Bruins fall to Nitehawks in BV

Grand Forks loses to Beaver Valley during mid-week tilt.

Border Bruins' netminder Kai MacDonald makes the save on Beaver Valley's Braden Fuller in Tuesday game in Fruitvale.

The Grand Forks Border Bruins had a chance to move above .500 on Tuesday in Fruitvale against Beaver Valley but couldn’t shut down the Nitehawks’ dynamic duo of Ryan Edwards and Archie McKinnon.

Edwards had a goal and two assists, while McKinnon and three assists to lead BV to a 4-2 win over GF.

Kyle Hope opened up the scoring for Beaver Valley at 16:34 of the first period.

The Bruins tied the score at 2:24 of the first with a goal from Dakota Little, who was assisted by Connor Gross and Michael Rand.

A couple of early second period goals from BV (Dallas Calvin and Jacob Boyczuk) put the home team up 3-1.

Mitchell Pearson, assisted by Franco Calapaolo, brought the Bears within one at 3-2, but they would get no closer.

A late second period goal from Edwards gave the ‘Hawks some insurance as they cruised to the 4-2 win.

Kai MacDonald stopped 35 of 39 BV shots.

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