Middleton, Madison West boys hockey teams shake hands after Middleton's overtime victory

Players from the Middleton (red) and Madison West boys hockey teams shake hands after Middleton's 3-2 overtime victory at Madison Ice Arena on Saturday.

Junior Parker Lindauer scored the game-tying goal with a little more than nine minutes to play Saturday night, giving the Madison Memorial boys hockey team a 3-3 overtime tie with Big Eight Conference champion Verona at Madison Ice Arena on Saturday night.

Derek Buckalew and Jack Faulkner each added a goal for Madison Memorial (11-8-3 overall, 6-6-1 Big Eight), and Wes Turner made 38 saves in goal.

Leo Renlund scored a goal early in the first for Verona (17-3-3, 12-1-1), and Brockton Baker and Jake Osiecki each added goals for the Wildcats. Garhett Kaegi made 23 saves for Verona.


Madison Memorial*1*1*1*0*—*3

First period — V, Renlund (Binger, Osiecki) (pp), 4:37; MM, Faulkner (Helle, Lindauer) (pp), 9:38.

Second period — V, Keryluk (Baker) (pp), 9:02; MM, Buckalew (Helle, Lindauer), 12:48.

Third period — V, Baker (Curtis), 5:12; MM, Lindauer (Welsh), 7:42.

Saves — V (Kaegi) 23; MM (Turner) 38.

Middleton 3, Madison West 2 (OT)

Jake Feldt scored his second goal of the night on a power play 5 minutes, 42 seconds into overtime to give the Cardinals (10-11-1, 6-7-0 Big Eight) a victory over the Regents (15-6-2, 10-4-0).

Feldt also scored a go-ahead goal 3 minutes, 6 seconds into the third period, but West’s Colin Pulkrabek sent the game into overtime with a score at 14:24.

Drake Baldwin scored a first-period goal for West, after Middleton’s Anton Tung opened the scoring. Middleton’s Cole Garver made 30 saves in goal, and West’s Adam Buencamino made 22 saves.


Madison West*1*0*1*0*—*2

First period — MID, Tung (Schuster, Bergenthal), 4:33; MW, Baldwin (sh), 16:41.

Third period — MID, Feldt (Carey), 3:06; MW, Pulkrabek (Baldwin, Loving), 14:24.

Overtime — Feldt (Bergenthal, Carey) (pp), 5:42.

Saves — MID (Garver) 30; MW (Buencamino (22).

Sun Prairie 4, Janesville co-op 3

Junior forward Travis Kernen scored the go-ahead goal on a power play at 11:11 of the third period as the Cardinals (18-4-1, 11-3) withstood a two-goal rally to take down the Bluebirds (5-15, 4-7). Junior Ben Coulter netted two goals for Janesville. Sophomore forward Kaden Brunson scored a goal and had an assist for Sun Prairie.

Janesville 0 2 1 — 3

Sun Prairie 2 1 1 — 4

First period: SP — Rowles, 2:25; Veldkamp (Rowles), 10:28.

Second period: J — Coulter (Peterson), 6:57; SP — Brunson (Kernen, Halbleib), 9:54; J — Coulter, 15:02.

Third period: J — Elliott (Funk), 4:26; SP — Kernen (Brunson), 11:11 (pp.).

Saves: SP (Leatherberry) 15, J (Aldrich) 35.

Madison La Follette/East 4, Monroe co-op 3 (OT)

Freshman Ben Blazel scored his only goal 6 minutes, 15 seconds into overtime, on an assist from Cambden Craighill, to give the Lakers an overtime victory against the Cheesemakers at Hartmeyer Ice Arena.

The Lakers (2-17-1) would not have made it to overtime without two third-period goals from junior Charlie Collinge — giving him a hat trick — as La Follette/East rallied from a 3-1 deficit.

Cade Janecke, Cooper Dreyfus and Ryan Molitor scored for Monroe (3-16-2).

