Sioux Falls 1 beat the Rangers 6-2 on Sunday in Brookings.
Spencer Heflin opened the scoring with a power-play goal assisted by Jacob Law. That’s where the score stood until the Flyers put up two goals in the second period and added three more in the third to make it 5-1.
Brookings’ Cooper Deatherage lit the lamp on a power play later in the third. Jack Lee was credited with the assist. Sioux Falls added one more goal to provide for the final margin.
Nathan Brecher made 18 saves.
The host Rangers went 0-4 and finished fourth in the Dakota Premier Classic over the weekend at Larson Ice Center.
• Rushmore 10, Brookings 1
Rhys Heiberger scored on a Waylon Carroll assist in the first period.
The Thunder were up 3-1 after a period and added seven goals in the second.
Ryder Anderson recorded 31 saves.
• Prairie Centre 2, Brookings 1
Riley Linstad scored on Cody Jacobson’s assist in the second period. Ryder Anderson had 19 saves as Brookings held a 25-21 advantage in shots.
Prairie Centre had single goals in each of the first two periods.
• Fargo 14, Brookings 0
Fargo tallied six goals in the first, three in the second and five in the third.
The North Dakota squad outshot Brookings 51-6, as Ryder Anderson recorded 37 saves.
• Prairie Centre 5, Brookings 1
Prairie Centre got off to a fast start with a three-spot in the opening period.
The Rangers’ Tre Christopherson netted an unassisted goal in the second period. Ryder Anderson tallied 28 saves.
The host Rangers went 1-3 and finished fifth in the Dakota Premier Classic over the weekend at Larson Ice Center.
• Brandon Valley 4, Brookings 2
Brandon Valley scored twice in the opening period and once in the second to grab a 3-0 advantage.
The Rangers’ Miles Gerlach netted a pair of unassisted goals in the third. Matthew Bothe had 13 saves.
• New Prague 11, Brookings 1
The Minnesota club took control with a nine-spot in the first period.
The Rangers’ Andrew Hahn lit the lamp in the second period. Matt Bothe stopped 29 shots.
• Lincoln 8, Brookings 0
The Jr. Stars had four goals in the first and three in the second.
Brookings’ Matthew Bothe made 32 saves.
• Brookings 7, Sioux Falls (1) 5
The second proved to be the difference as the Rangers outscored the Flyers 3-0 in the period. Andrew Hahn totaled four goals in the victory.
Keygan Peterson and Hahn lit the lamp in the first but Brookings trailed 3-2.
Ashton Baker got the big second period going with a goal and Hahn added a pair – the first of which was assisted by Camden Reicks – to put the Rangers on top 5-3. Hahn and Connor Buckley found the back of the net in the third.
Matthew Bothe notched 18 saves.