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Team Leaders(As of Jan. 17)

Goals: Jace Scherr, 8

Assists: Ian Amsbaugh, 12

Points: Amsbaugh,17

Saves: Tyler Olson, 202

SV%: A. Lorenz, 90.1

GAA: Adam Lorenz, 2.14

Shutouts: A. Lorenz, 2; T. Olson, 1







Bottineau-Rugby 3, Mandan 3 (B-R wins shootout, 2-1)

Jan. 6, 2018, 6:30 p.m. CT

Starion Sports Complex, Mandan, N.D.


Team1 2
3 OT
SO  Total
Bottineau-Rugby
1 0
1 0
2      3
Mandan
0 2
1 0
1      3


First Period:
1. B-R, Wyatt Haakenson (unassisted), 6:27
Second Period: 2. M, Parker Zander (Quinn Halstengard), 11:19; 3. M, Jackson Zittleman (Justus Sayler, Carter Berger), 11:42
Third Period: 4. B-R, Gabe Clements (unassisted), 12:58; 5. M, Halstengard (Nate Lillis, Keatyn Skytland), 14:54; 6. B-R, Landon Rosendahl (Riley Rybchinski), 15:33
Overtime: No scoring
Shootout: B-R: 2 goals; Mandan: 1 goal
Goalie saves: B-R: Adam Lorenz 8-16-9—33; M: Maysion Mattern 8-8-6-23
Notes: Bottineau-Rugby won in a shootout, 2-1…Mandan missed a penalty shot attempt in the second period.
Records: Bottineau-Rugby, 4-4-1 Overall; 1-3-1 WDA; Mandan, 4-5-1 Overall; 1-3-1 WDA


Jamestown 7, Bottineau-Rugby 2

Dec. 1, 2017, 7:30 p.m. CT

Al Wentz Arena, Rugby, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Jamestown
3
1
3   7
Bottineau-Rugby
0
1
1   2


First Period:
1. J, Cole Bennion (unassisted), 1:42; 2. J, Devin Hofmann (Alex Senf) 6:08; 3. J, Senf (unassisted), 16:59
Second Period: 4. J, Connor Fuchs (Leo Halko), 7:46; 5. B-R, Riley Rybchinski (Lance Rosendahl, Ian Amsbaugh), 8:35
Third Period: 6. J, Hofmann (unassisted), 2:12; 7. J, Hofmann (Senf), 6:07 8. J, Tommy Gunderson(Hofmann), 9:44; 9. B-R, Riley Olson (Amsbaugh), 12:33
Goalie saves: J: Matthew Schneider 4-6-9—19; B-R: Tyler Olson 13-10-15—38
Notes: Jamestown won its third straight road game to begin the season…Devin Hofmann had a hat trick and assisted on another.
Records: Jamestown, 3-0-0 Overall; 1-0-0 WDA; Bottineau-Rugby 0-2-0 Overall; 0-1-0 WDA

2017-18 Varsity Schedule/Results

Next Game: Away

Friday, Jan. 26, 7:15 p.m CT

Bismarck High

6 pt game




Dickinson 10, Bottineau-Rugby 4

Dec. 2, 2017, 4:30 p.m. CT

Bottineau Community Arena, Bottineau, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Dickinson
2
4
4   10
Bottineau-Rugby
0
3
1   4


First Period:
1. D, Ryan Bren (Joseph Pavek), 2:48; 2. D, Bren (J. Pavek), 10:39
Second Period: 3. B-R, Alex Hoffert (Ian Amsbaugh), :43; 4. D, Bren (J. Pavek), 3:09; 5. D, Cody Shepard (Peter Pavek), 6:30; 6. B-R, Landon Rosendahl (Amsbaugh), 8:16; 7. B-R, Rosendahl (Amsbaugh, Riley Olson) 8:30; 8. D, J. Pavek (Bren), 16:14; 9. D, Bren (J. Pavek), 16:42
Third Period: 10. B-R, Wyatt Haakenson (Jace Scherr), :29; 11. D, Shepard (unassisted), 4:51; 12. D, Shepard (unassisted) 5:50; 13. D, Jaren Hugelen (J. Pavek), 12:13; 14. D, Shepard (Hugelen), 13:53
Goalie saves: D: Riley Wittenberg 7-4-8—19; B-R: Tyler Olson 13-6-14—33
Notes: Dickinson’s Ryan Bren (4) and Cody Shepard (4) accounted for eight of the Midgets’ 10 goals…Dickinson netted 10 or more goals for the second time in three games...The four goals scored was a season-high for the Braves
Records: Dickinson, 3-0-0 Overall; 3-0-0 WDA; Bottineau-Rugby, 0-3-0 Overall; 0-2-0 WDA


