MN Girls High School hockey game recaps 11-18-2023

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Holy Angels 3
Warroad 2

In a thrilling girls high school hockey game it was the Academy of Holy Angels beating Warroad with a score of 3-2. The game was tied with no score in the first period. Academy of Holy Angels then took the lead with a goal by Avery Mullin at 2:16 in the second period, followed by two more goals in the third period by Masyn Mullin at 0:24 and Anya Anderson at 4:42. Warroad made a late-game attempt to rally with two goals within 8 seconds by Kaiya Sandy at 14:04 and Jaylie French at 14:12, but Academy of Holy Angels held on to win. This marked the first time Warroad has lost to a Class A school since 2021.  The Academy of Holy Angels capitalized on their single power play, while Warroad did not score on their two power play chances. The goalies for both teams were kept busy, with Academy of Holy Angels’ Zoe Rimstad making 25 saves on 27 shots, and Warroad’s Payton Rolli saving 21 out of 24 shots.

Edina 4
Proctor/Hermantown 2

In a competitive game, Edina faced off against Proctor/Hermantown and emerged victorious with a score of 4-2. Edina established an early lead with two goals in the first period by Hannah Halverson. Proctor/Hermantown answered back in the second period with a goal by Jane Eckstrom, but Edina’s Taylor Porthan widened the gap once more. The third period saw each team adding to their tally, with Whitney Horton scoring for Edina and Anika Burke for Proctor/Hermantown. Neither team was able to capitalize on their power plays. Edina’s goalie, Nora Hannan, made 15 saves, while Proctor/Hermantown’s Neelah McLeod stopped 23 shots.

Crookston 3
Fort Francis Ontario 1

Crookston defeated Fort Frances (Ontario) with a score of 3-1. After a scoreless first period, Crookston capitalized on two power-play opportunities with goals by Cassie Solheim at 7:24 and Taylor Field at 10:16 in the second period. Fort Frances’ Marlee Bliss managed to narrow the gap with an even-strength goal at 16:36. Crookston’s Emma LaPlante added an even-strength goal at 10:17 in the third period to seal the victory. Crookston outshot Fort Frances 50 to 12, and both goalies had strong performances, with Crookston’s goalie saving 11 of 12 shots and Fort Frances’ goalie saving 47 of 50 shots.

Delano/Rockford 3
Chisago Lakes 2

Delano/Rockford beat Chisago Lakes 3-2 after overtime. Delano/Rockford’s Ellie Chock and Kayleigh Olson scored in regular time, countered by Chisago Lakes’ Alyson Vogelsang with two goals. The game was tied at the end of the third period. In overtime, Kaelyn Wittwer scored the winning goal for Delano/Rockford. The goalies saw plenty of action, with Delano/Rockford’s goalie making 42 saves on 44 shots, and Chisago Lakes’ goalie saving 15 out of 18 shots

Fergus Falls 4
Marshall 0

It was Fergus Falls securing a win against Marshall with a score of 4-0. Lydia Johnson opened the scoring for Fergus Falls just under a minute into the game. The second period remained scoreless, but in the third, Fergus Falls extended their lead with three goals by Averie Tonneson and two by Hannah Johnson. Fergus Falls’ goalie, Ana Jyrkas, stopped all 12 shots for a shutout, while Marshall’s Lily Stelter made 20 saves out of 24 shots.

Windom 6
Austin 1

Windom overpowered Austin with a commanding 6-1 victory. Windom’s Madyson Fredin and Marissa Becker each netted two goals, with additional scores from Lyvia McManigle and Ella Dockter. Austin’s lone goal came from Brenna Haedt late in the third period. Windom capitalized on a power-play chance and took a total of 36 shots, while Austin had 14 shots on goal. Both teams incurred 8 minutes in penalties across 4 infractions.

Minnetonka 5
Andover 4

Minnetonka narrowly defeated Andover with a final score of 5-4 in a battle of 2 top ranked class AA teams. The details of the scoring are not visible on the page accessed, but this close game indicates a competitive matchup between the two teams.

Rosemount 2
Eastview 1

Rosemount edged Eastview with a score of 2-1. After two scoreless periods, each team netted a goal in the third, with Rosemount’s Annalee Holzer scoring at 5:00 and Eastview’s Ellie Patterson equalizing at 14:01. The game was decided quickly in overtime when Sophie Stramel scored for Rosemount just 46 seconds in. Both teams had multiple power-play opportunities (Rosemount 0 for 4 and Eastview 0 for 4) but did not capitalize. The goalies had strong performances, with Rosemount’s goalie saving 21 out of 22 shots and Eastview’s goalie saving 25 out of 27 shots.

River Lakes 2
Albert Lea 1

River Lakes beat Albert Lea with a score of 2-1. The game was tied at 1-1 after the second period with goals from River Lakes’ Sophia Hess and Albert Lea’s Hanna Austinson. The deciding goal came late in the third period from River Lakes’ Abby Storms. River Lakes capitalized on one of their four power plays, while Albert Lea did not score on their single power play opportunity. River Lakes’ goalie Kaydence Roeske made 21 saves on 22 shots, and Albert Lea’s Jayda Moyer saved 26 out of 28 shots.

South. St Paul 4
Rock Ridge 0

South St. Paul defeated Rock Ridge with a decisive score of 4-0. South St. Paul started strong, scoring three goals in the first period by Eva Beck at 0:57, Lily Pachl at 2:57, and Taylor Erickson at 11:36. Bailey Vesper added the final goal in the third period at 5:47. Rock Ridge was unable to score, despite two power-play opportunities. South St. Paul’s goaltender Molly Jeffrey achieved a shutout, saving all 10 shots, while Rock Ridge’s goalie Nola Kwiatkowski made 23 saves on 27 shots.