Neither team managed to score in the first period, but the second period saw a quite a few goals . Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian opened the scoring with a goal from Ellison Lundquist, which was quickly answered by a flurry of goals from Chaska/Chanhassen, with Ava Stewart, Quinlyn Borner, and Claire Lawler each finding the net in quick succession. Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian narrowed the gap with a goal from Elizabeth Callahan before the period ended.
In the third period, Greer Hardacre scored for Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian, tying the game. Despite an intense overtime period, neither team was able to secure the win.
What stands out in this game is the shot count. Chaska/Chanhassen dominated with 59 shots to Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian’s 10. Yet, the scoring was even, highlighting efficient shooting from Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian and strong goaltending on their part to keep the score level.
Interestingly, the game was very clean, with no penalties called against either team. A very disciplined well fought battle from both sides.
North Shore 2
Duluth managed to hold onto a 3-2 win against North Shore despite a late effort from them.
North Shore opened the scoring early with Berkley Hoff putting one past the goalie, assisted by Hayden Bright and Sierra Geatz. Duluth responded with Haili Truitt, Lucy Fellman, and Grace Karakas scoring in succession to take a 3-1 lead in the first period.
The second period saw no change in the scoreline, with both teams unable to capitalize on their opportunities. In the third period, North Shore’s Brooke Velcheff managed to score on a power play, narrowing the gap to a single goal.
North Shore’s power play was more effective, scoring on one of their two chances compared to Duluth’s zero conversion rate on their two power plays. However, the shot count was dominated by Duluth with 39 attempts on goal to North Shore’s 18.
Penalties were a significant aspect of the game, with North Shore accruing 17 penalty minutes on 3 infractions — notably a major boarding penalty and a misconduct penalty on Ella Peterson, contributing a significant 15 minutes. Duluth was penalized less severely, with just 4 minutes on 2 infractions.
Despite the pressure from North Shore in the later stages of the game, Duluth’s early lead and solid defense allowed them to secure the win.
Duluth Marshall 11
Northern Lakes 1
Duluth Marshall overwhelmed Northern Lakes, winning decisively with a score of 11-1.
The game was one-sided from the start, with Duluth Marshall’s Annie Bachand opening the scoring, which was followed by a barrage of goals from her teammates, including Ilsa Lindaman, Nina Thorson, Avery Lian, and Aubrey Johnson, leading to a commanding 5-0 lead in the first period alone.
The second period continued in similar fashion, with Duluth Marshall extending their lead, despite a valiant effort from Northern Lakes’ Lilly Logelin who put her team on the scoreboard. However, Duluth Marshall answered swiftly, with Lindaman and Johnson further adding to their tally.
Lindaman continued her scoring streak into the third period, completing a notable performance with multiple goals. The game concluded without either team capitalizing on their power plays, with Northern Lakes going 0 for 2 and Duluth Marshall 0 for 1.
The shot count was in favor of Duluth Marshall, who took 33 shots to Northern Lakes’ 15. Penalties were few, with Northern Lakes incurring a single 2-minute infraction and Duluth Marshall receiving 4 minutes on 2 infractions.
Overall, Duluth Marshall’s offensive pressure and scoring efficiency were the story of the game, overshadowing Northern Lakes’ efforts and leading to a lopsided victory.
Waseca delivered a dominant performance against Fairmont, sweeping the game with a 7-0 victory.
The scoring began in the first period with Maizee Storey scoring first for Waseca. Emma Keith added to the lead with a power play goal, followed by another power play goal from Storey, ending the first period with a 3-0 lead for Waseca.
In the second period, Waseca’s offensive show continued. Izabela Slechta scored with an assist from Storey, who was proving to be a key player in the game. Emma Keith netted her second goal of the match, with Madalyn Benson contributing to the scoreboard shortly after, ballooning the lead to 6-0.
The final period saw Storey completing her hat-trick, securing Waseca’s seventh goal and her third of the game, showcasing an outstanding individual performance.
Waseca was perfect on the power play, capitalizing on both opportunities, while Fairmont did not have any power play chances. The shot count was heavily in favor of Waseca, who took a total of 54 shots to Fairmont’s 28, reflecting the offensive pressure they maintained throughout the game.
