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Tuesday' Girls' Hockey roundup: Consistent pressure lifts Chaska/Chanhassen to 3-1 win over Bloomington Jefferson

By From Staff Reports, 01/20/16, 12:15AM CST


Jefferson goalie Mara McLain makes 44 saves in a losing effort.

CHASKA/CHANHASSEN 3, BLOOMINGTON JEFFERSON 1: Mollie Wise had a goal and two assists to lift the Hawks past the Jaguars. Lydia Passolt and Emilee Anderson also scored for the Hawks. Bailey Jackson stopped 20 shots for the Hawks. Chloe LaFond scored for the Jaguars. Mara McClain stopped 44 shots for the Jaguars.

EDINA 5, HOPKINS/ST. LOUIS PARK 1: Emily Oden had two goals and an assist to lead the Class 2A, No. 3 Hornets past the Royals. Mallory Uihlein, Lolita Fidler and Moly Myhre also scored for the Hornets. Annika Patterson scored for the Royals.

SOUTH ST. PAUL 2, MAHTOMEDI 0: Abigail Felton scored 10 seconds into the game and that proved to be the eventual game-winning goal for the Packers. Brooke Deering added an empty-net goal with just over one minute remaining to seal the victory. Kaity McKenzie stopped 19 shots for the shutout. Johanna Ficcadenti stopped 24 shots for the Zephyrs.

FOREST LAKE 3, EAST RIDGE 2: Kaitlyn VanTassel scored two goals to lead the Rangers past the Raptors. Madi Nolan also scored for the Rangers. Kaylee Remington stopped 31 shots for the Rangers. Siobhan Claugherty and Anya Hafiz scored for the Raptors. Chloe Heiting stopped 33 shots for the Raptors.

FARMINGTON 3, LAKEVILLE NORTH 1: Emily Auge stopped 25 shots to lift the Tigers past the Panthers. The Tigers jumped out to a two-goal lead less than six minutes into the game on goals from Ellie Moser and Bailey Kelley. Marissa Agerter capped the scoring in the second period. Morgan Manes scored for the Panthers.

CRETIN-DERHAM HALL 4, PARK OF COTTAGE GROVE 1: Jordan Hansen had a goal and an assist to lead the Raiders past the Wolfpack. Audrey Hapka, Emily King and Anna Klein also scored for the Raiders. Elle Crawford stopped 19 shots for the Wolfpack. Tina Press scored for the Wolfpack. Bryce Boreen stopped 37 shots for the Wolfpack.

HENRY SIBLEY 2, ST. PETER 0: Madi Kemp scored two goals to lead the Warriors past the Saints. The Warriors outshot the Saints 56-14, including a 23-5 edge in the first period.

HOLY FAMILY/WACONIA 4, ORONO 1: Chloe McEnelly had a goal and an assist to lead the Fire past the Spartans. Molly Garin, Mallory Vacek and Allyson Marris also scored for the Fire. Lexi Hartmann stopped 20 shots for the Fire. Sarah Harrison scored for the Spartans.

MINNEAPOLIS 4, ST. PAUL BLADES 1: Georgia Christman had a goal and two assists to lead Minneapolis past the Blades. Lila Maus, Lucy Riley and Alex Gaffney also scored for Minneapolis. Lilah Schulz stopped 21 shots for Minneapolis. Cassie Prescott scored for the Blades.

EAGAN 6, BURNSVILLE 1: Taylor Anderson had two goals and two assists to lead the Wildcats past the Blaze. Brooke Madsen had a goal and three assists, Sophia Bergman had two goals and an assist and Anna Krueger scored a goal for the Wildcats. Gentry Bakken scored for the Blaze. Lauren Bench stopped 42 shots for the Blaze.

WHITE BEAR LAKE 6, WOODBURY 0: Sarah Moy had two goals and an assist to lead the Bears past the Royals. Claudia Verkerke, Alexis Cooper, Corinne Watson and Kailee Snyder also scored for the Bears. Samantha Klemann stopped 15 shots for the shutout. Erica Gillen stopped 37 shots for the Royals.

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