Colony, Palmer and Tri-Valley picked up victories Friday at the second day of the Kenai River Cup at the Kenai Multi-Purpose Facility.
Today at the tournament, Tri-Valley plays Homer at 10 a.m., Colony plays Palmer at 12:30 p.m. and Kenai plays Kodiak at 3 p.m.
Colony 5, Kenai 0
The Knights received a 14-save shutout from Jamon O’Bryan in dropping the Kardinals to 2-4 overall and 0-2 in the tournament. Colony is 2-0 in the tournament.
In the first period for Colony, Aiden Finch scored on assists from Jacob Seward-Janski and Matthew Ross, and Sawyer Kelpe scored on an assist from Ross.
In the second period, Logan Lofland scored with helpers from Finch and Seward-Janski.
In the third period, Finch scored with help from Luke Holman and Myles Diltz scored on a Holman assist.
Seanna Swanson stopped 30 for the Kardinals.
Palmer 8, Homer 2
The Moose improved to 2-0 at the tournament while the Mariners are 1-1 at the tournament and 1-2 overall.
Kinan Greco and Bradford Heard led Palmer with a pair of goals. Also scoring for the Moose were Brandon Horacek, Kellan Payne, Elijah Von Gunten and Frank Cooper.
For Homer, Clyde Clemens scored unassisted and Cody Thomas scored on assists from Kate Moseley and Zane Barth.
Mily Christman stopped nine for Palmer, while Blaise Banks had 47 saves for Homer.
Tri-Valley 3, Kodiak 2, OT
Tri-Valley moved to 1-1 at the tournament, while Kodiak dropped to 0-2.
The game was decided with a three-on-three overtime period. Just 20 seconds into the five-minute period, Owen Jusczak scored for Tri-Valley.
The game was tied after a period when Mike Renshaw scored for Tri-Valley and Ejler Durand scored for Kodiak.
Ronan Hinman scored in the second period for Kodiak, while Jack Wahlin scored in the third period for Tri-Valley.
Elijah Graham had 27 saves for Tri-Valley, while Garrett Wood stopped 23 for Kodiak.