Jimmie/Jays Roundup: Jimmie hockey sweeps weekend

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The Jimmie men's hockey team, currently ranked 13th in ACHA Division I, swept a pair of contests at John L. Wilson Arena over the weekend.

Jamestown outshot University of Utah 42-12 on Friday, notching a 3-1 win over the Skatin' Utes. Sophomore forward Cameron Todd scored a goal and two assists for the Jimmies, while Utah goalie Patrick Kasper came away with 40 saves.

Jamestown outscored Dakota College at Bottineau 8-7 on Saturday. The Jimmies peppered the Lumberjacks with 47 shots.

Freshman defenseman Trevor Pereverzoff buried two pucks into the net, including the game-winner in the third period, to lead seven different goal scorers for Jamestown. The Jimmies' Destin Robinson accounted for a goal and three assists, Bryson Yee added three assists and Trevor Okino scored once and helped on two.

The Jimmies head to Arizona this week for three games, starting with a meeting at University of Nevada-Las Vegas on Thursday.

Jamestown 3, University of Utah 1

UU 0 0 0 -- 1

UJ 2 1 0 -- 3

Scoring

First period: 1. UJ, Cameron Todd (Jason Richter, Kyle Baron), 1:41; 2. UJ, Brett Harris (Garret Browning, Todd), 17:09.

Second period: 3. UJ, Eric Buckley (Jason Richter, Todd), 12:11.

Third period: 4. UU, Alex King (Connor Meany, Cody West), 5:15.

Penalties: UU, 6 minors for 12 minutes. UJ, 3 minors for 6 minutes, 1 major for 5 minutes.

Goalie saves: UU, Patrick Kasper 40; UJ, Tyson Brouwer 12.

Jamestown 8, Dakota College-Bottineau 7

DC 3 2 2 -- 7

UJ 4 1 3 -- 8

Scoring

First period: 1. DC, Harrison Aide (Wynter Cyr), 1:21; 2. DC, Tyrell Pompu (Aide, Josh Colleaux), 5:08; 3. UJ, Tyler Chavez-Leech (Trevor Okino, Cameron Too), 6:50; 4. DC, Aide (unassisted), 7:05; 5. UJ, Cole Sonstebo (Cole McKechney, Eric Buckley), 16:38. 6. UJ, Michael Pruss (Allan Pruss, Okino), 18:04; 7. UJ, Destin Robinson (Bryson Yee), 19:15.

Second period: 8. DC, Pompu (Jonathon Sundell, Colleaux), 3:00; 9. DC, Cody Longie (Sundell, Zachary Garrett), 13:15. 10, UJ, Trevor Pereverzoff (Yee, Robinson), 16:35.

Third period: 11. UJ, Jeremy McNeil (Yee, Robinson), 3:16. 12. DC, Garrett (unassisted), 10:34; 13. UJ, Okino (Phoenix McElrory-Scott, Brett Harris), 10:56; 14. UJ, Pereverzoff (Robinson, McNeil), 11:35; 15. DC, Kyler Moore (Colleaux, Longie), 15:52.

Penalties: DC, 1 for 2 minutes. UJ, 3 for 6 minutes.

Goalie saves: DC, Jay Pringle 15; Connor Slipp 25. UJ, Tyson Brouwer 15.

Blue Jays seventh at WDA

Blue Jay seventh-grader Chea Baugh earned all-West Region honors Saturday at the West Region swimming and diving meet at the Bismarck Aquatic and Wellness Center.

Jamestown High School placed seventh as a team. Baugh finished eighth in the 200 IM and 11th in the 500 freestyle.

Senior Alexis Triebenbach led a 7-9-10-12 finish for the Blue Jays on the diving board with a score of 313.60. Senior Noelle Thompson placed 10th in the 100 backstroke (1:07.0).

The state swimming and diving meet begins Friday in Bismarck

West Region swimming and diving meet

Team scores

1. Century 565.5. 2. Minot 373. 3. Williston 252.5. 4. Dickinson 225.5. 5. Mandan 115. 6. Legacy 188.5. 7. Jamestown 148. 8. Bismarck 125.

Individual winners/Blue Jay results

200 medley relay: 1. Century (Brianna Rittenbach, Vanessa Herrmann, Carly Palmer, Lexi Duchsherer), 1:47.50 (New West Region record). 7. Jamestown, 2:03.63.

200 freestyle: 1. Herrmann, Cen, 1:55.56.

200 IM: 1. Rylie Webb, Min, 2:15.65. 8. Chea Baugh, J, 2:26.52.

500 freestyle: 1. Lexi Duchsherer, Cen, 23.69. 16. Kenzie Carlson, J, 27.21.

Diving: 1. Olivia Lacher, Man, 431.05. 7. Alexis Triebenbach, J, 313.60. 9. Emma Hillerud, J, 299.40. 10. Annabelle Cramer, J, 291.55. 12. Brenna Hatch, J, 287.35.

100 butterfly: 1. Palmer, Cen, 1:00.86. 16. Anna Magyar, J, 1:09.45.

