Huron’s Hope Goethel picks up the puck during a game against Aberdeen on Saturday at Bergman Arena. Next, Huron’s Jordan Miller looks for a teammate to pass the puck to during a varsity girls’ hockey game against Aberdeen on Saturday at Bergman Arena. PHOTOS BY MIKE CARROLL/PLAINSMAN
HURON — An unassisted goal by Hope Goethel in the third period lifted the Huron Lady All-Stars to a 3-2 victory against Aberdeen on Saturday at Bergman Arena.
The other two goals for Huron came in the opening period.
Sam Kirton took a pass from Paige Small and scored to put the Lady All-Stars on the board first.
Huron then used a controversial goal by Ashley Waagen on an unassisted shot to go up 2-0. The puck deflected off the Aberdeen goalie’s leg pad near the left side of the goal and made its way across the goal line.
The Lady Cougars were able to get one of those goals back before the end of the opening period, as Hailey Gould scored on a pass from Callie Jorgenson.
Gould also had the lone goal of the second period on a pass from Jorgenson to even things up for Aberdeen at 2-2.
Huron goalie Erin Scheibe stopped 19 of the 21 shots she faced from the Lady Cougars. Meanwhile, the Lady All-Stars unleashed 35 shots against Aberdeen’s Hailey Huff.
Huron, which improved to 4-0, returns to action on Saturday with a 7 p.m. game against Mitchell at Bergman Arena.
After scoring a goal in each of the first two periods, the Huron Lady All-Stars found the net four times in the third period for a 6-1 victory against Aberdeen on Friday at Bergman Arena.
Samantha Kirton scored the first of her two goals for Huron in the opening period on a pass from Jordan Miller.
Aberdeen would even the score with an unassisted goal by Callie Jorgenson in the first period, but would be held scoreless by Huron goalie Erin Scheibe after that.
Paige Small regained the lead for the Lady All-Stars with a goal in the second period on a pass from Hope Goethel to make it 2-1.
Kirton used a power play opportunity in the third period to score her second goal and the first of four goals in the final period. Small had the assist.
Unassisted goals by Ashley Waagen and Miller stretched Huron’s lead to 5-1 and Goethel capped the scoring with a goal on a pass by Small.
Scheibe finished with 19 saves for the Lady All-Stars, who improved to 3-0 in league play.
Huron had 37 shots against Aberdeen goalie Hailey Huff.
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