Jamestown 8, Bottineau-Rugby 3,

Jan. 5, 2018, 7:30 p.m. CT

John Wilson Arena, Jamestown, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Bottineau-Rugby
0
1
2   3
Jamestown
4
3
1   8


First Period:
1. J, Devin Hofmann (Matthew Schneider), 3:22; 2. J, Alex Senf (Cole Bennon, Connor Fuchs), 5:35; 3. J, Hofmann (Fuchs, Leo Halko), 10:07; 4. J, Fuchs (Jace Thompson, Bryce Nelson), 15:03
Second Period: 5. J, Fuchs (unassisted0, 1:29; 6. J, Hofmann (Parker Stockert, Fuchs), 5:28; 7. B-R, Nic Costa (Alex Hoffert, Evan Nelson), 12:08; 8. J, Tommy Falk (Baylee Hatlewick), 14:53
Third Period: 9. B-R, Riley Olson (Ian Amsbaugh), 4:48; 10. J, Halko (Hofmann, Stockert), 6:27; 11. B-R, Jace Scherr (Gabe Clements, Wyatt Haakenson), 16:50
Goalie saves: B-R: Tyler Olson 12-15-7—34; J: Matthew Schneider 10-9-x—19; Riley Gerhardt x-x-14—14
Notes: Jamestown won both regular season meetings over Bottineau-Rugby…The Blue Jays scored the game’s first six goals…Jamestown’s Devin Hofmann netted a hat trick...Jamestown goalie Matthew Schneider had an assist.
Records: Bottineau-Rugby, 4-4-0 Overall; 2-3-0 WDA; Jamestown, 6-4-0 Overall; 3-3-0 WDA

​​​​​​​Head Coach: Dave Hoff

Assistant coach: Eric Herbel, Joe Handeland

2016-17 Season: 3-17-0 Overall; 3-9-0 WDA (7th)

2016-17 West Region Tournament: Did Not Place

WDA championships: 1 (1993)

State championships: None

Home Arena: Bottineau Community Arena




Dickinson 7, Bottineau-Rugby 1

Jan. 20, 2018, 4 p.m. CT

West River Ice Center, Dickinson, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Bottineau-Rugby
0
0
1   1
Dickinson
1
4
2   7


First Period:
1. D, Joseph Pavek (Brayden Urlacher), 2:25
Second Period: 2. D, Cody Shepard (Jared Hugelen), 4:27; 3. D, J. Pavek (unassisted), 9:22; 4. D, Brayden Groll (Shepard), 9:48; 5. D, Shepard (Ryan Bren, Groll), 11:43; 6. B-R, Nathaniel Haman (unassisted), 15:38
Third Period: 7. D, Peter Pavek (Chris Zubke, J. Pavek), 7:02; 8. D, Logan Karsky (Drew Halsey, Dylan Pokorny), 12:12
Goalie saves: B-R: Adam Lorenz, 9-12-10—31; D: Jarin Naab, 5-1-5—11
Notes: Dickinson won both regular season meetings…Dickinson won its third straight game…Dickinson’s Cody Shepard netted two goals…The loss snapped Bottineau-Rugby’s three-game winning streak.
Records: Bottineau-Rugby, 6-5-1 Overall; 2-4-1 WDA; Dickinson, 9-6-0 Overall; 6-4-0 WDA

