The Jamestown Lakers recorded two wins in the Western New York League last weekend at the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena.
Joey Gerace's hat trick carried the Jamestown Lakers to a 7-2 verdict over the Buffalo Southtown Stars on Saturday and then on Sunday it was the Lakers edging the Niagara Purple Eagles, 5-4, on Cole Munson's goal.
Jake Anderson of the Lakers chases down the puck during Bantam Division action against Southtown on Saturday at the Jamestown Saving Bank Arena. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Mark L. Anderson
Geraci scored in the first period unassisted, tallied in the second from Munson and Nick Brooker and in the third from Brooker against the Buffalo Southtown Stars.
Munson tallied form Tristan Myers and Thomas Muecle in the first period, Mike Mammoser from Brooker in the second period, Jake Tota unassisted in the third period and Mammoser again in the third period from Griffin Noon and Myers for the winners.
Chad Niver was the winning goalie.
Entering the last period on Sunday, the score was deadlocked at 4-4 with the Purple Eagles when Munson got the winning goal from Gerace and Muecke.
Jamestown got goals from Muecke from Gerace and Mammoser from Jacob Zwieg in the first period.
Two more goals came in the second period from Tota, assisted by Zach Levenstein and Cameron Minarovich, and Mammoser with an assist from Tota.
Ryan Pascarella was in net for the Lakers.