Monroe co-op*1*2*0*0*—*3

Madison La Follette/East*0*1*2*1*—*4

First period — MON, Janecke (Stauffacher, Roth), 9:54.

Second period — MON, Dreyfus, 0:41; MLE, Collinge, 5:16; Mon, Molitor (Janecke), 8:40.

Third period — MLE, Collinge (Hull), 4:04; Collinge (Roloff, Pritchard), 11:15.

Overtime — MLE, Blazel (Craighill), 6:15.

Saves — MON (Johnson) 29; MLE (Agard) 37.

Beloit Memorial 4, Greendale co-op 3 (OT)

Kyle Hanaman scored the game-winning goal at 5:42 of the overtime period as the Purple Knights (8-14) overcame an early two-goal deficit to defeat the Ice Force (6-16). Jason Cooke recorded 50 saves and Luke Davitz netted two goals for Greendale. Casper Clark scored two goals for Beloit Memorial.

Beloit Memorial*0*2*1*1**4


First period: G — Davitz, 11:16.

Second period: G — Davitz (Martinetti, Gottfreid), 0:16; BM — Clark (Harrington, Santucci), 0:30; BM — Hirst (Harrington, Whalen), 16:15.

Third period: G — Delikat (Dykstra), 1:00; BM — Clark (Cooper), 12:16.

Overtime: BM — Hanaman (Lynn), 5:42.

Saves: BM (Santucci) 21, G (Cooke) 50.

Sauk Prairie 10, Viroqua co-op 0

The Eagles (12-4-1) powered their way to an easy road victory over the Blackhawks (3-13-2)

Girls hockey

Sun Prairie co-op 5, Middleton co-op 2

Amanda Bauer netted a hat trick and had an assist as the visiting Cap City Cougars (15-6-1, 7-2-0 Badger Conference)) defeated the Metro Lynx (7-14-0, 5-5-0). Ally Conybear and Vivian Hacker scored goals for Middleton. Carson Sheridan and Zephryn Jager contributed goals for tenth-ranked Sun Prairie.

Sun Prairie 1 3 1 — 5

Middleton 0 1 1 — 2

First period: SP — Sheridan (Milligan, Bauer), 7:45.

Second period: SP — Bauer (Milligan, Jager), 2:52; Jager (Thousand, Bauer), 6:03; M — Conybear (Meskin), 12:56; SP — Bauer (Cruz, Jager), 15:25 (pp.).

Third period: M — Hacker (Jambor), 3:58; SP — Bauer (Milligan), 11:20.

Saves: SP (Thornton) 16, M (McKersie) 28.

Appleton Xavier co-op 7, Fond du Lac/Beaver Dam 5

The Fox Cities Stars (13-8-2) knocked off the Warbirds (16-6-0) in the championship game of the Eastern Shores Conference tournament, getting a hat trick from Lauryn Hull and two goals from Victoria Nelson.

The Warbirds, who let an early 2-0 lead slip away, got two goals from Hattie Verstegen and one each from Mary Skorupa, Dayna Jones and Alyssa Heim.

Fond du Lac/Beaver Dam*2*1*2*—*5

Appleton Xavier co-op*1*3*3*—*7

First period — FB, Skorupa (Brown), 6:16; Verstegen (Brown), 15:27; AX, Hull (Jablonski, Treml), 15:54.

Second period — AX, Nelson, 3:46; FB, Verstegen (Zipp, Heim), 5:13; AX, Schauf, Hull, Jablonski), 11:52; Treml (C. Hewitt, S. Hewitt), 13:21.

Third period — AX, Nelson (Hewitt, Meyer) (pp), 2:07; FB, Jones (Verstegen) (pp), 9:47; AX, Hull (Nelson, Dickman), 15:52; FB, Heim (16:13; AX, Hull (en), 16:40.

Saves — FB (Okon) 17; AX (Berndt) 22.


Wisconsin State Journal prep sports editor Art Kabelowsky has traversed the state to cover sports while working for daily papers in Fort Atkinson, Racine, La Crosse, Milwaukee and Baraboo.