Bowlby nets two goals as Panthers prevail
#7AA Lakeville North 3, #10AA Lakeville South 1
In a battle of the Lakevilles, it was Lakeville North who prevailed with a 3-1 win, scoring three unanswered goals after Lakeville South’s Brynn O’Neill got Lakeville South on board. O’Neill scored after both teams skated to a scoreless first period.
It took Lakeville North until the 12-minute mark of the second period to get on board when Ashley Wagenbach scored her seventh goal of the season and second in as many games. The team’s leading scorer Addie Bowlby gave Lakeville North a 2-1 lead with a goal with just 31 seconds left in the second period. It was Bowlby’s 37th goal of the season.
The score stayed 2-1 until Bowlby netted her 38th into an empty net as the Panthers improved to 19-2-1. Lakeville South‘s Claire Bronson made 31 saves as they fell to 18-2-3. Lakeville South will take on Eastview Thursday and No. 8AA Centennial/Spring Lake Park on Saturday. Lakeville North finishes with three road games at Apple Valley, Prior Lake and Shakopee.
#3A Dodge County 4, #5 AA Northfield 2
Northfield’s 23-game win streak was snapped Tuesday by No. 3A Dodge County. The Wildcats scored the game’s first three goals, dominating the first two periods by outshooting Northfield 33-9.
McKenna LaFleur, Mollie Koch and Nora Carstensen all scored for Dodge County with LaFleur and Koch’s goals coming on the power play.
Northfield’s Grace McCoshen finally got them on board late in the second for a 3-1 deficit. Ayla Puppe then scored her 57th goal of the season to pull the Raiders to within one at 3-2, but Carstensen scored her second of the game and 24th of the season midway through the third period for a 4-2 lead.
Dodge County held on the rest of the way and allowed just three shots in the third period. The Wildcats improved 18-3-0 on the season. They will finish up against Simley Thursday and Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper on Saturday. Northfield finishes their regular season Thursday against Mankato West.
Great team win tonight as the #4A DC Wildcats outshot undefeated #4AA Northfield 42-12 enroute to a 4-2 victory. Great team win and great fan support @mnhshockeytalk @YouthHockeyHub @KTTCSports @ABC6NEWS pic.twitter.com/xKuIVx9KvS
— DCwildcatgirlsHockey (@dcwildcats10) January 31, 2024
#4AA Andover 4, #14AA Champlin Park/Coon Rapids 1
Four different Huskies lit the lamp to lead Andover to a 4-1 win over Champlin Park/Coon Rapids. Amelia McQuay, Ella Thoreson, Samantha Angelotti and Avery Kasick scored for the Huskies who improved to 16-4-3. Champlin Park/Coon Rapids fell to 14-8-2. Andover will face No. 15AA Eden Prairie Thursday before finishing up their regular season against No. 12AA Stillwater Saturday. Champlin Park/Coon Rapids will host Wayzata in their season finale on Saturday.
#6AA Benilde-St. Margaret’s 5, Chaska/Chanhassen 0
Kendall Hassler had two goals and an assist and Ellie Stewart and Bailey Gray each had a goal and an assist to lead the Red Knights to their 18th win of the season (18-3-1). They still have three games remaining and will battle Cretin-Derham Hall, Waconia and finish against Hill-Murray next Tuesday.
#8AA Centennial/Spring Lake Park 4, Blaine 2
Centenial/Spring Lake Park improved to 21-1-2 with a 4-2 win over Blaine. Annabelle Buccicone and Alexis Larsen both had a goal and an assist and Kaitlin Groess had 24 saves to lead the Cougars. Bella Brady and Miyah Gunter both scored for Blaine, who fell to 10-10-4. They will finish their regular season Saturday against top-ranked Minnetonka. The Cougars will travel to No. 10AA Lakeville South.
#9AA Moorhead 6, Brainerd/Little Falls 0
Moorhead exploded for four goals in the second period as they shut out Brainerd/Little Falls. The puck got shared around as Moorhead had six different players score on the evening. Haylee Melquist, Samantha Stage, Clara Bernstrom, Ella Holm, Sydney Martinson and Kate Kosobud were all able to find the back of the net. Kosobud and Addie Moos each had two assists as well. Brainerd/Little Falls goalie Ericah Folden had 38 saves overall. Moorhead continues their dominant season and improves to 21-2-1. They will now host Gentry Academy on Saturday at 3 p.m.
