Weekend Recap: Wichita Jr. Thunder

via WSHL Staff

Dallas Snipers 12, Wichita Jr. Thunder 2: https://stats.wshl.timetoscore.com/generate-scorecard.php?game_id=8339

Dallas Snipers 4, Wichita Jr. Thunder 1: https://stats.wshl.timetoscore.com/generate-scorecard.php?game_id=8348

Dallas Snipers 9, Wichita Jr. Thunder 2: https://stats.wshl.timetoscore.com/generate-scorecard.php?game_id=8355

Now at four wins in a row including the sweep of Wichita, Dallas has overtaken the third spot in the Midwest-Mountain Division and is back to the heights of earlier in the year. Dallas invaded the Wichita Ice Center and bounced the Jr. Thunder at home following three heavy-handed wins.

Artur Aloyan shined for the Texas side as he scored a goal in each game, including two goals on Friday. In total he raked in four goals and four assists over the weekend.

The Jr. Thunder found its only lead to open Game 2 as Braeden Thomas scored making it 1-0 early at 18:57. Dallas eventually ironed out all the kinks and proceeded to get four past Joseph Schaul.