100 freestyle: 1. Duchscherer, Cen, 51.81 (New West Region record). 14. Carlson, J, 59.06. 15.

500 freestyle: 1. Herrmann, Cen, 5:00.72. 11. Baugh, J, 5:47.59.

200 freestyle relay: 1. Cen (Dorrheim, Frank, Zottnick, Keller), 1:43.86. 6. J, 1:49.23.

100 backstroke: 1. Rittenbach, Cen, 56.84 (New West Region record). 10. Noelle Thompson, J, 1:07.0.

100 breaststroke: 1. Palmer, Cen, 1:06.01. 11. Tyler Alonge, J, 1:18.42. 14. Calli Lynch, J, 1:21.12. 15. Catherine Deaver, J, 1:21.82. 16. Sophie Gaertner, J, 1:22.29.

400 freestyle relay: 1. Cen (Duchsherer, Herrmann, Palmer, Rittenbach), 3:36.01. 7. J, 4:15.07.

All-West Region Team

Vanessa Herrmann, Cen; Lexi Duchsherer, Cen, Carly Palmer, Cen; Brianna Rittenbach, Cen, Rylie Webb, Min; Mayson Sheldon, Man; Demi Peterson, Will; Hannah Zaderaka, Min; Kaitlynne Haag, Man; Jenny Logan, Will; Olyvia Bender, Cen; Sara Dorrheim, Cen; Jordn Wolsky, Min; Brianna Ashworth, Dick; Izzy Koebele, Cen; Emily Brugman, Min; Tess Sether, Cen; Korie Riely, Dick; Olivia Schuchard, Leg; Grace Zottnick, Cen; Ellie Eggl, Bis; Chea Baugh, J; Olivia Lacher, Man; Adisynn Widdel, Min; Olivia Schoffstall, Min; Madison Fagerland, Will.

Senior Athlete of the Year: Vanessa Herrmann, Century.

Coach of the Year: Kathy Aspaas, Century.

Men's wrestling

The Jimmie men's wrestling team narrowly fell to 14th-ranked Midland (Neb.) 21-17 Friday at the Larson Center.

Pins at 197-pounds and 285 gave the visitors the edge. The Jimmies notched four decisions and received a pin from Devon Lyle at 141.

The Jimmies went on to defeat Warner Pacific (Ore.) 24-19. Lyle and Jackson Schauer (157) both notched pins for Jamestown.

Schauer captured the title at 157 pounds Saturday during the Jimmie Open at the Larson Center. The sophomore went 4-0 on the day.

The Jimmies' Jesse Baraja (125) and Ryan Sanchez (184) placed fourth. The Jimmies will be at the DWU Open in Mitchell, S.D., on Saturday.

Midland 21, Jamestown 17

125: Jesus Barajas, J dec. Rafael Vargas, 12-5.

133: Michael Robles, M dec. Stuart Brandt, 6-5.

141: Devon Lyle, J pinned Tristian Snover, 1:48.

149: Brandon Aragon, J dec. Dominique Evans, 12-9.

157: Jackson Schauer, J dec. Paul Longshore, 5-4.

165: Stephon Gray, M dec. Kade Thompson, 9-4.

174: Cooper Self, M, dec. Tanner Smith, 6-4.

184: Ryan Sanchez, J dec. Jonah Hoshino, 2-0.

197: Adam Ball, M pinned William Parks, 2:21.

285: Aaron Rafalko, M pinned Tyshuan Brown, 2:00.

Jamestown 24, Warner Pacific 19

125: Jesus Barajas, J won by forfeit.

133: Lucas Higginbotham, WP tech. fall over Stuart Brandt, 24-7.

141: Devon Lyle, J pinned Pavin Blas, 3:03.

149: Bayle Cooper, WP dec. Brandon Aragon, 9-7.

157: Jackson Schauer, J pinned Zachary Carreiro, 1:04.

165: Timothy Riviera, WP maj. dec. over Kade Thompson, 12-1.

174: Jesse Johnson, WP, maj. dec. over Tanner Smith, 12-1.

184: Ryan Sanchez, J dec. Jonathan Moskowitz, 8-4.

197: William Parks, J, dec. Cesar Rodriguez-Luna, 5-4.

285: Alvaro Venegas, WP dec. Tyshaun Brown, 14-7.

Women's wrestling

The Jimmie women's wrestling team went 3-1 to finish second in the Can-Am duals Saturday at the Larson Center.

University of Jamestown defeated University of Saskatchewan 24-15, Waldorf (Iowa) 29-17 and Midland (Neb.) 29-13. Ottawa (Kan.) defeated the Jimmies 27-10.

Jamestown's Lilly Cortes (116), Chelsea Dionisio (123), Cara Romeike (136), Analy Gonzalez (143) and Jasmine Mende (155) all went 3-1.

Jamestown will compete at the Waldorf Open in Forest City, Iowa, on Saturday.

Can-Am Dual

Team Places

1. Ottawa; 2. Jamestown; 3. Midland; 4. Waldorf; 5. Saskatchewan.