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Paynesville Press - December 21, 2005

Stars rally for 3-3 draw with Sartell/Sauk Rapids

By Michael Jacobson

Senior Marie Omann completed her hat trick by scoring the tying goal with a minute and a half to play as the River Lakes Stars girls' hockey team drew with Sartell/ Sauk Rapids 3-3 on Thursday night in Richmond.

Omann scored the first two goals of the game, first two minutes into the game and then midway through the first period as the Stars took a 2-0 lead. But Sartell/Sauk Rapids scored seconds after Omann's second goal to cut the lead to 2-1.

Sartell/Sauk Rapids scored the only goal late in the second period to tie the score 2-2 and scored four minutes into the final period to take a 3-2 lead.

Omann's third goal with 1:26 to play tied the game 3-3. Neither team scored during the five-minute overtime. River Lakes outshot Sartell/Sauk Rapids 35-32 for the game but got outshot in overtime 3-1.

This is the second tie of the season for the Stars, who are 6-5-2. They tied with Brainerd 4-4 in November.

The Stars played at Fergus Falls on Tuesday night and will play at Alexandria on Thursday, which is their last game until January.

Sartell/Sauk Rapids--1 1 1 0 - 3
River Lakes--2 0 0 1 - 3

Scoring Summary
First Period: RL-Marie Omann, 15:03; RL-Marie Omann (Greta Omann), 6:38; (pp); S/SR-Heather Trobec (Kayla Hendrickson), 6:29;
Second Period: S/SR-Hendrickson (Trobec), 5:46;
Third Period: S/SR-Hendrickson (Trobec), 12:45; RL-Marie Omann (Amber Schulzetenberge), 1:26;
Overtime: No scoring.

River Lakes 10, Princeton 0
Eighth grader Jenn Paul scored 30 seconds into the game, sparking a six-goal outburst by the Stars, which ended in a 10-0 victory at Princeton on Tuesday, Dec. 13.

Sophomore Abbie Rhoda scored a short-handed goal less than two minutes into the game, giving the Stars a 2-0 lead. Senior Amber Schulzetenberge, sophomore Kenzie Novak, senior Allie Stalboerger, and senior Marie Omann added first-period goals for the Stars.

Sophomores Lindsey Schmitt and Greta Omann scored in the second period for the Stars, building a 8-0 lead. Schulzetenberge and Rhoda scored in the third period to make the final score 10-0.

Leading point getters for the Stars were: Schulzetenberge (four); Omann (four); Rhoda (three); Stalboerger (three); Novak (three); Greta Omann (two); and Paul (two).

Ninth grader Tracy Skluzacek made five saves to record the shutout. The Stars limited Princeton to five shots on goal, while having 44 themselves.

River Lakes--6 2 2 - 10
Princeton--0 0 0 - 0

Scoring Summary
First Period: RL-Jenn Paul (Abbie Rhoda, Allie Stalboerger), 16:30; RL-Rhoda (Marie Omann), 15:15 (sh); RL-Amber Schulzetenberge (Greta Omann, Tori Aretz), 9:57; RL-Kenzie Novak (Marie Omann), 9:16; RL-Stalboerger (Schulzetenberge, Marie Omann), 6:37 (pp); RL-Marie Omann (Novak), 2:57 (pp);
Second Period: RL-Lindsey Schmitt (Sarah Wenner, Tia Dockendorf), 8:21; RL-Greta Omann (Ellyn Kinzer, Schulzetenberge), 2:03;
Third Period: RL-Schulzetenberge (Novak, Paul), 15:30 (pp); RL-Rhoda (Stalboerger), 0:10.

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