#11AA Maple Grove 7, Osseo/Park Center 0
Maple Grove routed Osseo/Park and were firing on all cylinders in the first period as they put up four goals. Grace Erickson, Maddie Elfstrand, Harper Wieneke, Kelsey Olson, Bella Shipley and Hadley Bakaker all scored for Maple Grove. Osseo/Park Center’s goalie Alli Olson had 43 saves on the night. Maple Grove is now 17-6 and will play on the road against Hill-Murray on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
#17AA Holy Family 1, #14A Delano/Rockford 1 OT
Holy Family fired 68 shots on goal, but Kayla Simonson was up to the task with 67 saves for Delano/Rockford to secure a 1-1 tie. The Fire are now 12-10-2 and will cap off their regular season Friday at Mound Westonka/Southwest Christian. Delano/Rockford (13-9-1) will travel to Buffalo Thursday and host Hutchinson Saturday.
#18AA Grand Rapids/Greenway 5, Duluth 0
Mercury Bischoff’s-had a hat trick as Grand Rapids/Greenway defeated Duluth 5-0. It was Bischoff’s seventh hat trick on the season. The Minnesota State commit has 35 goals and 54 points through the team’s 24 games. They improved to 14-9-1 and will host Hibbing/Chisholm in their regular season finale Thursday.
#2A Orono 11, New Prague 0
Orono could not be stopped at home as they put together an impressive shutout over New Prague. Alexx Niccum, Maddy Kimbrel and Anika Fortin each had two goals apiece on the evening. Alex Christian, Zoe Lopez, Grace Bickett, Hannah Jones and Allie Pleimann all scored goals of their own as well. New Prague goal Ellie Schmidt had 48 saves overall. Orono will host Edina on Thursday.
Roseau 2, #5A Warroad 1
Goals by Jerrett Tietz and Lily Erickson and 24 saves by Jada Pelowski was enough as Roseau defeated rival Warroad 2-1. Just three days after the boys teams met at Hockey Day MN, the two girls rivals met at The Gardens in Warroad. Warroad’s Kaiya Sandy opened the scoring in the first period with her 13th goal of the season. Tietz tied it with her sixth of the season and Erickson won it with just over three minutes remaining in the game with her 15th goal of the season.
Roseau’s Pelowski also reached a career milestone with her 2,000th save. The Rams improved to 14-10-0 and will close out their regular season against Alexandria Friday. Warroad fell to 15-8-0 and will host Gentry Academy Friday before closing out against Rock Ridge on Saturday.
Congratulations Jada on the accomplishment and the win!! https://t.co/c9pazlPxrh
— Roseau Rams Hockey Online (@ramhockey) January 31, 2024
#6A Duluth Marshall 3, Gentry Academy 0
Duluth Marshall shut out Gentry Academy after a strong performance from Ilsa Lindaman who had two goals and one assist on the evening. Nina Thorson slipped in a third goal for Duluth Marshall off an assist from Lindaman in the second period. Gentry Academy’s Haylee Proulx put together 29 saves. Duluth Marshall improves to 19-3-0 following this win and will host Breck on Friday afternoon at 4 p.m.
#8A Breck 6, #13A Pine City 4
It was a high scoring affair between Breck and Pine City but Breck was able to escape with a win after a late game push from Pine City. Breck’s Laurne Strothman and Mackenna Schlieman each put in a pair of goals while Taylor Hall had two assists. Breck’s Malia Mikyska, Abby Aahaard Arissa Rydberg and Lexa Valvoda all scored for Pine City. Breck is now 18-6 and will play at Duluth Marshall on Friday at 4 p.m.
#9A Crookston 7, Detroit Lakes 1
Crookston ran up the score board with an impressive performance over Detroit Lakes. Addison Fee had a hat trick along with an assist. Kaylie Clauson, Parker Strand, Jocelyn Field and Taylor Field all scored as well. Cassie Solheim and Adley Vigness each had two assists in the dominate victory. Detroit Lakes goalie, Talyn Anderson, had 59 saves overall. Crookston improves to 15-8 and will host Thief River Falls on Thursday.
#11A Albert Lea 1, Owatonna 1 OT
Jayda Moyer stopped 43 shots for Albert lea as they held on to tie Owatonna 1-1. Her counterpart Leah Spencer was also impressive, making eight saves in overtime to help Owatonna preserve the tie. Grace Mitchell scored her 10th goal of the season for Owatonna and Morgan Goskeson had Albert Lea’s lone tally, her 36th.
#12A Willmar 3, Sartell/Sauk Rapids 2 OT
It took just 14 seconds for Chloe Lownsbury to score in overtime as No. 11A Willmar defeated Sartell/Sauk Rapids 3-2. The Cadinals overcame a 2-0 deficit after the Storm’N Sabres got goals from Brooke Pogatchnik and Cameron Lane. Wilmmar countered with goals from Avery Quinn and Avery Olson to tie it, setting up Lownsbury’s overtime winner. Willmar improved to 17-7-0 with the win. They finish their regular season Thursday against St. Cloud.
