Evan Koivunen

Wasilla's Evan Koivunen skates the puck up the ice during a win over Palmer. The Warriors beat both the Moose and Houston 4-2 last week. 

The Wasilla Warriors put together consecutive hockey wins last week.

Four different players scored to help the Warriors earn a 4-2 victory over Houston Jan. 29 at the Brett Memorial Ice Arena. Brett Woolcott, Evan Koivunen, Raeley Carney and Roman Holler each scored for the Warriors. Wasilla jumped to a 3-0 lead in the second period.

Afanasy Efimov and Anfim Koheu scored for Houston in the third period. Eric Preboski led the Hawks with a pair of assists.

Wasilla outshot Houston 32-20. Philip Brevogel made 18 saves in the win. Ari Burnside stopped 28 shots in the loss.

Earlier in the week, Wasilla used a pair of power play goals to score a 4-2 win over rival Palmer Jan. 27 at the Brett. Holden Wiltfong tallied the game-winning goal with the man advantage with just more than 12 minutes left in the third period. Roman Holler scored on the power play midway through the second for Wasilla. Sayer Sanders and Austin Peterson also scored for Wasilla. Sanders gave the Warriors the 1-0 lead early in the second. Peterson’s goal, an empty-netter, came with 28 seconds left in the game.

Carter Greco and Jeremy Horacek scored for the Moose. Greco added an assist in the loss.

Wasilla outshot Palmer 28-11 in the win, including 17-4 in the third period. The teams combined for eight shots in the first. Wasilla’s Jakob Barcelona made nine saves in the win. Palmer’s Joseph Horacek stopped 24 pucks in the loss.

Knights blank MooseColony skated to a 6-0 win over the Palmer Moose Jan. 29 at the MTA Events Center in Palmer.

Peyton VanBuskirk enjoyed a four-point night for the Knights, finishing with two goals and two assists. Carsen Lantto, Jacob Ross, Tyler Keefe and Kaden Ketchum also scored for Colony. Lantto added a pair of assists.

Colony outshot Palmer 36-9. Malachi Mukaabya earned the nine-save shutout for the Knights. Joshua Horacek and Jackson Heard split time in the Palmer net. Horacek had 14 saves in the first. Heard finished with a combined 16 saves during the final two periods.

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