PEORIA, Ill. — Darren McCormick scored with one second left in overtime to give the Fayetteville Marksmen a 6-5 win over Peoria on Saturday night.

Joe Osaka opened scoring for the Marksmen (3-4-1) at 6:09 of the first period. Peoria (5-0-2) responded with two goals in the first, Alec Hagaman at 13:45 and Mark Petaccio off of a power play at 16:53.

Davide Mazurek's power-play goal 35 seconds into the second period tied it up for the Marksmen. After trading goals, Joe Kalisz off of a power play for Peoria, and Fayetteville's Michael Casale at 14:01, the teams were tied to end the second period.

Fayetteville went up two to start the third period off of goals from Taylor Pryce and Casale. Peoria responded with goals by Will Smith and a score by Hagaman at 19:05 to send the game into overtime.

McCormick notched the winning goal in for the Marksmen at 4:59 for the victory.

The Rivermen out-shot the Marksmen 53-26.

 

MARKSMEN 6, RIVERMEN 5

FAYETTEVILLE;1;2;2;1—6

PEORIA;2;1;2;0—5

First period — 1, Fayetteville, Osaka (Greco, Bennett), 6:09; 2, Peoria, Hagaman (Kalisz, Patterson), 13:45; 3, Peioria, Petaccio (Blasko, Grinbergs), 16:53. Penalties — Fayetteville, Mazurek (Hooking), 1:59; Peoria, Grinbergs (Roughing), 6:09; Peoria, Hamilton (Fighting), 11:04; Fayetteville, Fregeau (Fighting), 11:04; Fayetteville, Mazurek (High Sticking), 14:44; Peoria, Vieth (Holding), 20:00.

Second period — 4, Fayetteville, Mazurek (McCormick, Hauswirth), 0:35; 5, Peoria, Kalisz (Smith, Neville), 7:37; 6, Fayetteville, Casale (Thacker, Pryce), 14:01. Penalties — Peoria, Widmar (Roughing) 2:30; Fayetteville, Kielich (Hooking), 7:14; Peoria, Yakura (Hooking), 18:39.

Third period — 7, Fayetteville, Pryce (Brown, Osaka), 6:02; 8, Fayetteville, Casale (Bennet), 11:41; 9, Peoria, Smith (Grinsberg, Kalisz), 12:50; 10, Peoria, Hagaman (Neville, Widmar), 19:05. Penalties — Peoria, Neville (Hooking), 13:29.

Overtime — 11, Fayetteville, McCormick, 4:59.

Shots on goal — Fayetteville 5-7-10-4—26, Peoria 17-17-13-6—53.

Goalies — Fayetteville, Murray  (53 shots-48 saves), Peoria, Pulde (26 shots, 20 saves)

A — 3,897.