The Huron All-Stars earned their first win of the season in the middle of a three-game road swing, which ended Sunday.
Highlighted by three goals in the second period, the All-Stars collected a 4-2 win against Sioux Center on Saturday.
Ethan Busch had a pair of goals in in the second period, with both coming during power plays, for the All-Stars. He found the net on a pass from Grady Bott to open the scoring and then hit the net on an unassisted shot to give Huron at 3-1 lead heading into the final period.
Jack Mitchell had the other goal in the second period for the All-Stars on a pass from Busch.
Capping the scoring for Huron was Micah Larson with an unassisted goal in the third period.
Jack Bales recorded 33 saves to earn the win in the net for the All-Stars.
Huron opened the three-day road trip with an 8-2 setback against Aberdeen on Friday.
Jack Pedersen had the opening goal for the All-Stars in the first period, with Bott and Brecken Glanzer combining on the assists.
Busch had the second goal in the second period on a power play, with Mitchell and Ryder Casper earning assists.
Bales faced 40 shots in the net for the All-Stars and stopped 32 of them.
With the help of five goals in each of the first two periods, Sioux Falls 1 defeated Huron 13-0 in the final game on Sunday.
The Flyers racked up a 48-6 shots-on-goal advantage in the game. Bales recorded 35 saves for the All-Stars.
Huron, which is now 1-13, returns to league play on Feb. 3 at Brandon Valley.