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Trojans finish strong girls hockey weekend in Rochester

Worthington Trojans

ROCHESTER -- It’s a long way from Worthington to Rochester on Interstate 90, but it was well worth the weekend trip for the Worthington Trojans girls hockey team.

On Friday, the Trojans scored a season-high seven goals in a 7-2 victory over Rochester Mayo as Kessey Aljets, Riley Nickel and Ashton Fogelman each scored twice. On Saturday, the locals beat Rochester John Marshall by a 5-1 score.

Worthington outscored JM 4-0 in the third period to break a 1-1 deadlock after two.

“The girls had a great weekend. They are really starting to come together and work as a team,” said head coach Chad Nickel.

Aljets scored three times against John Marshall. Brynne White and Fogelman had the other goals.

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Makenna Nickel, Kory Nickel, Riley Nickel, Taya Oberloh and Fogelman had assists.

Greta Freed scored Rochester John Marshall’s only goal in the second period.

Worthington won despite being out-shot 39-32.

Worthington 0 1 4 -- 5

John Marshall 0 1 0 -- 1

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