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Bottineau-Rugby 9, Hazen-Beulah 0 (nc)

Dec. 15, 2017, 7:30 p.m. CT

Bottineau Community Arena, Bottineau, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Hazen-Beulah
0
0
0   0
Bottineau-Rugby
2
1
6   9


First Period
: 1. B-R, Ian Amsbaugh (Riley Olson), 7:02; 2. B-R, Adam Handeland (unassisted), 9:42
Second Period: 3. B-R, Olson (Landon Rosendahl, Amsbaugh), 12:43
Third Period: 4. B-R, Nic Costa (Evan Nelson, Riley Biberdorf), 5. B-R, Biberdorf (Gabe Clements), 2:10; 6. B-R, Clements (Jace Scherr), 5:47; 7. B-R, Amsbaugh (Olson), 7:42; 8. B-R, Scherr (unassisted), 15:20; 9. B-R, Nelson (Biberdorf, Costa), 15:52
Goalie saves: H-B: Evan Eliason, 16-21-16—53; B-R: Adam Lorenz, 4-3-2—9
Notes: Bottineau-Rugby picked up its first win of the season…Hazen-Beulah was playing its first road game…Eight different B-R players scored.
Records: Hazen-Beulah, 1-6-0 Overall; Bottineau-Rugby, 1-4-0 Overall; 0-2-0 WDA


Devils Lake 2, Bottineau-Rugby 1 (nc)

Nov. 21, 2017, 7:30 p.m. CT

Bottineau Community Arena, Bottineau, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Devils Lake
0
1
1   2
Bottineau-Rugby
0
1
0   1


First Period:
No scoring
Second Period: 1. DL, Carson Lovin (Craig Peterson), 6:25; 2. B-R, Jace Scherr (Ian Amsbaugh, Nate Haman), 1:14
Third Period: 3. DL, Tommy Reslock (Peterson, Lovin), 6:02
Goalie saves: DL: Reegan Reule, 6-8-6—22; B-R: Tyler Olson, 9-12-10—31
Notes: Devils Lake has won the last five meetings…Bottineau-Rugby’s goal was scored by Jace Scherr.
Records: Devils Lake, 1-0-0 Overall; 0-0-0 EDC; Bottineau-Rugby, 0-1-0 Overall; 0-0-0 WDA


Bottineau-Rugby 3, Williston 2

Jan. 9, 2018, 7:30 p.m. CT

Al Wentz Arena, Rugby, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Williston
2
0
0   2
Bottineau-Rugby
2
1
0   3


First Period
: 1. W, Braeden Zaste (Isaac Arnson), 4:30; 2 B-R, Jarek Dolbeare (Nic Costa, Nate Haman), 8:54; 3. B-R, Ian Amsbaugh (Landon Rosendahl, Riley Olson), 10:13 4. W, Chance Johnson (Zaste), 16:41
Second Period: 5. B-R, Jace Scherr (Alex Hoffert), 15:46
Goalie saves: W: Jay Lambert, 12-6-5—23; B-R: Tyler Olson 11-10-7—28
Notes: Bottineau-Rugby won both regular season meetings…The team was initially scheduled for Jan. 12, but moved up…B-R has won six of its last seven.
Records: Williston, ; Bottineau-Rugby, 5-4-1 Overall; 2-3-1 WDA; Williston, 4-8-2 Overall; 0-6-0 WDA


Minot 5, Bottineau-Rugby 4 (OT)

Jan. 22, 2018, 7:30 p.m. CT

Bottineau Community Arena, Bottineau, N.D.


