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Area Boys Hockey: Lightning blank North Stars

BREEZY POINT--Maverick Engstrom tallied a goal and two assists in Northern Lakes 6-0 Mid-State Conference win over Prairie Centre Tuesday. The Lightning broke their two-game losing streak behind Jaegar Reed, who turned away all 18 shots he faced....

BREEZY POINT-Maverick Engstrom tallied a goal and two assists in Northern Lakes 6-0 Mid-State Conference win over Prairie Centre Tuesday.

The Lightning broke their two-game losing streak behind Jaegar Reed, who turned away all 18 shots he faced.

Logan Peterson collected a goal and an assist for the Lightning.

Prairie Centre 0 0 0 - 0

Northern Lakes 1 3 2 - 6

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First period: NL-Aaron Cable (Jared Holm, Brendan Knox) 4:01

Second period: NL-Max Tangen (Logan Peterson, Maverick Engstrom) 16:16; NL-Jared Sewall (Holm) 9:52; NL-Peterson 6:14

Third period: NL-Brett Reed (Engstrom) 4:02; NL-Engstrom (Luke LeMieur, Reed)

Shots on goal: NL 38, PC 16

Goalies: NL-Jaegar Reed (18 saves); PC-Dylan Haskamp (32 saves)

Conference: NL 3-2-1. Overall: NL 7-8-2. Next: Northern Lakes hosts Bagley/Fosston 7 p.m. Thursday.

Cathedral 4, Little Falls 3

LITTLE FALLS-Landon Bjorge scored two goals, with his second goal putting Little Falls up 3-2 at the 9:16 mark of the third period.

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However, St. Cloud Cathedral rallied with two goals to defeat the Flyers 4-3, snapping Little Falls' 13 game-win streak in a Granite Ridge Conference game Tuesday.

The Flyers last lost on Nov. 28. In that time the Flyers have outscored their opponents 66-10 with four shutouts.

Cathedral moved to 12-5 and was coming off a loss to Hermantown Friday. The Crusaders had won six straight.

The Flyers put 15 shots on net and Justin Pekula kicked away 18 shots for the Flyers.

Cathedral 0 1 3 - 4

Little Falls 0 1 2 - 3

Second period: SC-Vinny McStott (Connor Beltz, Sam Medvec) 1:19; LF-Hunter Swanson (Riley Scanlon, Thomas Miller) 16:19

Third period: SC-Logan Neu (Trevor Cornelius) 3:14; LF-Landon Bjorge (Scanlon, Moller) 7:28; LF-Bjorge (Mack Anez, Swanson) 9:16; SC-Neu 13:42; SC-Michael Spethmann (Neu, Conelius) 16:58.

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Shots on goal: LF 15, SCC 22

Goalies: LF Justin Pekula (18 saves); SCC- Keegan Karki (12 saves)

Conference: LF 2-1. Overall: LF 15-3. Next: Little Falls hosts Fergus Falls 7:15 p.m. Saturday.

Breckenridge 5, Wadena-DC 4 OT

WADENA-Max Phillips turned in a natural hat trick in the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines 5-4 overtime loss to Breckenridge/Wahpeton in a Section 6-1A game Tuesday.

Phillips scored three straight goals to end the second and start the third periods for a 3-2 W-DC victory.

Mack Jones accounted for the other W-DC goal, which put the Wolverines up 4-2 in the third period.

Breckenridge/Wahpeton scored the tying goal with 28 seconds left in regulation and netted the winner short-handed.

Goalie Reid Miller took the loss for the Wolverines, while recording 32 saves. W-DC had topped Breckenridge 5-1 Dec. 1.

Breckenridge 0 2 2 1 - 5

Wadena-DC 0 1 3 0

Second period: BW-Hunter Rittenour (Elijah Hansen) 1:39; BW-Nolan Wamre (Jase Jensen ppg 7:36; WDC-Max Phillips (D. Phillips, Josh Daigneault) 15:46

Third period: WDC-M. Phillips (Austin Sutherland, D. Phillips) 15:46; WDC-M. Phillips (Sutherland) 8:53; WDC-Mack Jones (Jake Dykhoff) 10:35; BW-Matt Seedorf (Jensen) ppg 13:49; BW-Warme (Austin Berger) 16:32

Overtime: BW-Hansen (Tyler Breuer, Warme) shg 7:49

Shots on goal: WDC 33, BW 37

Goalies: WDC-Reid Miller (32 saves); BW-Tucker Barth (29 saves)

Overall: WDC 9-9. Next: WDC hosts Worthington Jan. 22.

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