YOUTH HOCKEY ROUNDUP: Marshall 12U girls win pair of games, Pee Wee B drops tough matchups

Left photo courtesy of Nicole Wichmann/Right photo courtesy of Alex Oey Left: The Marshall 12U girls hockey team competes against Luverne over the weekend. Right: Marshall goalie Justin Dwire tracks a Worthington player near the net in the Tigers' 8-2 loss on Sunday.

MARSHALL – The Marshall 12U girls and Pee Wee B boys hockey teams competed over the weekend, with 12U earning a pair of wins and Pee Wee B falling short in four games.

12U girls

Marshall 12U held their last two home games of the season. They came out with wins against Luverne 4-2 and New Ulm 1-0.

Scoring for the weekend were Piper Mellenthin, Olivia Lupkes, Abbey Foley, Emma Kolander and Aubrey Schaefer. Assists came from Olivia Lupkes, Jenae Davis, Abbey Foley, and Olivia DeGroot. Belle Deutz had a total of 18 saves for the weekend.

The team will be on the road this weekend, traveling to Windom on Sunday.

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Pee Wee B

The Marshall Amateur Hockey Association Pee Wee B team had a full weekend of games, but were unable to come away with a win despite several strong games, going 0-4.

On Friday night, the Tigers faced off against New Ulm/Sleepy Eye, falling 14-0. The Eagles jumped out to a five-goal lead in the first period, extending it with eight goals in the second and a final goal at the buzzer in the third to win 14-0. Carson Becker had a busy night in net with 39 saves.

On Saturday morning the Tigers battled Windom, outshooting the Eagles 29-19, but a goal in the third would be the difference giving Windom the 1-0 win. Justin Dwire saved 18 shots in the loss.

Saturday afternoon pitted Marshall against Redwood Area. The Cardinals scored two goals in each period, holding Marshall to eight shots on goal in a 6-0 win. Becker finished the day with 31 saves.

On Sunday Marshall played host to Worthington. The Trojans struck first, netting a pair of goals before Brenden Weller would score the first Tiger goal of the weekend at 12:46. Weller would strike again at 13:00 in the third period, but a four-goal second period and two more in the third would give Worthington the 8-2 win. Dwire finished the game with 25 saves for Marshall.

The Tigers will be back in action on Friday when they host the Pee Wee Prairie Shootout at the Red Baron Arena. They will face Huron (S.D.) at 5:45 p.m.

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