lead through two periods of play.
Brett Shaver had a shutout going in the net until the 2:19 mark of
the final period. That's when Matthew O'Donnell scored off a Jared
Neely assist for the Fire.
Travis Beckman came up with 20 saves for the Fire.
In other division championship games:
Kings 3, Menehunes 1
Jonathan Floren scored two goals and Zane Weber scored once to
lift the Kings to the title.
Aaron Nguyen finished with 22 saves.
The Menehunes' goal came from Kyle MacLeod off an assist by Nathan
Ferrer, and Tip Donaldson had 24 saves.
Piranhas 4, Kings 0
Ryan Turchi recorded the shutout victory with 28 saves. He was
backed by the scoring of Piranhas teammates James Dufour, Brandon
Prince and Brian Weingart, who led the way with two goals.
Weingart also had an assist, as did Ross Turchi.
Despite giving up four goals, Kings goalie Geoff Blaskey had 27
Good Team 5, Vipers 4
The Good Team's scoring was spread evenly among Tyler Bales,
Timothy Hunt, Matthew Erickson, Eric Morejon and Ryin Amador.
Bales and Erickson each had an assist, and Michael Mowrey had 16
For the Vipers, Kyle Evans topped all scorers with three goals and
Justin Romers scored once. Tyler Post posted 24 saves.
Carnivores 5, Pythons 2
David Mastro scored twice to lead a Carnivores offense that saw
Andrew Mendoza score once with an assist and Noah Johnson score a
Dane Chavez had 21 saves.
Josh Duchon scored both goals for the Pythons and Colby Rios
recorded 22 saves.
Avalanche 6, Avengers 5
Derek Rosas scored two goals and also assisted two others, David
Marabella had two assists, Martin DeJong scored once with an assist,
Travis Nagle had an assist, and Justin Del Campo finished with 24
saves to lead the Avalanche.
Kyle Anfang scored three goals to pace the Avengers, Ethan
Nicholls and Greg Weaver each scored once, Gregory Martin had two
assists, Bryan Van Arsdale had an assist and Brandon Rodriguez had 27
Last Chance 8, Hawks 3
Adam Stanford netted three goals, and Jake Bartley, Jeremy Miller,