LOCAL CLIPBOARD: Girls Hockey, girls basketball
Girls hockey Grand Forks 12, Jamestown 2 Grand Forks spurted to a 5-0 lead and never looked back in taking care of Jamestown on Saturday at Eagles Arena. Senior forward Allison Mulroy put two in the net in the opening period to put Grand Forks on...
Grand Forks 12,
Grand Forks spurted to a 5-0 lead and never looked back in taking care of Jamestown on Saturday at Eagles Arena.
Senior forward Allison Mulroy put two in the net in the opening period to put Grand Forks on its way to its sixth win in eight games. The KnightRiders put 46 shots on goal in the rout, as compared to the Blue Jays’ 7.
“We did a lot of good things today,” said Grand Forks coach Alex Hedlund. “We moved the puck well, implemented our defense and our offense put up quite a few shots. We had three defensemen score, so good things were happening.”
Freshman Abigail Schauer scored three goals and had two assists for the KnightRiders, who travel to East Grand Forks Senior High on Tuesday. Freshman Payton Kriewald scored her first varsity goal in the second period and added another in the third.
Fergus Falls 2,
EGF Senior High 1
All the scoring was done in the second period as Fergus Falls claimed a road win Saturday.
Senior High got on the scoreboard first on a Nicole Schlenk goal 28 seconds into the second. But the Otters answered on goals from Hannah Baker and Abby Hobbest.
McKenzie Whalen had 23 saves for the Wave, while Mady Eklund turned back 22 shots for Fergus Falls.
Red River 66,
Fargo North 29
FARGO - Lexi Robson scored 24 points to lead Grand Forks Red River past Fargo North on Saturday. The Roughriders improved to 3-1.
Hannah Arason added 13 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double
“Defensively, we had a good effort,” said Red River coach Kent Ripplinger. “We were happy with our effort. Offensively, we did a nice job of sharing the ball and finding the open player.”
Flores wins title
VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- Issac Flores of East Grand Forks Senior High-Sacred Heart won the 195-pound title Saturday at the Valley City holiday tournament.
The top finishers for Grand Forks Central were Brady Terrill (second), Hector Hernandez (third), Gordon Isler (third) and Carlos Balboa (third).
Wahpeton won the team title with 207.5 points. Central was fifth with 134 points and East Grand Forks 11th with 33 points.
“We wrestled pretty well as a team today,” said Central coach Jeff Welsh. “We had a very good final round. We still have some work to do to catch some of the East Region teams that finished ahead of us today.”
Central wrestles at Fargo Davies on Tuesday.
- Herald staff reports