Blake at Wayzata
Lily Delianides earned her paycheck on Friday. She opened the scoring with a shorty at 11:55 of the first. She also added what turned out to be the game winner at 9:45 of the third. Oh, and she chipped in an assist on the only other goal scored by Blake.
Julia Kimlinger got the start in net for the Trojans. She played well turning away 26 of 29.
Blake 3. Wayzata 2.
Proctor/Hermantown at SSP
P/H’s Michaela Phinney got on the board with a PP goal to get the Mirage within one at 7:15 of the third but it left them one tally short.
SSP’s Delaney Norman saved 34 of 37 to preserve the win for the Packers. Makenna Deering helped keep the Mirage offense in check while chipping in an assist on the game winner.
SSP has a girl named Justice Rambaum. That is a great hockey name. She had a goal. And a 2 minute roughing penalty AND a 10 minute misconduct. That seems just about perfect I think. Justice Rambaum. I love it.
Andover at BSM
Andover spotted BSM two quick goals to start the game. The Huskies’ Peyton Hemp wasn’t pleased with that and spent the rest of the game taking it out on the Red Knights. 2.5 periods later Hemp had the hat trick and an assist.
Carly Greene got the start over Rose Beeman for the Red Knights. For some reason they did not keep track of shots. I imagine she saw a lot of them.
Andover 6. BSM 3.
Roseau at Minnetonka
Roseau averaged 4.33 GPG last year. Kayla Santl scored 25 goals last season. On Friday night Tonka’s Kayley Crawford earned her paycheck by shutting Santl down and limiting Roseau’s opportunities.
Tonka’s Emily Bayless had 3 and 2 and freshman Grace Sadura had 1 and 3.
Minnetonka 8. Roseau 0.
Sadie Lindsay and Olivia Mobley each had 3 and 1 in Breck’s 7-2 win over Duluth.
Prairie Center’s Kennedy Lemke got her first win of the year saving 23 of 24 in their 2-1 win over International Falls.
Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato’s Alyssa Olson scored the OT game winner in their 4-3 win over Luverne
13 skaters registered at least 1 point for Rogers in their 8-0 win over Moorhead