Penalties played a role in the match, with Fairmont accumulating 6 minutes on 3 infractions, which Waseca exploited. Waseca incurred a minor penalty for having too many players on the ice but otherwise played a clean game.
Owatonna triumphed over Hastings in a decisive 5-1 victory, showcasing their strength in the third period where they pulled away with a flurry of goals.
The game kicked off with both teams finding the back of the net in the first period; Hastings’ Ava Hoffman opened the scoring, which was quickly equalized by Owatonna’s Izzy Radel. The second period saw only one goal, with Averi Vetsch putting Owatonna ahead.
The third period was where Owatonna truly shone. Kendra Bogen scored twice, first on a power play and then at even strength, demonstrating their offensive strength. Genevieve Froman added the final touch with an empty-net goal, sealing the win for Owatonna.
While Owatonna had six power play opportunities and converted one, Hastings didn’t capitalize on either of their two chances. The shot tally was dominated by Owatonna with 38 attempts, compared to Hastings’ 19, indicating Owatonna’s control of the game.
Penalties were numerous, particularly for Hastings, who suffered 12 minutes on 6 infractions, which may have disrupted their rhythm and allowed Owatonna to take advantage, especially during power plays. Owatonna, while more disciplined, still gave away 4 minutes on 2 infractions.
Owatonna’s ability to exploit power plays, coupled with their consistent offense and disciplined play, contributed significantly to their win against Hastings.
Eden Prairie 1
Hill-Murray came out with the victory over Eden Prairie with a solid 3-1 score in a game that displayed both teams’ defensive and offensive capabilities.
The scoring was opened in the first period by Hill-Murray’s Regan Berglund with a short-handed goal, an impressive feat showcasing their defensive resilience and offensive opportunism. The second period saw further dominance from Hill-Murray, with Emily Pohl finding the net, extending the lead to 2-0.
Eden Prairie fought back in the third period with a goal from Addy Mitchell just 16 seconds after Maddy Morrell scored for Hill-Murray, bringing the score to 3-1. However, that was the only time Eden Prairie would beat Hill-Murray’s goaltender.
Neither team was successful on the power play, with Eden Prairie going 0 for 2 and Hill-Murray 0 for 3. The shot count was heavily in favor of Hill-Murray, who outshot Eden Prairie 51 to 19, a testament to their offensive pressure throughout the game.
Penalties played a significant role, with Eden Prairie racking up 6 minutes on 3 infractions and Hill-Murray receiving 4 minutes on 2 infractions. Despite the penalties, neither team managed to capitalize on these opportunities.
The game ended with Hill-Murray maintaining their lead, thanks to their strong defense and consistant attack, securing a win against Eden Prairie.
Pine City 2
Hopkins/St. Louis Park
Pine City Area secured a 2-1 victory over Hopkins/St. Louis Park after the game went to overtime.
The match began with both teams playing evenly, but Pine City Area broke through with Lexa Valvoda scoring the first goal, assisted by Lena Roubinek. The second period saw Hopkins/St. Louis Park respond with Avery Shaw evening the score late in the period, setting up a tense finish.
The third period was a deadlock with no goals scored, despite both teams’ efforts. The stalemate led to an overtime period, where Pine City Area’s Madison Perreault scored the game-winning goal, ensuring a hard-fought victory for her team.
Both teams had several power play opportunities; Pine City Area went 0 for 5 and Hopkins/St. Louis Park went 0 for 3, with neither team able to capitalize on the advantage. Pine City Area dominated the shot count with 45 attempts to Hopkins/St. Louis Park’s 23, reflecting their offensive aggression.
Penalties were frequent in this game, with Pine City Area incurring 6 minutes on 3 infractions, while Hopkins/St. Louis Park had 10 minutes on 5 infractions. The game was clean in overtime with no penalties, leading to Pine City Area’s decisive goal.
In the end, Pine City Area’s ability to execute in overtime made the difference in a closely contested game.
