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USHL hockey: Black Hawks take down Youngstown, 5-1
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USHL hockey: Black Hawks take down Youngstown, 5-1

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Twelve different players registered at least one point as the Waterloo Black Hawks completed a two-game road sweep Saturday with a 5-1 victory over the Youngstown Phantoms in United States Hockey League action.

A week after allowing Youngstown to get the jump on them in a 5-2 loss at home, Waterloo was all over the Phantoms early scoring three first-period goals.

Mason Reiners got the Black Hawks on the board first just 3 minutes and 30 seconds in as Matt Argentina and Patrick Guzzo assisted. Kyle Haskins made it 2-0, and Wyatt Schingoethe, 3-0, with a power-play goal.

It was 3-1 in the third when rookie Teddy Lagerback scored in just his second USHL game. Xander Lamppa made it 5-1 with a power play tally with 4:48 left in the contest.

Waterloo limited Youngstown to just 18 shots as Gabriel Carriere earned his second win of the weekend by making 17 saves. The Black Hawks outshot the Phantoms, 34-18.

The Black Hawks return to action next Friday and Saturday at Sioux City.

Waterloo 5, Youngstown 1

SCORE BY PERIODS

Waterloo 3 0 2 — 5

Youngstown 1 0 0 — 1

FIRST PERIOD – 1. Waterloo, Mason Reiners (Matthew Argentina, Patrick Guzzo), 3:30, 2. Waterloo, Kyle Haskins (Dane Montgomery), 8:45, 3. Waterloo, Wyatt Schingoethe (Aaron Bohlinger, Keighan Gerrie), 12:43, pp. 4. Youngstown, Reilly Funk (Yusaku Ando), 17:21. Penalties – Gerrie, Wat (fighting), 11:11, Matthew Cassidy, Young (roughing, fighting), 11:11, Luke Bast, Wat (high sticking, double minor), 13:17.

SECOND PERIOD – No scoring. Penalties – Teddy Lagerback, Wat (head contact), :26, Dominic Basse, Young (high sticking), 7:07, Xander Lamppa, Wat (10-minute misconduct), 16:31, Josh DeLuca (10-minute misconduct), 16:31.

THIRD PERIOD – 5. Waterloo, Lagerback (Brehdan Engum), 2:17. 6. Waterloo, Lamppa (Caponi, Griffin Ness), 15:12, pp. Penalties – Schingoethe, Wat (roughing), 5:50, Garrett Dahm, Young (slashing), 8:45, Jan Kern, Young (tripping), 13:59, Reiners, Wat (holding), 16:23.

SHOTS ON GOAL

Waterloo 11 10 13 — 34

Youngstown 7 4 7 — 18

Goalies – Waerloo, Gabriel Carriere (17 Saves). Youngstown, Dominic Basse (29 Saves). Referees – Andrew Rasky and Zane Stout. Linesman – Christopher Murray and Logan Wetekamp.

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I’m a Waterloo native who has covered Cedar Valley sports for more than 30 years for the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. I’m also a big Cincinnati Reds fan … Go Big Red Machine!

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