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Yellowjackets report: Stark scores OT winner

Mady Sanders posted a double-double of 11 points and 18 rebounds as UWS women's basketball downed Crown at home.

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SUPERIOR — Wisconsin-Superior's Reed Stark made St. John's pay for taking a penalty in overtime, scoring a power-play game-winner in a 3-2 nonconference men's hockey victory on Friday night at Wessman Arena.
The overtime came after an exchange of late goals in the third period. Artur Terchiyev gave UWS the lead on his goal with 6:54 to play, only for Jack Johnson to equalize for the Johnnies 61 seconds later. That sent the game to overtime despite UWS holding a 45-29 shot advantage in regulation.
Terchiyev assisted on Stark's overtime goal. He and Dylan Johnson finished with a goal and assist.
Myles Hektor made 28 saves for UWS (9-4-2).

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Sanders clears glass for UWS

A career-high 18 rebounds was just part of a big night for Wisconsin-Superior junior Mady Sanders in an 81-72 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference victory women's basketball victory over Crown on Friday at Mertz Mortorelli Gym.
UWS came from 13 points down in the first half to within 48-45 at halftime and pulled ahead after the break by holding Crown to just 24 second-half points.
Sanders scored 11 points to complete her double-double. Makenna Guden paced the UWS offense with 16 points, while Allison Luoma added 15 and Brianna O'Donnell 13.
Crown's McKenzie Latzke led all scorers with 32 on 10-of-20 from the field and 5-of-9 from 3-point range.
UWS (3-9, 2-1 UMAC) hosts Minnesota Morris Saturday to complete the UMAC weekend.

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