All-Stars have pair of setbacks

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HURON — Despite rallying from a 2-0 deficit, the Huron All-Stars came out on the short end of a 5-3 decision during a game against Watertown on Saturday during Dave Stahl Day at Bergman Arena.

The Lakers put the first goals on the board in the opening period. Jake Bramer scored on a pass from Mylan Evans and Thomas Foley found the net on a pass from Bramer.

The second period, belonged to the All-Stars, as they came up with a pair of goals to even the score at 2-2.

Grady Bott had Huron’s first goal on a pass from Ethan Busch, while Jack Pedersen had the second goal with the assist also coming for Busch.

Watertown went back out front with the first two goals of the third period. Sawyer Knopf scored on a pass from Kowynn Muhl and Austin McBride scored on an assist from Evans.

Huron managed to slice the deficit back to 4-3 with Pedersen’s second goal of the game. He score on a pass from Busch.

The Lakers ended the comeback bid with an insurance goal to cap the scoring. Hudson Hendricks scored on an unassisted shot.

Watertown had 38 shots on goal in the game, compared to 21 for the All-Stars.

Kohl Nygaard earned the win in the net for the Lakers with 18 saves. Jack Bales had 33 saves for Huron.

On Friday, Brookings had six goals in the opening period en route to building an 8-0 advantage and claim an 11-1 win against Huron

Busch had the lone goal for the All-Stars in the second period on a pass from Ryder Casper.

Huron managed ust 10 shots on goal with Egan Jensen stopping nine of them in the net for the Rangers.

Bales stopped 56 of the 67 shots he faced from Brookings.

Huron returned to action Sunday with a game at Aberdee, but results from that contest were not available at press time. 


Huron goalie Jack Bales eyes an incoming shot during a game Friday at Brookings at Bergman Arena.