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Lakers' woes continue against Hutchinson

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Detroit Lakes goalie Leah Honer stops a shot by Hutchinson senior Ainslea Jensen amid Laker defenders Hadlee Justesen (16), Adisyn Strand (19) and Sara Freeman (10). Robert Williams/Forum News Service

The rough start to the 2019-20 girls hockey season continued for the Detroit Lakes Lakers when they hosted the Hutchinson Tigers on Nov. 22 at the Kent Freeman Arena.

The Lakers could not get on track offensively and the Tigers used a three goal first period to pull away from the Lakers in a 7-0 victory. The loss was the fifth straight for the Lakers and their third game without a goal on the young season.

Ellie Bock started the scoring in the first period and was one of six different goal scorers for the Tigers. Her tally five minutes and 25 seconds into the game stood up as the game-winner.

Leah Honer continued to be busy between the pipes for the Lakers. The junior goalie faced 50 shots and made 43 saves in the game. The Laker goalie has faced 210 shots in five games this year.

Hailee Martin, Miranda Piehl, Alex Hantge, Laina Berthiamume and Britta Johnson scored for the Tigers. Johnson tallied twice in the game.

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Hutchinson goalie Hannah Ladwig finished with 10 saves for the shutout win.

The Lakers return to action on Nov. 29 when they travel to the Bemidji Community Arena to take on the Lumberjacks at 7 p.m.

HUTCH 3 2 2--7

DL 0 0 0--0

Scoring

First Period

H-Ellie Bock, ES, (Britta Johnson, Sabrina Tracy)

H-Hailee Martin, ES, (Ellie Campbell, Ainslea Jensen)

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H-Miranda Piehl, ES, (Jensen, Johnson)

Second Period

H-Alext Hantge, ES, (Ellie Peterson)

H-Johnson, ES, (Hantge)

Third Period

H-Laina Berthiamume, ES, (Unassisted)

H-Johnson, SH, (Paige Telecky)

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