Blumbergs Overtime Goal Lifts Penn Yan

- Austin Blumbergs scored unassisted, 0:21 into the second overtime period to give Penn Yan the 7-6 win over Bath.  Blumbergs scored a total of 3g-1a to be a part of four out of seven goals.  The Rams led for the majority of the game, with Penn Yan only leading for 1:39 throughout the entire contest.

Bath at Penn YanConnor Cupp scored the opening goal of the game with 8:13 left in the first quarter to put the Rams on the board.  The Mustangs tied the game for the first of five times with Ben Emerson scoring off a feed from Blumbergs.  The game continued to alternate scoring.  Jonathan Deats scored for the Rams followed by Blumbergs for the Mustangs.  The first quarter ended with the score tied 2-2.

In the second quarter, Cupp scored for the Rams followed by Fingar for the Mustangs.  With 0:09 remaining in the opening half, Bath scored again with Connor DiDomineck assisting Tyler Finch.  The Rams led 4-3 going into halftime.  In the third quarter, both teams added a single goal with DiDomineck scoring for Bath and Dylan Stape scoring for Penn Yan.  Bath led 5-4 after three quarters.

In the final quarter, Penn Yan scored the opening two goals (scoring three straight) to take their first lead of the game with 2:59 remaining.  Bath kept up their pressure and tied the game with 1:20 remaining on the clock.  DiDomineck scored unassisted to force overtime.  Neither team scored in the first overtime period before Blumbergs game winning goal in the second overtime.

Bath midfielder Zach Roberts and defenseman Brandon Clark finished with seven ground balls each to lead.  Trent Birch added five ground ball.  Clark also led in takes with two and Jeramiah Kinner added another two.  In the cage for Bath, Trey Kinner finished at 50% with seven saves.  For Penn Yan, Kyle Welker also finished at 50% with six saves.

Bath at Penn Yan

 



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