River Lakes 4
Litchfield/Dassel Cokato 2
River Lakes came out with the win over Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato in a game that was highlighted by a high number of shots and a handful of penalties, ending with a score of 4-2 in favor of River Lakes.
The game started quickly with River Lakes’ Abby Storms scoring just 12 seconds into the first period, assisted by Sophia Hess. Ayla McLellan added to the lead with a power play goal, again with an assist from Hess. Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato’s Camryn Iverson cut the deficit with an even-strength goal later in the period.
The second period saw each team scoring once, with Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato’s Krista Tormanen scoring on a power play and River Lakes’ Storms netting her second of the game, each team demonstrating both offensive capabilities and resilience.
In the third period, River Lakes’ Aubree McDonagh scored the final goal of the game, with Storms contributing on the assist, solidifying the win for River Lakes.
The shot count was relatively close throughout the game, with Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato outshooting River Lakes 45 to 32. However, River Lakes was more efficient, converting more of their opportunities into goals.
Penalties were a factor, with River Lakes accumulating 10 minutes on 5 infractions, and Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato incurring 6 minutes on 3 infractions. The game saw a mix of minor penalties, including tripping, hooking, body checking, and roughing, indicative of a competitive match.
Despite the penalties and the pressure from Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato, River Lakes maintained their lead and secured the win with effective scoring and solid defense when it counted.
New Ulm 2
New Ulm secured a solid 2-0 win against Luverne in a game that had strong defensive play and effective use of scoring opportunities.
The first period was a defensive battle with neither team able to score, despite several attempts on goal. New Ulm broke the deadlock shortly into the second period, with Madalynn Olson scoring off assists from Afton Hulke and Jersey Haugen. Not long after, Malorie Anderson doubled New Ulm’s lead with another even-strength goal, which would eventually prove to be the last goal of the game.
The third period continued without any addition to the scoreline, as both teams failed to convert on their power play opportunities; New Ulm went 0 for 2 and Luverne 0 for 3. Luverne attempted to mount pressure with 13 shots in the third period but was unable to find the back of the net.
Luverne outshot New Ulm 33 to 27 over the course of the game, but New Ulm’s goaltender and defense held firm to maintain the shutout. Penalties were relatively few, with New Ulm incurring 6 minutes on 3 infractions and Luverne 4 minutes on 2 infractions, but none of these penalties resulted in power-play goals.
The game ended with New Ulm celebrating the victory, having capitalized on their scoring chances and successfully killed off all penalties to keep Luverne at bay.
Park Of Cottage Grove 4
Metro South 3
Park of Cottage Grove held on to win 4-3 against Metro-South.
Park of Cottage Grove dominated the first period with a barrage of goals. Lauren Osland quickly scored two consecutive goals, followed by Addie Corkish and Keira Brennan finding the net as well, giving Park a substantial 4-0 lead. This early offensive outburst set the tone for the remainder of the game.
Metro-South, however, began their comeback in the second period with Ella Bond scoring an even-strength goal. Bond continued her impressive performance into the third period, scoring both a power play goal and another even-strength goal, completing a hat-trick and bringing the scoreline to a narrow 4-3.
Despite Metro-South’s comeback attempt and dominating the third period with 13 shots to Park’s 13, Park of Cottage Grove managed to hold off their opponents for the win. Park of Cottage Grove went 0 for 1 on the power play, while Metro-South converted 1 of their 3 power play opportunities.
Penalties seemed to play a significant role in the third period, with Park of Cottage Grove accumulating 6 minutes on 3 infractions, which Metro-South capitalized on once. Conversely, Metro-South only had a single 2-minute
Minnesota River 3
Rochester Mayo 1
Minnesota River came out on top with a 3-1 victory over Rochester Mayo.
The first period passed without any goals, but both teams were active with penalties. Rochester Mayo incurred three minor penalties, but Minnesota River was unable to capitalize on the power play.
The second period saw the ice break with Minnesota River’s Zetta Haugen scoring an even-strength goal, assisted by Callie Voeltz. Rochester Mayo equalized late in the period with a goal from Josie Fulton, with Elle Roth and Claire Siems assisting.
