Brainerd/Little Falls at Roseau
Brainerd rolled into Roseau having been unbeaten in their previous 6 games. Although this game was all Brainerd through the first two periods (shots were 27-14 after two) the two teams were tied 2-2 halfway through the third after Roseau’s Celine Stroot scored the tying goal at the 8:09 mark. Brainerd’s Lindsey Booth scored the game winner at 9:59 of the third and Abby Pohlkamp added some insurance on the PP with less than 4:00 to play.
Lindsey Booth continued her great play with 2 and 1. Abby Pohlkamp added 1 and 2 and goalie Olivia King made 19 saves.
Final. Brainerd 4. Roseau 2.
St. Paul United at Rochester Lourdes
18 penalties combined is the first thing that sticks out to me about this game. 6 of the 9 combined goals came while someone was serving a penalty. 5 PP goals and 1 shorty.
Rochester Lourdes scored the first 5 goals of the game en route to the 7-2. Lourdes’ Emma Schmitz had 2 and 2, Sarah Dravis and Maggie Hanzel had 1 and 2, and Clara Billings had 2 goals.
SPU continues to struggle. Jenna Hoops and Madison Shuman each had 1 and 1.
Final. Lourdes 7. SPU 2.
Duluth’s Noelle Stellmaker had the hat trick in their 6-1 win over International Falls.
Anoka’s Shaina Blomker had both goals in thier 2-1 win over Dodge County.
North Wright’s Mackenzie Bourgerie keeps piling on the points. She had 3 in their 4-1 win over Rogers.
4 players each had 3 points for Cambridge in their 7-3 win over Princeton- Chloe Nelson, Madelyn Skelton, Rilee Winters, and Ashton Parnell.
Gabby Madigan with the hat trick, Ella Reynolds with 2 and 1, Brynn Sexauer with 3 assists as South St. Paul beat St. Paul/Henry Sibley 6-0.