Girls Hockey: Woodbury, East Ridge finish strong weeks
If one overtime game wasn't enough, Woodbury had a second overtime game this week. This time the Royals scored in overtime to capture the 3-2 win over White Bear Lake on Saturday night.
White Bear Lake scored one goal in the first and second periods to give the Bears a 2-0 lead. Woodbury came back in the third period as Isabel Lippai and Amelia Karelitz each scored a goal for the Royals to tie the game.
In overtime, Isabel Chmielewski scored the winning goal for Woodbury as the Royals improved their record to 2-4-3 on the season.
Woodbury will hope to bring that momentum on Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m. as the Royals host Park in a town rivalry.
East Ridge 7, Stillwater 3
It was a consistent night for East Ridge as the Raptors scored two goals in the first and second periods and three more goals in the third period to win 7-3 over Stillwater on Saturday night.
The first two goals in the game came from Fiona Claugherty and Makenzie Fetch to give East Ridge a 2-0 lead in the first period.
The second period had goals from Katie Flynn and Sidney Zavoral to make it a 4-1 game heading into the final period.
In the third, the Raptors had goals coming from the sticks of Anne Larsen, Erin Glancey and Mackenzie Werner.
Werner led the team with three assists while Flynn, Claugherty and Isabella Schmidt each earned one assist.
The Raptors improve their record to 5-3 on the season as they prepare to travel to Cretin-Derham Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 7:15 p.m.
Woodbury 3, Eveleth-Gilbert 3 (OT)
It was a offensive period in the third for both Woodbury and Eveleth-Gilbert, but the offense shut down during overtime. It resulted in a tie between the two teams on Friday night.
Isabel Chmielewski scored for the Royals in the second period to give Woodbury a 1-0 lead early. Then, the third period erupted.
Eveleth-Gilbert scored twice for a 2-1 lead, but Nicole Stickels and Hayley Zwakman each scored for the Royals to regain a 3-2 lead.
Eveleth-Gilbert scored 15 minutes into the final period to tie the game up and no one scored in the overtime period.
Woodbury 1, Roseville 1
It was a scoreless game between Roseville and Woodbury for the first two periods but the scoring came to life in the third.
About four and a half minutes into the third period, Hayley Zwakman scored for the Royals to give them a 1-0 lead. Then, about six minutes later, Roseville scored to tie the game at 1-1 and put the game into overtime.
In overtime, Roseville received a penalty and gave Woodbury a two-minute advantage, but the Royals weren't able to score. This ended the game with a 1-1 tie.
Nicole Stickels and Lexie Decker each earned an assist, while goalie Allison Beix saved 34 of the 35 shots on Tuesday night.
Forest Lake 4, East Ridge 2
Forest Lake started Tuesday night with a hot streak of scoring as it took at 3-1 lead heading into the second period. The only goal scored by the Raptors came from Makenzie Fetch.
East Ridge came back with a goal of its own in the second period, but it wasn't enough as Forest Lake took the victory with a 4-2 final score.
The Raptors had two goalies play in the game as Maggie Vance saved 10 of 14 shots before Emerald Kelley was put in to save 19 of the 19 shots later that game.