Alexandria 4, St. Cloud 3 OT
Kennedy Ellingson’s second goal of the game and 11th of the season gave Alexandria a 4-3 overtime win over St. Cloud. Molly Burkstrand had two goals and an assist for St. Cloud.
Farmington 4, Hastings 2
Lexi Giller had a hat trick and Taylor Risch added two assists to lead Farmington to a 4-2 win over Hastings. Giller, a freshman, has 11 goals on the season. Haley Siebenaler and Addie Seleski scored for Hastings.
Hopkins/St. Louis Park 3, Visitation 2
Brynn Etzell broke a 2-2 tie in the third period to give Hopkins/St. Louis Park a 3-2 win over Visitation. The teams traded goals with Anna Llyod getting Visitation on board in the first period. Lucy Johnson tied it until Gracia Munoz put Visitation back up 2-1. Adrienne DiGiulio tied it at 2-2 setting up Etzell’s game winner. Visitation finishes the regular season 3-22-0. Hopkins/SLP improved to 7-15-2 and wilo finish up Tuesday, Feb 6 against North/Tartan.
Luverne 6, Waseca 0
Luverne put together a dominating performance over Waseca as they came out firing in the first period with three goals. Luverne’s Macie Edstrom found the back of the net in the second period and Ellie Van Batavia scored twice in the third period. Bluejay’s Ilamay Draheim strung together a whopping 61 saves on the evening. Luverne is now 13-10 and will host Windom on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
Chisago Lakes 6, #15A River Lakes 1
Chisago Lakes made easy work of River Lakes defeating them 6-1 at home. Chisago Lakes is now 9-15 and will hit the road to play St. Paul/Two Rivers on Friday at 7 p.m.
Simley 1, Blake 0
Simley squeaked out a win over Blake after a single goal came from Taylor Ralston in the third period. Blake’s Janie McGawn had 39 saves on the night while Sydney Ries had 20 saves. Simley will host Dodge County on Thursday.. They are now 10-12 on the season.
Window 3, Morris Benson Area 2
Windom and Morris/Benson Area went into an overtime affair with Windom pulling out a 3-2 victory. Reagan Haugen scored the go-ahead game winning goal with help from Mataya Hall and Ella Dockter. Hall also scored in the first period and Madyson Fredin had a goal of her own as well. Karlie Bruns and Sadie Koehler each had goals from Morris/Benson Area. Window is now 10-12 and will play against Luverne on Thursday.
Rogers 7, Robbinsale Armstrong/Cooper 2
Rogers put together four goals in the first period behind the effort of Kamryn Messer, Lauren Swanson, Olivia Ohme and Brynne Bischoff. Bischoff scored again in the third period as well. Alexa Sherf and Avery Achterkirch each had goals of their own as well to help cap off the victory. Robbinsdale Armstrong/Cooper had two goals on the evening that came from Claire Riestenberg and Gabby Reidhead. Rogers will play at Elk River on Thursday at 7 p.m.
North St. Paul/Tartan 5, Red Wing 2
North St. Paul/Tartan had a strong offensive outing with goals from Katelyn Hackman, Madi McLellan, and Ellie Volkers. Alaina Hedberg had three assists and Ellie Revak chipped in two of her own. Red Wing put in two goals from Allison Kruger and Tatum Zylka. Red Wing goalie Allie Meyer had 26 saves. North St. Paul will play the Western Wisconsin Stars on Thursday.
Princeton/Big Lake/Becker 1, Northern Lakes 0
Princeton/Big Lake/Becker squeaked out a close game over Northern Lakes in overtime after Naiya Hanson was able to slip in a late game goal. Northern Lakes goalie Sarah Maroney had 15 saves on the evening. Princeton/Big Lake/Becker will go on the road to play Prairie Center on Thursday .
North Wright County 3, Wayzata 2
After two early Wayzata goals in the first period, North Wright County made a furious comeback after they scored three goals of their own in the second period. Leila Dalum, Piper Peterson and Alexa Larson each scored for North Wright County. North Wright County improves to 11-14 following this victory.
Bloomington Jefferson 4, Minneapolis 2
The Bloomington Jefferson offense proved to be too much for Minneapolis as they put together a four goal outing behind the strength of Jana Lesch, Kylie Jones and Charlotte Bellmont. Cara Krenz, Ava Ostlund and Aaliyah Lawrence each had an assist as well. Caitlin DeYoung and Oliva Carlson each scored for Minneapolis in the loss. Bloomington Jefferson’s next game will come at home against Woodbury on Friday.