FAIRBANKS — The Hutchison Hawks and Delta Junction Huskies recorded Greatland Conference high school hockey victories Friday night.
Hutchison downed the Houston Hawks 4-0 in Fairbanks, while Delta skated to a 4-3 victory against the Glennallen Panthers in Delta Junction.
Details of Hutchison’s win over Houston were not available Friday evening.
Delta Junction’s Tylor Williams scored with 4:35 remaining in the game to snap a 3-3 tie and give the Huskies a one-goal victory. Jared Smith set up the game-winning goal. It was Williams’ second goal of the game.
Craig Henneger had a goal and an assist for the Huskies, while Brandon Schmidt accounted for the other Delta score.
Ben Mack, Colton Schultz and Cameron Smith also had assists for Delta Junction.
Arlen Mossgrove, Jordan Sondergaard and Nick Bayless accounted for Glennallen’s goals.
West Valley and Service battled through a scoreless third period and overtime Friday night at Ben Boeke Arena in Anchorage and wound up in a 1-1 tie.
West Valley got on the scoreboard first when Ty Munson lit the lamp in the first period. Service’s Leo Karcz tied the score late in the second period, snapping West Valley goaltender Matt Taylor’s shutout streak.
Taylor, who made 26 saves on the night, had four straight shutouts to his credit and hadn’t allowed a goal in at least 13 periods.
Service goalie Dustin Fritz made 22 saves.
After suffering its first loss in 39 games Wednesday, the Dimond hockey team began a new win streak Friday with a 12-0 nonconference win over Lathrop at the McDonald Center in Eagle River.
Dimond outshot Lathrop 39-13, getting two goals apiece from Kenny Hausinger, Lane Bauer and Jordan Hall.
The Lynx led 6-0 after scoring three goals in each of the first two periods, and then doubled their total with six goals in the third.
The Malemutes won and tied in their conference games at Juneau earlier in the week.
The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears erupted for four goals in the second period to claim a 4-1 nonconference win against the Monroe Catholic Rams on Friday night in Juneau.
Dylan Steele scored the lone goal for Monroe in the first period off assists from Kyle Coiley and Joseph Rauenhorst.
After playing a competitive first period, Monroe Catholic came out flat in the second and Juneau took advantage by scoring four times.
Marc Helfetz led the Juneau onslaught with a pair of goals.
Monroe Catholic outshot Juneau-Douglas 29-24.
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