Daniel Urbanciz scored four goals and there were hat tricks from Benjamin Reesor, Alex Machukans and Devin Friedbauer that helped the Chaska Hawks battle back to beat the host St. Louis Park Orioles 13-9 Thursday night.
Robert Roethler began the scoring for the Orioles with a center slot goal. Urbanciz came back to tie the game with a left side goal. Reed Suess would come around the right side of the net and put St. Louis Park back in the lead. Roethler would play a role in the Orioles third goal as he made a right side pass to Brody Ilstrup and he would give them a two goal lead. The lad would go back to one as Donavin Black found Firedbauer and he would score. Suess set up the next St. Louis Park goal when he fed Matt Harkema and he would drill it toward the net. Urbanciz would pick up his second goal and the Orioles would lead after the first quarter 4-3.
Both of Chaska’s second quarter goals would come from Friedbauer. His first goal came from the center slot and the second would come after he circled around the net. Ilstrup, the sophomore who was a member of the Oriole boys hockey team, would score two straight goals to get the hat trick. The second goal came on a rebound. Suess would pick up his second assist on an inside pass to Harkema and St. Louis Park led at the half 7-5.
Ressor would begin the third quarter scoring for the Hawks as he scored off a high pass from Andrew Stanger. Urbanciz would pick up his hat trick, scoring on a high shot off a dive with :07.9 left. . Suess would account for the lone Oriole goal when he sped down the field like a car going down down the Wooddale Ave.detour toward Highway 100 and sent the ball to the net. St. Louis Park led 8-7 after three quarters.
The Hawks took flight in the fourth quarter and got a pure hat trick from Machukans. The first came from a pass by Reesor. He would score on a line drive goal :54 later and he would go top shelf on the third goal. Goals by Urbanciz and Reesor would clinch the win for Chaska. The only offensive highlight for the Orioles was Ilstrup’s fourth goal but the couldn’t get any other shots to enter the net.
Chaska defender Flynn Ernst is the brother of girls lacrosse players Miley and Lida Ernst. According to a member of the Chaska coaching staff, they are triplets.
The Hawks improved their record to 4-2 and will host the Bloomington Kennedy Eagles on Tuesday, May 5 at 7 PM. The Orioles fell to 3-4 and travel down Highway 7 Monday, May 4 to take on the Hutchinson Tigers at 6:30 PM. The game was rescheduled from April 27 due to the winter like weather that day in St. Louis Park.