Limited to a single goal in a 2-1 loss in Reedsburg early Saturday against the visiting Oregon Peewee Panthers, the South-Central Peewee A Cyclones exploded for 26 goals in their next three games en route to going 3-1 in a weekend of home games against league rivals.

The Peewee A Cyclones wrapped up Saturday with a 10-0 win in Baraboo against the Peewee Spartans from McFarland and then swept a pair from the Dubuque Junior Saints – 9-3 and 7-4—on Sunday in Reedsburg.

Caden Brandt scored the lone Cyclones goal in Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Oregon.

The Cyclones came alive in the next three games, as 13 players had a hand in scoring 26 goals. Leading the way was Brandt, who added another seven goals and six assists to his previous goal, while linemates John Scott (5 goals, 4 assists) and Mallory Ruland (5 goals, 3 assists) enjoyed big weekends as well. Logan Demars picked up three goals and an assist for the Cyclones and Brady Baldwin collected a goal and three assists. Carsen Brandt, Caleb Eastman and Yevgeny Dedun each added a goal and two assists with other goals coming from Tye Barney and Dyllan Carpenter. Iszak Elder and Nathan Stando notched two assists apiece and Kyle Buelow also set one up.

Goaltender Burke Schweda added three wins to his total with 63 saves over the weekend. The weekend flurry boosts the Peewee A Cyclones to 6-3-1 on the season and 5-1 in league games.

Peewee B Cyclones

The Peewee B Cyclones picked up a pair of road wins on the weekend, beating Dodgeville 4-2 on Saturday and then downing Janesville on Sunday, 4-1.

Kaden Uminski scored the first goal for the Cyclones in Dodgeville off assists from Spencer Garbacz and Mark Othmer. Carstyn Cook added a pair of unassisted goals in the second period before Uminski collected his second goal of the game with assists going to Othmer and Nolan Pope. Giovani Rivas stopped 12 of 14 shots to pick up the win in goal for the Cyclones.

At Janesville on Sunday, the teams were scoreless through the first period but the Cyclones grabbed control with a pair of goals in the second period. Carson Jopp scored twice for the Cyclones, with other goals going to Uminski and Gus DeFosse. Cook also had two assists, while Othmer and Garbacz also had assists.

Rivas collected another win with a 16-save effort in goal. The wins boosted the Cyclones to 11-3-0 on the season.

Squirt B Cyclones

The Cyclones Squirt B team played a home game at Pierce Park Pavilion in Baraboo on Saturday morning, battling Waunakee to a 2-2 tie. Elizabeth Haag scored to give the Cyclones a 1-0 lead off an assist from Wyatt Arnold. Briana Sullivan scored the other goal off an assist from Wyatt Jost. Brayden Goyett-Fuller turned in an 11-save effort in goal for the Cyclones.

Bantam A Cyclones

The Bantam A Cyclones remained perfect at 13-0 on the season following three more weekend wins.

After a 3-1 win at Pierce Park in Baraboo against Sun Prairie on Saturday morning, the Bantams traveled to Waunakee for a 5-2 win against the host Wildcats. On Sunday the Cyclones grabbed a 5-2 league win against the Janesville Bluebirds.

Against Sun Prairie, the Cyclones got goals from Trevor Slaght, Luna Larson and Clayton Pfaff. Larson and Grant Marsich each had two assists for the Cyclones while Pfaff also had an assist. Cooper Oakes stopped 21 shots to pick up his 11th straight win in goal for the Cyclones.

At Waunakee, the Cyclones found themselves trailing 2-1 after the first period before rallying for the 5-2 win.

Caden Jacobson scored a pair of goals and added an assist for the Cyclones, while Marsich added a goal and assist. Other goals came from Kyle Poole and Larson. Pfaff picked up two assists, while Slaght and Ty Thompson each had one assist. Oakes turned aside 17 shots to pick up the win in goal.

On Sunday back on home ice, five different skaters scored in the 5-2 win over Janesville. Slaght and Marsich both had a goal and an assist, while other goals went to Poole, Larson and Dylan Conroy. Oliver Scanlan and Gabe Fitzwilliams also had assists. Oakes had 21 saves to get the win in goal.

The Bantam A Cyclone have all but clinched the top seed in its region with a 6-0 record and just two more games to play.

Squirt A Cyclones

The Squirt A Cyclones dropped a pair of home games at Pierce Park Pavilion this past weekend, falling 4-0 to the Beloit Blades on Saturday and then 8-2 in a league game against the McFarland Spartans on Sunday.

On Sunday, the Spartans held a 3-0 lead after a period and carried an 8-1 cushion into the third.

Thomas Sarnow scored a pair of unassisted goals for the Cyclones in Sunday’s loss. Alexander Griebe turned aside 17 shots in both games while playing goal for the Cyclones.