In the final period, Minnesota River pulled ahead with two even-strength goals. Makenna Mueller scored the go-ahead goal with assists from Mckenna Andresen and Kaylee Gogerty, and Andresen later scored to extend the lead.
Neither team could make use of their power plays throughout the game, with Rochester Mayo going 0 for 3 and Minnesota River 0 for 4. Minnesota River outshot Rochester Mayo with 31 shots to 21, indicating more offensive pressure.
Penalties were a factor, with Rochester Mayo accumulating 8 minutes on 4 infractions and Minnesota River 6 minutes on 3 infractions. The penalties disrupted the flow for both teams, but the game remained relatively close until Minnesota River’s two third-period goals secured their win.
North Wright County 9
North Wright County delivered an outstanding performance, Beating Minneapolis with a decisive 9-0 victory.
The game took off with North Wright County establishing a strong lead in the first period with four consecutive even-strength goals from Leila Dalum, Adrienne Hansen, Lucy Felling, and Ali Schaefer. This set a dominant tone for the remainder of the match.
North Wright County’s momentum continued unabated into the second period, where they replicated their first-period performance by adding another four goals to the scoreboard. Hansen and Landkammer both scored their second goals of the game, with Dani Weiland and Eva Nelson each contributing a goal on power plays.
In the third period, North Wright County added one more goal to their tally with Katie Lemke scoring late in the period, assisted by Piper Peterson.
Minneapolis struggled throughout the game, only managing a total of 7 shots compared to North Wright County’s 53. The power play chances were few, with Minneapolis failing to capitalize on their single opportunity and North Wright County converting 2 out of 4.
Penalty minutes were significantly higher for Minneapolis, who had 8 minutes on 4 infractions, while North Wright County had just a single 2-minute penalty. The disciplined play and offensive efficiency of North Wright County were key factors in their commanding win.
Sartell/Sauk Rapids 2
Northern Tier 3
Northern Tier took the victory over Sartell/Sauk Rapids in a closely fought hockey game that went into overtime, ending with a score of 3-2.
The first period saw no goals, but both teams incurred penalties. Sartell/Sauk Rapids took the lead early in the second period with Kaitlyn Lindberg scoring an even-strength goal, assisted by Emily Vanvickle and Olivia Schlect. Northern Tier responded with a goal from Ariel Carlsten, tying the game.
In the third period, Northern Tier’s Jaden Kozak scored to take the lead, only for Sartell/Sauk Rapids’ Abby Swanson to score late in the period, sending the game into overtime.
The overtime period was brief, with Northern Tier’s Taylor Kozak scoring the winning goal, assisted by Brooklyn Carlsten and Kennedy Cusick.
Neither team was able to capitalize on their power play opportunities, with Sartell/Sauk Rapids going 0 for 1 and Northern Tier 0 for 3. Sartell/Sauk Rapids outshot Northern Tier 33 to 24, but Northern Tier was more efficient with their opportunities.
Penalties were a factor, with Sartell/Sauk Rapids incurring 6 minutes on 3 infractions compared to Northern Tier’s 2 minutes on 1 infraction. The game was clean in the overtime period, with no penalties, allowing for the fast resolution of the match.
Northern Tier’s victory was a testament to their perseverance, pushing through to secure the win in overtime after a tight match.
Prior lake 4
New Prague 1
Prior Lake took the victory over New Prague with a final score of 4-1 in a game that saw both teams having several power play opportunities but only New Prague capitalizing on one.
The first period started with New Prague’s Makayla Prochaska scoring on a power play, but this was almost immediately answered by Prior Lake’s Bella Sterns scoring an even-strength goal, ending the first period tied at 1-1.
The second period was all Prior Lake, with Raya Mathiason and Sydney Kashmark scoring even-strength goals, giving them a 3-1 lead.
In the third period, Prior Lake cemented their lead with an empty-net goal from Clara Gillen, assisted by Abby Grove, making it 4-1.
Despite numerous power plays, New Prague was 1 for 4 and Prior Lake was 0 for 5, indicating tight penalty killing from both teams. However, the shot count was heavily in favor of Prior Lake, who registered 41 shots on goal to New Prague’s 16.
