Prep report: East outshoots Superior in 4-2 win
Duluth East outshot Superior 39-11 and defeated the Spartans 4-2 in a high school boys hockey game Tuesday night at Heritage Arena. Max Tardy and Derek Forbort each scored a goal and added an assist for the sixth-ranked Greyhounds (16-3-1). Tardy...
Duluth East outshot Superior 39-11 and defeated the Spartans 4-2 in a high school boys hockey game Tuesday night at Heritage Arena.
Max Tardy and Derek Forbort each scored a goal and added an assist for the sixth-ranked Greyhounds (16-3-1). Tardy's goal was his team-high 23rd.
Mitch Kontny had a goal and an assist for Superior (12-6).
Duluth Denfeld 5, Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 1
Cody Hotchkin recorded a hat trick to lead the Hunters (12-9, 4-1) to the Lake Superior Conference win at Cloquet Area Recreation Center.
Hotchkin, who scored the game's first goal, added two in the second period to break a 1-1 tie and give him 17 goals this season.
Duluth Marshall 5, Duluth Central 2
Pat Mahoney scored two short-handed goals to lead the Hilltoppers (11-7-1, 3-1) to the LSC win at Mars Lakeview Arena.
Matt Erickson made 45 saves to keep Central (7-11-2, 1-4-1) in the game.
Hermantown 5, Bemidji 3
The visiting Hawks scored three goals in the second period and added two in the third to win the nonconference game at John Glas Fieldhouse.
Branden Perrault, Grant Huttel, Kurt Peterson, Adam Krause and Jeff Paczynski scored for the fifth-ranked Hawks (18-2), who won their third straight game.
International Falls 9, Two Harbors 1
Daniel Eldien had a five-point game (one goal, four assists) to lead the Broncos past the host Agates.
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 3, Hibbing-Chisholm 1
Melissa Clark scored twice on Bluestreaks goalie Kaye Collier, who made 37 saves in the nonconference game in Hibbing.
Duluth Central 56, Duluth Marshall 54
Ben Poppen scored 20 points and made the game-winning field goal in the lane with 3.8 seconds left to lift the host Trojans to the LSC victory.
superior 64, proctor 29
Brent Engstrom scored 24 points as the visiting Spartans (11-2, 7-0) won their 26th consecutive conference game and took sole possession of first place in the LSC.
Cloquet 68, Hermantown 54
The visiting Lumberjacks (10-7, 8-0) went on a 9-0 run late in the first half to secure the LSC victory over the Hawks.
International Falls 81, Ely 50
Broncos senior forward Aaron Skoglund topped 1,000 points for his career with a 28-point performance against the Timberwolves, putting him at 1,016.
Barnum 78, Hermantown 54
The top-ranked Bombers (19-0) raced to a 56-29 halftime lead en route to the nonconference win, their 42nd in their last 43 home games.
Katie Myhre made seven 3-pointers for 21 points and teammate Katrina Newman added 22 for Barnum, which won its 23rd straight regular-season game.
Duluth East 62, Duluth Central 30
Marisa Yernatich scored 23 points and added 15 rebounds as the host Greyhounds evened their record at 11-11.