PREP HOCKEY: Luverne falls in 3rd place game at Schwan CupBLAINE — Despite putting 31 shots on net, the Luverne Cardinals girls hockey team fell to the Brookings Rangers 4-3 in the third place game of the White Division at the Schwan Cup Tournament Saturday.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
BLAINE — Despite putting 31 shots on net, the Luverne Cardinals girls hockey team fell to the Brookings Rangers 4-3 in the third place game of the White Division at the Schwan Cup Tournament Saturday.
Brookings got on the board first, but the Cardinals’ Morgan Hohn tied it up at one apiece 7 minutes, 20 seconds into the first period.
The Rangers scored again 1 minute, 22 seconds into the second period to take back the lead, but Carly Serie put the puck past Brooking’s Devyn Preodoehl 7 minutes later to even things up again.
Brookings scored again late in the second to take a 3-2 lead heading into the third period.
The Rangers took a two goal lead over halfway through the third to make it 4-2. The Cardinals pulled their goalie in the final minutes of the period and were able to pick up one more goal, this time by Monique Aanenson.
However, Luverne was unable to tie it up before the end of the game.
The Cardinals (9-3) host Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek Friday.
Brookings 1 2 1 — 4
Luverne 1 0 2 — 3
Marshall 9, WHS 2
BLAINE — Betsy Thompson and Shelby Veen picked up goals for the Trojan girls hockey team in a loss to the Marshall Tigers in the seventh place game of the Open Division at the Schwan Cup Tournament Saturday.
Thompson scored her goal just 19 seconds into the opening frame, but the Tigers picked up two goals in the period to take the lead heading into the first intermission.
Marshall added three more goals in the second to grab a four goal cushion.
After the Tigers scored another three goals on the Trojans to open the third period, Veen put the puck in the net 6 minutes, 38 seconds in the period. Marshall added one more goal in the third to hit nine goals in the game.
Worthington’s’ Bailey Kruse made 31 saves on 40 shots in the game.
The Trojans (0-9) travel to Morris/Benson Area Saturday to take on the Storm.
WHS 1 0 1 — 2
Marshall 2 3 4 — 9
Achiever 4, WA 1
WASECA — Travis Janssen scored the only goal for the Windom Area Eagles boys hockey team in a loss to the Achiever NE Academy Aces at the Waseca Holiday Tournament Saturday.
Janssen was the only one to score in the first period, giving the Eagles a 1-0 lead after one. But the Aces evened things up late in the second on a power-play goal to make it 1-1 heading into the third period.
Achiever NE Academy scored three more times in the third, twice on the power-play, to run away with the win.
Ben Stubbe faced 29 shots on the day, stopping 25 of them for the Eagles. The Aces Parker Butler made 21 saves on 22 shots.
Windom Area (7-3) hosts Southwest Conference foe Redwood Valley Thursday.
WA 1 0 0 — 1
Achiever 0 1 3 — 4