HURON — The Huron Lady All-Stars closed the season with a 7-4 victory against Oahe on Saturday at Bergman Arena.
It was the lone win of the season for the Lady All-Stars.
Huron put the first two goals on the board in the opening period. Jolie Carrillo found the net with Shelby Timm and Taylor Sorben being credited with assists to open the scoring.
Timm had the second goal on pass from Sorben.
After the Lady Capitals put a goal on the board, Huron answered with an unassisted goal by Sorben to make it 3-1 heading into the second period.
Oahe sliced its deficit to just a goal with the first goal of the second period, but that's as close as it would get, as the Lady All-Stars hit the net twice before the end of the period.
Huron’s Jolie Carrillo passes the puck during a junior varsity girls’ game against Oahe on Saturday at Bergman Arena.
Juliana Goethel boosted Huron’s lead to 4-2 with the team’s first goal of the second period. She was assisted on the play by Javeah Mallett and Adalynne Koerner.
Taylore Sorben’s second goal of the game provided the Lady All-Stars at 5-2 lead heading into the final period. Elizabeth Sorben earned the assist.
The two teams then traded goals throughout the third period.
An unassisted shot secured the hat trick for Taylor Sorben as she opened the scoring in the final period for Huron.
Carillo had the final goal for the Lady All-Stars on a pass from Tegan Rogers.
Avelie Colon stopped 16 of the 20 shots she faced in the net for Huron to earn the victory. The Lady All-Stars had 35 shots on goal in the contest.