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USHL hockey: Force knock down Black Hawks, 4-2

USHL hockey: Force knock down Black Hawks, 4-2


FARGO – The Fargo Force scored twice in rapid fire late in the first period to seize control as the Force downed the Waterloo Black Hawks, 4-2, in a United States Hockey League game Thursday at Scheels Arena.

Tristan Broz and Jeremy Davidson both scored with under five minutes to go in the opening period to put Fargo in firm control of the game.

Waterloo cut the deficit in half on a Ryan O’Hara goal four minutes and 56 seconds into the second period. David Gucciardi assisted.

But Fargo (12-3-2) got goals from Erik Bargholtz and Cody Monds to extend its lead to 4-1 in the third.

Owen Ozar tallied his seventh goal of the season on an assist from John Waldron with 4:13 left in the game but that was all the Black Hawks would get.

Andrew Miller made 24 saves to earn the win for Fargo, while Waterloo’s Charlie Glockner made 26 saves.

Waterloo (5-8-0) plays at Sioux Falls tonight at 7:05 p.m.

Fargo 4, Waterloo 2


Waterloo 0 1 1 — 2

Fargo 2 0 2 — 4

FIRST PERIOD – 1. Fargo, Tristan Broz (Ryan Richardson), 15:36, 2. Fargo, Jeremy Davidson (Aaron Huglen), 17:38. Penalties – None.

SECOND PERIOD – 3. Waterloo, Ryan O’Hara (David Gucciardi), 4:56. Penalties — Penalties – Erik Bargholtz (checking from behind, game misconduct), 9:31, Wyatt Schingoethe, Wat (tripping), 17:53.

THIRD PERIOD – 4. Fargo, Bargholtz (Trevor Griebel), 8:02, 5. Fargo, Cody Monds (Huglen, Matthew Crasa), 14:07, pp, 6. Waterloo, Owen Ozar (John Waldron), 15:47, pp. Penalties – Mason Reiners, Wat (tripping), 4:18, Crasa, Far (tripping), 8:11, Zane Demsey, Wat (tripping), 12:25, Austin Wong, Far (tripping), 14:46, Schingoethe, Wat (holding), 15:59, Monds, Far (high sticking), 16:45.


Waterloo 9 13 4 — 26

Fargo 9 11 10 – 30

Goalies – Waterloo, Charlie Glockner (26 saves). Fargo, Andrew Miller (24 saves). Referee – Jake Jackson. Linesmen – Kendall Hanley and Jacob Kamrass.


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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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