Girls hockey: Fairmont routs Trojans, Luverne defeats Marshall
FAIRMONT —Fairmont used seven first period goals to pull away from Worthington in a girls hockey game Tuesday night.
The Cardinals defeated the Trojans 15-1 on their home ice.
Freshman center Taylor Nuss achieved a hat trick for Fairmont while Jalyssa Wilson added two scores of her own in the win.
Worthington’s goal came as Allison Kramer took a solo shot at the 14:47 mark of the second period. Amanda Bristow had 64 saves in net for the Trojans, who dropped to 0-6.
Worthington travels to Luverne for a 5:30 p.m. contest Thursday night.
WHS 0 1 0 —1
Fairmont 7 2 6 —15
Luverne 5, Marshall 2
MARSHALL —The Luverne Cardinals hit three goals in the second period, helping them pull away from Marshall on the road.
Luverne earned the 5-2 win on the road.
Mariah Aukes and Makayla Sterrett each scored two goals for the Cards while Madisyn Dingmann added one.
In the net, Emilie Bartels had a dozen saves for Luverne.
Luverne 1 3 1 —5
Marshall 1 0 1 —2