Weather Forecast


Area Girls Hockey: Lightning fall in OT

ALEXANDRIA — Megan Snyder and Kaylyn Eggena each scored goals for the No. 4 seeded Northern Lakes Lightning, but top-seeded Alexandria got the game winner at 1:45 of the overtime period to defeat the Lightning 3-2.

Kat Jensen kicked away 42 of the 45 shots that she faced, while the Lightning put 15 total shots on the Cardinals’ net.

Alexandria 1 0 1 1 — 3

Northern Lakes 0 1 1 0 — 2

First period: A-Alia Kopisehke (Kalley Kragenbring, Taylor Ellingson) 1:12

Second period: N-Megan Snyder (Kaylyn Eggena) ppg 15:38

Third period: A-Ellingson (Quinn Kragenbring) 3:48; N-Eggena 1:36

Overtime: A-Kopiesehke (K. Kragenbring) 1:45

Shots on goal: NL 15, A 45

Goalies: NL-Kat Jensen (42 saves); A-Steph Brown (13 saves)

Overall: NL 9-12-2.

Northern Lakes 3, LP-GE/WD-C 1

BREEZY POINT — Alex Palm, Mariah Reed and Mandy Carlson scored goals as the Lightning eliminated No. 5 Long Prairie-Grey Eagle/Wadena-Deer Creek 3-1 in the opening round Saturday.

LPGEWDC 0 0 1 — 1

Northern Lakes 1 2 0 — 3

First period: NL-Alex Palm (Mariah Reed, Megan Snyder) 12:48.

Second period: NL-Reed Goal (Palm, Kaykyn Eggena) 5:48. NL-Mandy Carlson Goal (Eggena, Erika Monson) 15:05.

Third period: LPGEWDC-Zara Einerwold (Halley Maas, Morgan Zeise) 8:42.

Shots on goal: LPGEWDC 11, Northern Lakes 42

Saves: LPGEWDC-Sarah Holm (39 saves), NL-Kat Jensen (10 saves)

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