Delano/Rockford at Holy Family
This game was scoreless after one but Holy Family’s Sadie Long got it going just 1:16 into the second with a short handed goal. Delano tied it up 1:40 later but Holy Family would score three unanswered to pull away.
8th grader Sedona Blair got the start in net for the Fire. She made 19 stops on 21 shots. MacKenzie McMillian had 2 and 1. Lauren Hickey had 2 goals and Sydney Paulsen had 2 assists.
Holy Family 5. Delano 2.
Andover at Anoka
Madelynn Jurgenson got Andover on the board early and Sara Kaiser followed with 3 straight goals to give Andover a 4-0 lead after one. They would add 5 more over the next two frames and shots would end at 53-11 in favor of the Huskies.
Madelyn Jurgenson would end the game with two assists to go along with her 3 goals. Sara Kaiser with the hat trick. Jamie Nelson with 1 and 2. Paige Anderson with 3 assists and Cassidy Stumo with the shutout.
Andover 9. Anoka 0.
Farmington at Blake
Blake looked to be in control of this one when Maddie Tix made it 2-0 early in the second and shots heavily favored the Blake Bears (alliteration) at that point. But Farmington didn’t fold and found some fire to fight back. Remember I like alliteration. The Tigers’ Jayden Siefert and Cassie Knutson (more alliteration) each scored to even it at 2s. Blake would score one more time before the second intermission to take a one goal lead. Blake would get the lead to 2 on a Maddie Wethington goal at 5:22 of the third . Farmington made it interesting late in the game on a PP goal from Bailey Kelley but Izzy Daniel would seal it with an empty netter with :50 to play.
Izzy Daniel with the hat trick and Bailey Abraham had 2 assists for the Bears.
Blake 5. Farmington 3.
Edina at Wayzata
Wayzata came out of the gates fast and seemed to be in control of the game in the first period outshooting Edina 10-5 although the game was tied at 1s entering the first intermission. The second period the momentum turned in Edina’s favor with the Hornets now getting the advantage in shots by a wide margin, 19-2. Wayzata goalie Stephanie Garvis was able to turn away 18 of them yet we were still tied, now at 2s, going into the second. In the third the play was more even but again the teams just traded goals and at the end of regulation the score was tied at 3s. Edina’s Katie Davis scored the OT game winner with just 1:04 left. I have watched the replay of it 15 times on Youth Hockey Hub’s twitter feed and I swear….I swear…all I am going to say it may or may not have been…just go watch it yourself and draw your own conclusion.
Edina 4. Wayzata 3.
Crookston’s Catherine Tiedemann scored the OT game winner against Park Rapids. Park Rapids was oh-so-close to getting their first win of the season.
Jada Habisch had 4 goals in Buffalo’s 8-3 win over Princeton.
Mackenna Stoterau saved 37 of 38 to lead Centennial to a 3-1 win over Blaine.
11 skaters registered points and Lily Hanson saved 29 of 30 as CC beat a resurgent Jefferson team 6-1.
Dea DeLeon scored the only goal of the game and it came in OT as Cloquet beat Hibbing 1-0. Elise Lund saved 23 of 23 for the shutout.
EP’s Sydney Langseth had a hand in 7 (2 and 5) of the Eagles’ 8 goals in their 8-0 win over Hopkins/Park.
Elk River’s Allison Fischer scored in OT to give her team the 2-1 win over Maple Grove.
North Shore’s Jessie Ketola got the OT game winner against Eveleth-Gilbert.
Alexandria had 70 shots on net in their lopsided win over Detroit Lakes.
8th grader Ava Lindsay had 3 and 2 and Carly Beniek had 6 assists in Breck’s 10-2 win over Minnehaha.
Austin’s Lily Holtz scored the OT game winner vs. Mankato West. Shelby Davidson-Newkirk saved 42 of 44.
Katie Kaufman and Haylee Blinkhorn each had 5 points in Hill Murray’s 10-0 win over Hastings.
Kayla Santl had a goal and 7 assists for Roseau in their blowout win over Bemidji.