The Vikings, who won on the road for the first time in the first-year program's history, reeled off seven consecutive goals to break open what was a slight 3-2 advantage and turn it into a 10-2 lead with just over six minutes to play in the third period.
Boreman was a major reason for the lopsided scoring margin in the game, stopping 17 of Centre's 35 total shots as the Vikings went on to win despite being outshot 35-29 in the game. Centre also picked up 12 more ground balls than Berry and won 15-of-24 faceoffs.
But Berry took advantage of its scoring opportunities, scoring on 45 percent of its shots. Emanuelo's four goals came on six shots, and CJ McRae attempted four shots and scored on three of them.
Emanuelo and Byers each dished out a pair of assists, and Morey and Marshall Henderson also passed for an assist each.
Connor Stubbs led Centre with two goals.
The Vikings are scheduled to return to action Saturday vs. Aurora in Danville, Ky.
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