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Marquette Redmen open high school hockey season with back-to-back road shutouts

MARQUETTE — The Marquette Senior High School varsity hockey team began its season on what could only be called a perfect note, posting two shutouts in the greater Detroit area and outscoring its opposition 14-0.

The Redmen took out Rochester Adams 8-0 on Friday night before adding a 6-0 stoning of Rochester Hills Stoney Creek on Saturday.

MSHS remains on the road with a game at Houghton at 7 p.m. today, then plays its first home game of the season hosting Escanaba at Lakeview Arena at 7 p.m. next Tuesday.

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Marquette 8, Rochester Adams 0

Redmen goalie Brennan Hakkola got the season-opening shutout by making 19 saves as each team was shut out on the power play. But Marquette did score once shorthanded when senior Gaetanno Cammarata knocked in a goal late in the second period that made it 4-0 as he later had a third-period assist.

MSHS scored twice in each of the first two periods before adding four in the third.

Junior Dylan Baldwin scored back-to-back goals to open the third about 3 1/2 minutes apart, adding an assist on another goal that period, while Ansel Frost and Cooper Anderson each had a goal and an assist and Hogan Nemetz added two assists.

In addition, Joseph Luke, Evan Kroll and Ryan Baldwin scored goals, while Dylan King, Owen Riipi, Jakob Peterson, Jack Sides and Andrew Fedrizzi all had an assist.

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Marquette 6, Rochester Stoney Creek 0

This game featured a hat trick by Cammarata before the second period was over and a two-goal, two-assist effort from Anderson.

And Fedrizzi added a goal and an assist.

Cammarata also had a full variety of goals, scoring a power play tally for the only goal of the first period and shorthanded and even-strength goals that made it 4-0 with five minutes left in the second.

Anderson also had a shorthanded tally as he scored the only two goals of the third period, giving Marquette three shorties over the weekend.

Teammate Liam Beerman made 17 saves to notch this shutout.

Peterson had two assists, while Sides, Frost, Lucas Guertin, Ryan Baldwin and Dylan Baldwin had single helpers.

Information compiled by Journal Sports Editor Steve Brownlee. His email address is sbrownlee@miningjournal.net.