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YOUTH HOCKEY ROUNDUP: MAHA Pee Wee B notches win, Pee Wee A, Squirt B Orange fall over weekend

Photo courtesy of Marshall Amateur Hockey Association Marshall’s Morgan Rokeh takes a shot while Braylon Oey looks on in their 7-2 loss on Saturday.

MARSHALL – Multiple Marshall Amateur Hockey Association teams competed over the weekend, with the Pee Wee A and Squirt B Orange teams dropping their games and the Pee Wee B team going 1-1-1 in three games.

Pee Wee A

The Marshall Amateur Hockey Association Pee Wee A team traveled to Sioux Falls, S.D. on Saturday, falling to the Flyers 6-3.

The Tigers battled hard in the first period. Easton Jiskoot got Marshall on the board with an assist from Owen Renslow. Renslow added an unassisted score late in the period, but the Tigers were down 3-2. Marshall held Sioux Falls to one goal in the second before Jiskoot connected with Renslow early in the third to make it a 4-3 game, but two more goals from the Flyers sealed the game 6-3 for Sioux Falls. Carson Becker finished the game with 21 saves in the loss.

The Pee Wee A team will be in action again this weekend when they play host to Morris/Benson on Saturday and Willmar on Sunday.

Marshall 2 0 1 – 3

Sioux Falls 3 1 2 – 6

Marshall Scoring

First Period

Easton Jiskoot (Owen Renslow), 6:28

Renslow (Unassisted), 13:35

Third Period

Renslow (Jiskoot), 3:16

Shots: M-16; SF-27

Saves: M-Carson Becker 21

Pee Wee B

The MAHA Pee Wee B team had a trio of games over the weekend, going 1-1-1, scoring a 10-1 win over Fairmont on Sunday. The Tigers started the weekend with a 5-5 tie with Lakes Area (Iowa) and started Sunday with a 5-1 loss to Windom.

Against the Blizzard, Salem Frost scored an unassisted goal in the first period. Henry Horvath and Riley Pfannschmidt each went unassisted in the second before Pfannschmidt finished the hat trick, one with an assist from Brayden Gratz in the third period. Colby Allen made 18 saves in the tie.

The Tigers were unable to get going offensively against the Eagles on Sunday. Pfannschmidt took a pass from Gabe Widboom for the lone score in the game. Kirby Meulebroeck stopped 25 shots in the loss.

Marshall turned on the offense in their final game of the weekend in the 10-1 win over Fairmont. Horvath and Pfannschmidt each scored an unassisted goal in the first period before the Tigers exploded for six goals in the second. Horvath scored the hat trick with a pair of goals, one with an assist from Gratz. Pfannschmidt found Hayden Guggisberg three times for the second Marshall hat trick of the game while scoring his own goal from a Widboom assist.

Selby Anderson opened the scoring in the third period unassisted before Pfannschmidt went unassisted for the third hat trick of the game. Colby Allen had 10 saves in the win.

The Pee Wee B team will take part in the Winona tournament this weekend.

Saturday

Marshall 1 2 2 – 5

Lakes Area 1 0 4 – 5

Marshall Scoring

First Period

Salem Frost (Unassisted), 8:14

Second Period

Henry Horvath (Unassisted), 13:08

Riley Pfannschmidt (Unassisted), 0:23

Third Period

Pfannschmidt (Brayden Gratz), 13:25

Pfannschmidt (Unassisted), 8:59

Shots: M-31; LA-23

Saves: M-Colby Allen 18

Sunday

Windom 1 2 2 – 5

Marshall 0 0 1 – 1

Marshall Scoring

Third Period

Pfannschmidt (Gabe Widboom), 5:14

Shots: W-30; M-17

Saves: M-Kirby Meulebroeck 25

Fairmont 0 0 1 – 1

Marshall 2 6 2 – 10

Marshall Scoring

Horvath (Unassisted), 14:02

Pfannschmidt (Unassisted), 12:37

Second Period

Horvath (Unassisted), 14:38

Hayden Guggisberg (Pfannschmidt), 12:44

Pfannschmidt (Widboom), 9:56

Hayden Guggisberg (Pfannschmidt), 8:24

Horvath (Gratz), 6:57

Hayden Guggisberg (Pfannschmidt), 5:17

Third Period

Selby Anderson (Unassisted), 13:07

Pfannschmidt (Unassisted), 4:50

Shots: W-11; M-37

Saves: M-Allen 10

Squirt B Orange

The MAHA Squirt B Orange team played New Ulm/Sleepy Eye in a home-away matchup over the weekend, falling to the Eagles 7-2 on Saturday and 7-3 on Sunday.

The Tigers traveled to New Ulm on Saturday, and while they were able to keep shots close, found themselves down 3-0 after the first period. In the second period Morgan Rokeh got Marshall on the board with an unassisted goal. Payton DeGroot connected with Liam Deutz for a score in the third, but the Tigers were unable to find the net again, falling 7-2.

On Sunday Marshall tightened up and kept pace with NUSE. The score was 2-2 after the first period with Deutz going unassisted twice. The Tigers took the lead in the third when Braylon Oey connected with DeGroot, but the Eagles tied it up, finishing the period 3-3. Marshall and NUSE battled deep into the third, but the Eagles gained the advantage with four unanswered goals, handing the Tigers the 7-3 loss. Goalie Jackson Valano finished the weekend with 18 saves.

The Squirt B Orange team will be off this weekend before hosting the Squirt Squadron tournament the following weekend.

Saturday

Marshall 0 1 1 – 2

NUSE 3 1 3 – 7

Marshall Scoring

Second Period

Morgan Rokeh (Unassisted), 3:03

Third Period

Liam Deutz (Payton DeGroot), 5:33.

Shots: M-14; NUSE-18

Saves: M-Jackson Valano 11

Sunday

NUSE 2 1 4 – 7

Marshall 2 1 0 – 3

Marshall Scoring

First Period

Deutz (Unassisted), 8:43

Deutz (Unassisted), 1:16

Second Period

DeGroot (Braylon Oey), 8:15

Shots: NUSE-14; M-13

Saves: M-Valano 7

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of Marshall Amateur

Hockey Association

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