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Xander Anderson, Woodbury. With more than 20 goals this season, the Royals senior forward took things up a notch in the final week of the regular season. On Oct. 4, he registered five goals in a 9-0 win. Two days later, he followed up that performance with a four-goal game against Mounds View on Oct. 6.
Joao Barros, North Lakes Academy. Barros was likely a team favorite this past week with all the assists he dished out. On Oct. 3, Barros tallied six assists and a goal in his team's win against Groves Academy. He then dished out three assists and a pair of goals against Lakes International Language Academy on Oct. 8.
Ethan Goff, New Ulm. The junior keeper had a day to remember in his team's win against Worthington on Oct. 4. Goff kept the opposition off the scoreboard with a 16-save shutout.
Jonathan Karpenko, Minnehaha Academy. The Redhawks have gotten big-time contributions all season from Karpenko. That was surely the case on Oct. 4. Trailing 4-3 in the second half, Karpenko stepped up with a goal to both tie the game and win the game, 5-4. Karpenko finished the evening with four of his team's five goals.
Jacob Tentis, Elk River. The Elks have had a tough go of it in 2022, but Tentis' play in net has certainly been a bright spot. He stopped 10 shots and allowed just two goals in games against Coon Rapids on Oct. 4 and Andover on Oct. 6. His biggest day came on Oct. 8, however, when he earned a shutout with 15 saves as Elk River picked up its first win of the 2022 season.
*Stats and records as of Oct. 10.
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