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|Paynesville Press - December 3, 2003|
River Lakes swept at Tech, tournament
St. Cloud Tech dominated the first two periods and handed the River Lakes Stars girls' hockey team their first loss of the 2003-04 season, winning 10-0 on Tuesday, Nov. 25, at the St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex.|
Senior goalie Trish Wendlandt made 64 saves in three games last week for the Stars.
Tech outshot the Stars 29-9 in the first two periods and had 13 scoring chances, compared to only one for the Stars. Tech scored three goals in the first period, opening the scoring with a power-play goal seven minutes into the game, and scored seven even-strength goals in the second period.
Junior center Andrea Herold led St. Cloud Tech in scoring with two goals and three assists. Sophomore forward Leslie Engdahl and senior forward Kati Cowardin also scored two goals each for Tech.
The Stars mustered only ten shots on net for the game and had only two quality scoring chances.
Senior goalie Trish Wendlandt made 27 saves for the Stars.
This week, the Stars hosted Little Falls at the River Lakes Arena in Richmond on Tuesday. They will host St. Cloud Apollo on Thursday in Richmond at 7 p.m. and will play at Shakopee on Saturday afternoon.
Duluth East Tourney
After Cambridge-Isanti scored two second-period goals to take a 2-0 lead, the Stars rallied to tie the game. Sophomore forward Allie Stalboerger scored for the Stars in the second period, and senior defenseman Angie Schramel scored in the third period to tie the game.
The River Lake Stars celebrate a goal in their 3-2 loss in overtime to Cambridge-Isanti on Friday.
Cambridge-Isanti won when their first shot in overtime hit the back of the net.
River Lakes outshot Cambridge-Isanti 25-13 in the loss.
After the Stars took an early lead against Bloomington Kennedy on Saturday, Kennedy scored five times in the first period and twice more in the second to build a 7-1 lead. Each team scored twice in the third period as Kennedy took third in the tournament by winning 9-3.
(Duluth East beat Cambridge-Isanti 5-1 in the championship.)
Sophomore forward Ashley Aretz, eighth grade forward Abbie Rohde, and sophomore forward Amber Schulzetenberge scored goals for the Stars, who were outshot 36-26.
The Stars are 1-3 for the season.
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