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December 30, 2012

Roundup: Trojans win hockey tourney

Plus, Kingsley, TC West have wrestling champs

TRAVERSE CITY — Saginaw Heritage entered Saturday's championship game at the Scott Miller Memorial Holiday Invitational Tournament with a perfect record.

They left with their first loss.

TC Central topped the Hawks 6-3 at Centre ICE for their first title at the holiday tournament in several years.

"They're a real nice team," Central coach Chris Givens said. "They're really fast. This was a good win for us.

The Trojans (9-1) led 3-2 going into the third period, but goals from Cooper Marshall, Mitchell Ward and Nico Saco put it away.

"This was good, because we had to play a little different style," Givens said. "They're really quick and work hard. So it was really physical. We had to establish the forecheck and I thought we did a good job of that. Defensively we were better than we had been this week, and (Bill) Vermetten had a good game in goal."

Vermetten turned back 18 saves to get the win over Heritage (8-1).

Buddy Rose, Jon Russel and Alex Oliver also had a goal for TC Central. Cooper Macdonell had two assists while Saco, Russell, Oliver, Cam Givens, Kyle Ludwig, Rhys Adle and Joe Videki each had one.

The Trojans host Grandville on Wednesday.

In the seventh-place game earlier in the day, the Bay Reps topped TC West 3-2.

"That was a good win for us," Reps coach Todd Spaulding said. "We've been struggling a bit, but we've been playing tough teams. We have a good effort today and I was pleased with the kids."

TC West beat the Reps 4-2 earlier in the season.

The Reps (3-7) took a 2-0 lead in the second period on an unassisted goal from Nick Sicinski and a Travis Kirk goal from Mark Mol and Trevor Apsey.

TC West came back to tie the game 2-2 later in the second period, but Josh Hill scored the game-winner for the Reps with just seven seconds left before the second intermission.

Jay Jones made 10 saves in the win.

Keeler Steele had a goal and an assist for the Titans while Ryan Basel had a goal and Nick Featherstone had two assists. Brandan Lacharite made 16 saves.

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