All-Stars go 1-1 over weekend


HURON — Fourth-ranked Mitchell had six unanswered goals en route to a 12-3 victory against the Huron All-Stars on Sunday at Bergman Arena.

Both teams had a pair of goals in the opening period.

Grady Bott opened the scoring with a goal for the All-Stars on a pass from Ethan Busch.

After a pair of goals by the Marlins, Bott found the net during a power play, with the assist going to Brecken Glanzer.

With four goals in the second period and the first two goals of the third period, Mitchell built an 8-2 advantage.

Skyler Casper had the lone goal in the third period for Huron, scoring on a pass from Jack Pedersen.

The Marlins, who improved to 10-5, had 38 shots on goal with Huron goalie Jack Bales having 26 saves.

The All-Stars, who are now 4-16, had 27 shots on goal.

On Saturday, Huron snapped a 4-game losing skid with a 4-3 overtime victory on the road against Watertown.

After trailing 2-0, the All-Stars put together back-to-back-to-back goals to carry a 3-2 advantage into the final period.

Busch had the first two goals for Huron. His first came on a pass from Bott, while the second was unassisted during a power play.

Elliot Hartman had the third goal for the All-Stars on a pass from Alex Timm during a short-handed situation.

The Lakers scored the lone goal in the third period to force the overtime.

Bott found the net just over seven minutes into the extra period to claim the win for Huron. He scored on a pass from Glanzer.

Bales amassed 34 saves in the net to earn the win for the All-Stars.

Huron had 29 shots on goal.

The All-Stars will host Brandon Valley at 7 p.m. Saturday at Bergman Arena.