Penalties were frequent, with New Prague accumulating 10 minutes on 5 infractions and Prior Lake 8 minutes on 4 infractions. The penalties disrupted the flow of the game but ultimately Prior Lake managed to outplay New Prague, both in terms of scoring and defending against power plays.
Robinsdale Armstrong/Cooper 3
Breck mounted a strong comeback to defeat Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper with a final score of 6-3, after trailing in the first period.
The game began with Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper taking an early lead thanks to Ruby Monogue’s goal, but Breck quickly responded with Lauren Strothman leveling the score. However, Claire Riestenberg regained the lead for Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper with a power play goal.
In the second period, Breck took control with Taylor Hall and Mary Knoll scoring, but Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper’s Lydia College managed to tie the game once again. The period ended with both teams locked at 3-3.
Breck dominated the third period with Knoll adding another goal to her tally, followed by Stella Strothman and Taylor Hall scoring empty-net goals, bringing the score to 6-3.
Both teams had several power plays; Breck went 0 for 2 while Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper converted 1 of their 4 opportunities. Breck outshot Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper with 39 shots to 24, reflecting their offensive strength.
Penalties were frequent, contributing to the fluctuating dynamics of the game. Breck incurred 10 minutes on 5 infractions, while Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper had 6 minutes on 3 infractions. The third period saw no penalties, allowing for uninterrupted play during which Breck solidified their victory.
Edina delivered a commanding performance with a 5-0 shutout win over Rogers.
The scoring opened in the first period with Edina’s Camille Dubuc finding the net, followed by Whitney Horton doubling the lead before the end of the period. In the second period, Edina continued to build on their advantage with goals from Kaylee Idrogo-Lam and Hannah Halverson. Cate McCoy added the final goal in the third period to seal the victory for Edina.
Both teams had power play opportunities, but neither could capitalize, with Edina going 0 for 2 and Rogers 0 for 4. Edina dominated the shot count with 35 attempts to Rogers’ 13, demonstrating their offensive control.
Penalties were somewhat frequent, with Edina incurring 8 minutes on 4 infractions, including a minor for too many players on the ice, and Rogers receiving 4 minutes on 2 infractions. Despite the penalties, Edina’s defense and goaltending held strong, preventing Rogers from scoring.
Edina’s solid defense, consistent scoring, and ability to maintain a shutout led them to a clean victory over Rogers.
Bloomington Jefferson secured a narrow victory over Shakopee with a score of 4-3 in an evenly matched game.
The first period started strongly for Bloomington Jefferson with Jana Lesch scoring an even-strength goal, but Shakopee quickly equalized with a power play goal by Hannah Grabianowski. Aaliyah Lawrence then put Bloomington Jefferson back in the lead with another even-strength goal.
Lesch widened Bloomington Jefferson’s lead in the second period with her second goal of the game. Shakopee’s Carmen Benedict managed to pull one back, keeping the game within reach.
In the third period, Bloomington Jefferson’s Kendall Thorman scored, but Benedict responded with her second goal for Shakopee, maintaining the pressure until the end.
Neither team was particularly successful on the power play, with Bloomington Jefferson failing to capitalize on their single chance and Shakopee converting one of their three opportunities.
The shot count was almost even, with Bloomington Jefferson taking 25 shots to Shakopee’s 24. Penalties were a common thread throughout the game, with Bloomington Jefferson racking up 8 minutes on 4 infractions and Shakopee not far behind with 6 minutes on 3 infractions.
Despite the penalties and the close shot count, Bloomington Jefferson managed to hold onto their lead and emerge with the win in this closely contested matchup.
St.Paul/Two Rivers 6
Osseo/Park Center 1
Cretin-Derham Hall 2
Prarie Centre 2
Morris/Benson Area secured a solid victory over Prairie Centre with a 6-2 score, showcasing their offensive strength and power play efficiency.
