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FAIRMONT – The Fairmont 10U girls’ hockey team scored consecutive wins on the road from March 6-7.
Three different players lit the lamp to lead Fairmont to a 3-1 win over Dodge County on March 6 in Kasson.
Halyn Haycraft, Kyhlee Beemer and Mariel Parish each scored one goal, while Netminder Nola Hazard scored six saves to score the win for Fairmont, who scored 16 shots on goal.
Alexis Haycraft and Lauren Bettin each scored two goals to accelerate Fairmont’s 8-3 triumph over New Ulm / Sleepy Eye on March 7th in New Ulm.
Halyn Haycraft and Mariel Parish each collected a goal and assist for the winning performance, while Maya Earhart and Taylor Truesdell each scored one goal.
Avery Kurt distributed a helper for Fairmont (12-3) while goalkeeper Nola Hazard collected two stops. Fairmont released 24 shots in the net.
The Car Parts Direct 12U girls’ hockey line-up scored two wins on the streets from March 6-7.
Maia Goerndt scored a hat trick and assist in Redwood Falls on March 6th to construct Fairmont’s 8-1 router over Redwood Area.
Brooklyn Murphy scored two goals for Car Parts Direct, while Carly Gustafson and Ava Clow contributed one goal and one assist each.
Jadyn Musser scored a goal for Fairmont, Lilly Meyers and Frankie Martin distributed assists, while goalkeeper Lexi Sundeen scored the win with 12 saves.
Sundeen averted 21 shots online to help Car Parts Direct with the New Ulm / Sleepy Eye zipper, March 2-0, 7th in New Ulm.
Addison Folkerts and Brooklyn Murphy each scored one goal for Fairmont, who scored 15 shots on goal.
The REMAX Bantam ‘B’ ice hockey team set a 2-1 record from March 5-7.
Luke Kester scored four goals and one assist while Jace Teveldal scored two goals and two assistants to lead the Fairmont-based team to an 11-4 triumph over the Spirit Lake Blizzards on March 5 in Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Jace Prindle scored two goals and an assist for REMAX, Eric Determan scored a goal and an assistant, Tyson Pankow and Preston Rogge each scored a goal, while Mathew Cone added an assist.
Ilana Moeller and Isaiah Lockwood each played half on the net and together made 17 saves for Fairmont.
Waseca prevailed against Fairmont in Waseca on March 5th and 3rd.
Tyson Pankow, Barret Scholl and Jace Prindle were in charge of REMAX’s goals, while Mathew Cone and Eric Determan handed out assists. Moeller achieved the best 33 saves.
Fairmont took number 2 in the District 4 playoffs by beating New Ulm / Sleepy Eye 10-3 at the Martin County Arena in Fairmont on March 7th.
Luke Kester scored three goals and three assists while Jace Teveldal scored a hat trick and dished out a helper to set off REMAX’s offensive production.
Jace Prindle scored two goals and two assists, Tyson Pankow and Tyler Kurt each scored one goal, while Mathew Cone added an assist.
Goalie Isaiah Lockwood scored 19 saves for Fairmont, which opened the district tournament on March 13th.
The Fairmont Squirt ‘B’ ice hockey team lost two games from March 6-7.
Redwood Area scored a 9-2 win over Fairmont on March 6 at the Martin County Arena in Fairmont.
Hadyn Lillevold and Bennett Draper delivered Fairmont’s goals, while Ryder Thate delivered an assist.
Windom made a 13-1 decision over Fairmont in Windom on March 7th.
Kane Wohlhuter scored the only goal from Fairmont after an assist by Bennett Draper.
The Fairmont Cardinals’ PeeWee ‘B’ hockey team recently lost three games on the ice.
New Ulm / Sleepy Eye with 4: 2 against Fairmont during the district tournament action on March 10th in Windom.
Netminder Tanner Pankow shot the best 35 shots of the game for Fairmont, who scored 18 shots on goal.
MacKlain Anderson and Bryce Irhke scored goals for the Cardinals without support.
Lakes Area Boji knocked out Fairmont 7-0 during the regular season on March 7th at the Martin County Arena.
Goalkeeper Tanner Pankow made 11 saves for Fairmont.
Luverne beat Fairmont 9-2 at the Martin County Arena on March 6th.
Bryce Ihrke and Parker Schwandt scored goals for the Cardinals without support.
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