Team1 2
3 OT
Total
Minot
1 1
2 1
5
Bottineau-Rugby
0 1
3 0
4


First Period: 1. M, Kyler Stenberg (Jake Viall, Logan Braaten), 3:53
Second Period: 2. M, Viall (unassisted) 2:02; 3. B-R, Jace Sherr (Wyatt Haakenson), 8:42
Third Period: 4. B-R, Gabe Clements (Haakenson), 6:51; 5. B-R, Riley Olson (Ian Amsbaugh), 11:39; 6. M, Brett Davis (Stenberg, Viall), 12:40; 7. M, Payton Philion (Pat Heide), 15:20; 8. B-R, Nic Costa (Scherr, Amsbaugh), 16:52
Overtime: 9. M, Davis (Viall, Heide), 6:49
Goalie saves: M: Kyle Schultz 15-14-15-2—46; Tyler Olson 2-13-9-8—32
Notes: Bottineau-Rugby tied the game with eight seconds left in regulation…The win was Minot’s third on the road in WDA play…Bottineau-Rugby is 3-2 in one-goal games.
Records: Minot, 7-9-1 Overall; 6-4-0 WDA; Bottineau-Rugby, 6-6-1 Overall; 2-5-1 WDA


Bottineau-Rugby 3, Williston 0

Dec. 16, 2017, 7:30 p.m. CT

Agri-Sports Complex, Williston, N.D.


Team1
2
 3  Total
Bottineau-Rugby
0
1
2   3
Williston
0
0
0   0


First Period:
No scoring
Second Period: 1. B-R, Wyatt Haakenson (Jace Scherr, Gabe Clements), 14:48
Third Period: 2. B-R, Scherr (Clements, Haakenson), 3:51; 3. B-R, Haakenson (Scherr), 8:46
Goalie saves: B-R: Tyler Olson 8-8-3—19; W: Jay Lambert 9-8-14—31
Notes: Bottineau-Rugby goalie Tyler Olson made 19 saves to pick up the shutout…B-R’s Jace Scherr and Wyatt Haakenson had a hand in all three goals…The game was Bottineau-Rugby’s first road contest…Williston has just one goal in its last three games.

Records: Bottineau-Rugby, 2-3-0 Overall; 1-2-0 WDA; Williston, 2-5-0 Overall; 0-4-0 WDA

2017-18 Season

Date/Time
Opponent
W/L/T
Score
Record

Nov. 21/7:30 p.m.CT
DEVILS LAKE (nc)
L
1-2
0-1-0

Dec. 1/7:30 p.m. CT
JAMESTOWN
L
2-7
0-2-0

Dec. 2/4:30 p.m. CT
DICKINSON
L
4-10
0-3-0

Dec. 15/7 p.m. CT
HAZEN-BEULAH (nc)
W
9-0
1-3-0

Dec. 16/7:30 p.m. CT
@Williston
W
3-0
2-3-0

Dec. 28/7 p.m. CT
^@Wadena-DC, MN (nc)
W
6-4
3-3-0

Dec. 29/4 p.m. CT
^Wahpeton-Breck. MN (nc)
W
8-7(OT)
4-3-0

Jan. 5/7:30 p.m. CT
@Jamestown
L
3-8
4-4-0

Jan. 6/6:30 p.m. CT
@Mandan
W
5-4(SO)
4-4-1

Jan. 9/7:30 p.m. CT
WILLISTON
W
3-2
5-4-1

Jan. 13/7:30 p.m. CT
BISMARCK HIGH JV (nc)
W
3-0
6-4-1

Jan. 20/4 p.m. CT
@Dickinson
L
1-7
6-5-1

Jan. 22/7:30 p.m. CT
MINOT
L
4-5(OT)
6-6-1

































































































^Wadena, MN Tournament

Previous Game:Home

Jan. 22

4-5 (OT) Loss vs. MINOT

2017-18 Season​​

Bottineau-Rugby Braves Boys' Hockey


Bottineau-Rugby 6, Wadena-Deer Creek, MN 4 (nc)