The first period was scoreless, but Prairie Centre opened the second period by capitalizing on their power play opportunities, with Kyra Swanson and Natasha Ludwig scoring back-to-back goals. Morris/Benson Area quickly responded, with Karlie Bruns and Charli Erdahl leading a scoring rally that included four unanswered goals in the second period, turning the tide of the game in their favor.
In the third period, Bruns continued her impressive performance, scoring on a power play and then again at even strength, completing a hat trick and extending Morris/Benson Area’s lead to 6-2.
Both teams were perfect on the power play, with Prairie Centre going 2 for 2 and Morris/Benson Area 1 for 1. The shot count was overwhelmingly in favor of Morris/Benson Area with 57 shots to Prairie Centre’s 12, indicating their control over the game and consistent offensive pressure.
Penalties were relatively few, with Prairie Centre incurring a minor penalty and Morris/Benson Area receiving two minor penalties. Despite fewer opportunities, Morris/Benson Area’s power play goal contributed to their robust lead and eventual win.
The game concluded with Morris/Benson Area maintaining their lead and finishing strong, despite Prairie Centre’s early surge in the second period.
Apple Valley 12
Rochester Century/John Marshall 0
Apple Valley dominated Rochester Century/John Marshall with a remarkable 12-0 shutout victory.
The scoring began in the first period with Apple Valley’s Makayla Moran scoring short-handed, followed by a rapid succession of goals from Leila Korkowski, Mia Dahl, Brinley Gretz, and another from Korkowski, ending the period with a 5-0 lead.
Korkowski continued her scoring streak into the second period, completing a hat trick. Jordyn Thies, Moran (with two additional goals, one short-handed), Molly Hentges, and Avery Ryan all found the back of the net, further extending Apple Valley’s lead to a staggering 11-0 by the end of the period.
In the third period, Makayla Gore added one more to the tally, bringing the final score to 12-0. Despite multiple penalties, Apple Valley managed to keep Rochester Century/John Marshall from capitalizing on their power plays, with the latter going 0 for 5.
Apple Valley was consistently strong offensively, amassing 44 shots on goal to Rochester Century/John Marshall’s 13. Penalties were notably in favor of Apple Valley with 12 minutes on 6 infractions, whereas Rochester Century/John Marshall had only 2 minutes on 1 infraction.
Apple Valley’s scoring efficiency and defensive solidity were on full display, securing them a decisive victory.
South St.Paul 4
The penalty minutes were lopsided, with Worthington accumulating 13 minutes on 5 infractions compared to Mankato West’s 2 minutes on 1 infraction.
The scoring summary of the game unfolded as follows: In the first period, Mankato West quickly took control with goals from #5 Marleigh Jordan at 1:45, #14 Emily Kane at 4:51, and Emily Kane again at 11:07. All of these goals were scored at even strength. In the second period, Mankato West’s #15 Maleah Giesen extended the lead at 1:11, while Worthington managed to score their lone goal at 6:57 with #18 Breeta Johnson finding the net. In the third period, Mankato West continued their scoring spree with goals from #22 Maree Zimmerman at 6:19, Maleah Giesen at 6:51, and Maleah Giesen again at 13:10.
Penalties were also a part of the game, with Worthington’s Peyton Nickel and Madeline Peterson receiving tripping penalties in the first period, and Leah Nelson getting a cross-checking penalty in the second period. Mankato West’s Tori Tosch received a body checking penalty in the second period. In the third period, Worthington’s Peyton Nickel got a hooking penalty, and Sadie Nickel received a major penalty for head contact at 13:10.
Northfield secured a 36-21 victory over Rosemount. The game featured a total of 24 minutes in penalties, with Rosemount accumulating 14 minutes on 7 infractions and Northfield receiving 10 minutes on 5 infractions. The scoring summary began in the first period when Rosemount’s #41 Audrey Boll scored an even-strength goal at 4:00 with an assist from #22 Annalee Holzer. In the second period, Northfield’s #13 Emerson Garlie found the net at 0:46, followed by a power-play goal from #21 Mia Miller at 4:29, assisted by #9 Ayla Puppe. Rosemount responded with a power-play goal from #36 Cece Hanson at 8:57, with an assist from #8 Zoe Juncker, and Northfield answered back with a power-play goal from #9 Ayla Puppe at 9:55, assisted by #11 Grace McCoshen. In the third period, Rosemount’s #22 Annalee Holzer scored a power-play goal at 14:35, assisted by #8 Zoe Juncker, while Northfield’s #3 Isabelle Stephes netted a power-play goal at 16:45, assisted by #9 Ayla Puppe. The game was marked by a competitive display of scoring and penalties, ultimately resulting in Northfield’s victory.
