For the second night in a row, the Aurora high school ice hockey team found itself in a low-scoring defensive battle.

This time, though, Greenman goaltender Nolan Sullivan led his team to a victory.

Sullivan stopped all 20 shots from the Lakewood Rangers, earning his third shutout of the season and a 1-0 win for Aurora Sunday at The Pond Ice Rink in Auburn Township.

Freshman Zane Martin scored the lone goal late in the first period. Sophomore Nathan Funk and senior Maxx Goldston each had an assist.

The Greenmen found themselves in penalty trouble in the second and third periods, but they killed them off and stymied all of Lakewood’s chances to seal the win and improve to 13-7 overall.

Goalie Rob Holden had a solid performance himself, making 33 saves in a losing effort for the Rangers, who fell to 13-7 overall.

"We faced two tough teams this weekend and had two really close games," Aurora head coach John Sheridan said. "Kent Roosevelt is one of the better teams in the White divisions and Lakewood looks like they’re the team to beat in the Blue divisions.

"While we’re on a break from league action for a couple weeks, these are two good non-league matchups that can keep us sharp for when we return to league play."