Senior Madison Olson picked a good time for her first goal of the season on Saturday afternoon.

With 2:42 left in regulation, Olson gave the Lakers (2-4) their first lead of the game over International Falls (0-3) with an unassisted short-handed goal. It proved to be the game-winner in the Lakers’ 5-4 road victory.

Kaydence Thorsteinson buried two goals in the first two periods as the Lakers and Broncos traded punches throughout the game. Haley Stattelman tied the game midway through the third period before Havyn Pelland put the Broncos ahead 4-3. Emma Coley’s 14th goal of the season tied the game for a fourth time before Olson put home the game-winner.

Emma Wahl made 13 saves in the Lakers’ second consecutive victory. International Falls freshman goaltender made 60 saves in the loss.

DETROIT LAKES 1 2 2 - 5

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INTERNATIONAL FALLS 1 2 1 0 4

SCORING- FIRST PERIOD- International Falls- Savannah Valentine (Kaili Graves) 4:03; Detroit Lakes- Kaydence Thorsteinson (Adisyn Strand) 9:49; SECOND PERIOD- \u0009International Falls- Taylor Burns (Tierza Carradice, Ava Werner) 2:12; Detroit Lakes- Thorsteinson (Emma Coley, Brynn Erickson) 9:07; International Falls- Brenna Crosby (Taylor Burns, Carradice) 16:32; THIRD PERIOD- Detroit Lakes- Haley Stattelman (unassisted) 4:43; International Falls- Havyn Pelland (unassisted) 9:32; Detroit Lakes- Coley (unassisted) 9:57; Detroit Lakes- Madison Olson (unassisted) short-handed, 14:18; PENALTIES- Detroit Lakes- 10 minutes on 5 infractions; International Falls- 6 minutes on three infractions; GOALTENDING- Detroit Lakes- Emma Wahl, W, 13 saves, 4 goals allowed; International Falls- Mara Pelland, L, 60 saves, 5 goals allowed