Dec. 28, 2017, 7 p.m. CT

Wadena Ice Arena, Wadena, MN


Team1
2
 3  Total
Bottineau-Rugby
3
2
1   6
Wadena-DC. MN
0
1
3   4


First Period:
1. B-R, Riley Olson (Ian Amsbaugh), 5:03; 2. B-R, Gabe Clements (Wyatt Haakenson); 3. W-B, Jase Jensen (Nolan Wamre, Isaac Wohlers), 15:06; 4. W-B, Jensen (unassisted), 16:53
Second Period: 5. W-B, Thomas Withuski (Avery Rugland, Carson Hought), 2:49; 6. W-B, Jensen (James Finkral), 6:17; 7. B-R, Adam Handeland (Amsbaugh), 8:07; 8. W-B, Jensen (Wamre), 8:58; 9. B-R, Amsbaugh (Olson, Landon Rosendahl), 13:05; 10. W-B, Wohlers (Withuski, Jensen) 13:48
Third Period: 11. B-R, Riley Rybchinksi (unassisted), 2:37; 12. B-R, Gabe Clements (Nic Costa), 9:08; 13. B-R, Costa (unassisted), 16:08; 14. W-B, Wohlers (Withuski, Jensen), 16:52
Overtime: 15. B-R Haakenson (Amsbaugh, Rosendahl), 5:43
Goalie saves: B-R: Adam Lorenz, 25; W-B: Hunter Wamre, 29
Notes: Bottineau-Rugby won the Wadena, MN Holiday Tournament...Bottineau-Rugby trailed 6-4 heading into the third period…Ian Amsbaugh had four points to pace the Braves…B-R has won four straight games.
Records: Bottineau-Rugby, 5-4-0 Overall; 1-2-0 WDA

2016-17 Results

Date

OpponentScoreRecord

11-22

12-2

12-3

12-29

12-30

1-6

1-7

1-13

1-14

1-17

1-20

1-21

1-23

1-24

1-30

2-3

2-4

2-10

2-16

2-17







@Devils Lake

JAMESTOWN

DICKINSON

Wahp-Breck.

@Wadena, MN

@Jamestown

@Mandan

WILLISTON

BISMARCK#

BOISSEVAIN

@Hazen-B#

@Dickinson

@Minot#

@Williston

@Massey, MB

MANDAN

W FARGO

CENTURY#

Minot$

Mandan&







0-7L

2-4L

2-3L

2-5L

1-6L

1-6L

1-7L

2-3L(OT)

0-4L

1-6L

8-0W

0-3L

1-7L

3-2W(OT)

2-4L

4-3W(OT)

3-4L(OT)

0-6L

3-8L

1-5L







0-1

0-2

0-3

​0-4

​0-5

​0-6

0-7

​0-8

0-9

0-10

​1-10

​1-11

1-12

​2-12

​2-13

​3-13

3-14

​3-15

​3-16

3-17







Home games in All CAPS

#6 point game

$ W Region Quarterfinal

& W. Region Loser-out


Bottineau-Rugby 6, Wadena-Deer Creek, MN 4 (nc)

Dec. 28, 2017, 7 p.m. CT

Wadena Ice Arena, Wadena, MN


Team1
2
 3  Total
Bottineau-Rugby
3
2
1   6
Wadena-DC. MN
0
1
3   4


First Period:
1. B-R, Riley Olson (Ian Amsbaugh, Landon Rosendahl), 9:20; 2. B-R, Gabe Clements (Wyatt Haakenson, Jace Scherr), 13:20; 3. B-R, Evan Nelson (Nic Costa), 15:49
Second Period: 4. B-R, Haakenson (Scherr), 7:45; 5. WDC, Andrew Sundby (Lleyton Pettit, Max Phillips), 14:25; 6. B-R, Scherr (Clements), 14:43
Third Period: 7. WDC, Wyatt Hamann (Phillips, Preston Warren), 6:45; 8. B-R, Scherr (Clements, Alex Hoffert), 12:04; 9. WDC, Phillips (Sundby), 12:37; 10. WDC, Phillips (Rylan Olson), 13:17
Goalie Saves: B-R: Tyler Olson, 19; WDC: Noah Stevens, 17

Notes: Bottineau-Rugby won its third straight game…B-R’s Jace Scherr had four points.
Records: Bottineau-Rugby, 3-3-0 Overall; 1-2-0 WDA

​​​Overall: 6-6-1 / Conference: 2-5-1    Home: 2-4-0 / Away: 2-2-1 / Neutral: 1-0-0