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CROSBY — Mariah Reed scored two goals for the Northern Lakes Lightning in a 7-4 loss to the Princeton Tigers in non-conference action Saturday.


The Tigers put up five goals in the first period and took a 5-2 lead to the locker room. 

Reed and Amanda Carlson scored the Lightning goals, but Northern Lakes could not cut into the lead in the second and third. 

Courtney Conger stopped 16 of the 23 shots that she faced in goal for the Lightning. 

Princeton         5 2 0 — 7

Northern Lakes 2 1 1 — 4

First period: Ptn-Suzi Voce (Ally McAlpine) 1:22; Ptn-Brooke Lindenfelser (Alli Voce) ppg 3:15; NL-Mariah Reed (Kaylyn Eggena) 9:37; NL-Amanda Carlson 10:06; Ptn-Ellie McElhone (McAlpine, A. Voce) ppg 10:48; Ptn-Julia Osowski 12:15; Ptn-Osowski 15:00.

Second period: NL-Eggena (Reed) 6:06; Ptn-A. Voce (Lauren Pelzer) 8:26; Ptn-Osowski (McAlpine, A. Voce) 11:40.

Third period: PL-Reed (Carlson, Eggena) 12:07

Shots on goal: Ptn 41; NL 20

Goalies: Ptn Courtney Conger (16 saves); NL Madison Galligan (34 saves)

Overall: NL 3-7-0. Next: Northern Lakes vs. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek at Long Prairie 7 p.m. Tuesday.