Red Wing emerged victorious with an 8-5 scoreline against Winona. Both teams had some success on the power play, with Red Wing converting 1 of their 3 power-play opportunities (33.33%), while Winona scored on their only power play, boasting a 100.0% success rate. The shot statistics showed Red Wing’s dominance, as they fired a total of 55 shots on goal, while Winona managed 18 shots.
The scoring summary unfolded as follows: In the first period, Winona’s #15 Avery Engbrecht opened the scoring with a short-handed goal at 4:14, but Red Wing quickly responded with a power-play goal from #17 Grace Handwerk at 8:26, assisted by #19 Allison Kruger. Just 37 seconds later, Red Wing took the lead with a goal from #20 Taya Cordes, assisted by #26 Tatum Zylka and #17 Grace Handwerk. Winona’s #12 Maysa Bruemmer tied the game at 2-2 with a goal at 14:46, assisted by #3 Kasja Kovala. However, Red Wing regained the lead at 16:00 with a goal from #5 Cheyenne Tyler, assisted by #28 Nora Meyer.
In the second period, Red Wing extended their lead with goals from Cheyenne Tyler at 2:01 and Taya Cordes at 4:28, with Winona’s Avery Engbrecht scoring at 3:15. Winona’s Kasja Kovala scored a power-play goal at 8:46, narrowing the gap. Red Wing’s #16 Gabrielle Knowlton found the net at 12:15, giving Red Wing a 6-4 lead.
In the third period, Cheyenne Tyler scored her third goal of the game for Red Wing at 12:26. Winona’s Kasja Kovala added a short-handed goal at 14:49, but Red Wing’s #25 Jessica Gabbert sealed the victory with a goal at 16:52, assisted by Taya Cordes.
Penalties were a part of the game, with Winona accumulating 6 minutes on 3 infractions and Red Wing receiving 2 minutes on 1 infraction. The game featured an exciting display of scoring and competitive play, ultimately resulting in Red Wing’s win.
Grand Rapids/Greenway secured a 3-2 victory over Bemidji. The power-play performance favored Grand Rapids/Greenway, who converted 1 of their 3 opportunities at a 33.33% success rate, while Bemidji struggled to capitalize on their 4 power-play chances, resulting in a 0.0% success rate. The shot statistics were also in favor of Grand Rapids/Greenway, as they registered 25 shots on goal, while Bemidji managed 22.
The scoring summary for the game unfolded as follows: In the first period, Bemidji’s #8 Samantha Nistler opened the scoring with an even-strength goal at 7:32, assisted by #29 MaKenna Dreher. However, Grand Rapids/Greenway quickly responded at 8:31 with a goal from #12 Mercury Bischoff, also at even strength, assisted by #17 Samantha Earhart.
In the second period, Grand Rapids/Greenway took the lead with a power-play goal at 6:06 from #14 Opal Anderson, assisted by #8 Kylie DeBay and #5 Cali Madsen.
The third period saw Bemidji tying the game at 2-2 with a goal from #2 Megan Berg at 6:48, assisted by #44 Naomi Johnson and #22 Bailey Rupp. However, Grand Rapids/Greenway regained the lead and secured the victory at 13:47 with another goal from #12 Mercury Bischoff, assisted by #8 Kylie DeBay and #21 Molly Pierce.
Penalties were a part of the game, with Grand Rapids/Greenway accumulating 10 minutes on 5 infractions and Bemidji receiving 8 minutes on 4 infractions. The game featured competitive play and a thrilling display of scoring, ultimately resulting in Grand Rapids/Greenway’s win.
Forest lake 4
East Ridge 2