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Prep hockey: Luverne teams win; Worthington beaten

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WASECA — Outshooting Worthington 40-15, Waseca doubled Worthington 8-4 Saturday in high school girls hockey. The Bluejays outscored the Trojans 4-0 in the first period, which was the eventual margin of victory.

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Allison Kremer scored Worthington’s first two goals in the second period, the first one assisted by Betsy Thompson. Thompson scored the next Trojans goal in the third period on a power play. And Bailey Kruse closed out the scoring for the Trojans, with an assist from McKayla Gravenhof.

Worthington 0 2 2 — 4

Waseca 4 1 3 — 8

Luverne 10, M/B 2

BENSON — Moving to 19-3 on the season, Luverne had no trouble with Morris/Benson. Mariah Aukes had four goals to lead the way and Makayla Sterrett had three. Madisyn Dingmann scored twice.

Luverne put 50 shots on goal to Morris/Benson’s 19.

Luverne 3 4 3 — 10

M/Benson 1 1 0 — 2

Boys hockey

Waseca 11, Worthington 2

WASECA — Host Waseca took control from the outset, outscoring Worthington 6-0 in the first period.

Kody Honius scored both of Worthington’s goals, getting his first in the second period on a power play, assisted by Evan Eggers. He scored his next in the third period on assists by Nick Newman and Andrew Johnson.

Cody Ulfers had a hat trick for Waseca, scoring two of his three goals in the first period when the Bluejays outshot Worthington 23-2. Michael Priebe added two goals for the winners.

For the game, Waseca had 54 shots on goal compared to Worthington’s 17.

Worthington 0 1 1 — 2

Waseca 6 2 3 — 11

Luverne 10, M/B 4

BENSON — Gunnar Olson had a hat trick to lead Luverne past Morris/Benson, but the Cardinals didn’t get off to a great start. Morris/Benson led 3-2 in the first period before the visitors outscored the home team 8-1 the rest of the way.

Toby Sengvongxay and Connor Hoffman scored twice for Luverne while Jordan Dingmann, Jackson Frankenhoff and Andrew Verhey had single goals.

Luverne 3 4 3 — 10

M/Benson 3 1 0 — 4

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