Eight to watch: Girls hockey
Kylie Lane, Roseau The junior forward is off to a fast start, tallying 11 points in just two games. She's building off of a strong season in which she scored 24 goals and added 18 assists for 42 points. Mary Loken, Roseau The junior forward was t...
The junior forward is off to a fast start, tallying 11 points in just two games. She's building off of a strong season in which she scored 24 goals and added 18 assists for 42 points.
The junior forward was the top scorer for the Rams last season. She had 28 goals and added 37 assists for 65 points. She already has seven points in two games this season.
The senior forward was one of the top scorers for the Pirates last season. She tallied 19 goals and added 36 assists for 55 points during the regular season.
The senior was strong in goal for the section runner-up Warriors last season. She posted a 1.39 goals-against average, .921 save percentage and had eight shutouts.
The senior is one of the best puck-moving defensemen in the section. Scheving is coming off of a strong junior season, one in which she had four goals and 20 assists.
The junior defenseman is a key cog in Warroad's strong defense. She had an 11-game stretch last season where she was not on the ice for an opponent goal. She also scored seven times herself.
The junior was one of the best defensemen in the section last season. Wheelhouse scored 16 goals and added 26 assists for 42 points and was the team's defensive MVP.
The senior forward led the defending section champion Pirates in scoring last season. She tallied 51 goals and added 37 assists for 88 points, gaining all-state honors.