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M-B outskates WHS boy pucksters, 8-2

The Morris-Benson high school boys hockey team outscored visiting Worthington 5-0 in the first period and held on Saturday afternoon for an 8-2 victory.

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BENSON -- The Morris-Benson high school boys hockey team outscored visiting Worthington 5-0 in the first period and held on Saturday afternoon for an 8-2 victory.

Zach Bruns had a hat trick for the Storm, and scored the first two goals of the game.

The Trojans collected both their goals in the second period. Junior forward Blake Luinenburg scored the first on a power play, with an assist from Andrew Benson. Freshman Dawson Duangapai scored the other goal as Luinenburg and Konner Honius had assists.

Morris-Benson out-shot Worthington 44-13 for the game, putting 22 shots on goal to Worthington's six in the first period, and out-shooting the visitors 12-6 and 10-1 in the next two periods.

M-B improved to 8-3 with the win. Worthington is 1-9.

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Worthington 0 2 0 -- 2

Morris-Benson 5 2 1 -- 8

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