Warriors spoil home opener for Lakers

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Detroit Lakes' Ella Hess awaits the pass in the neutral zone for the Lakers. Robert Williams/Forum News Service

Sydney Phaneuf, Julianna Teske, Tayla Hendrickson and Hannah Corneliusen tallied two goals each as the Warroad Warriors spoiled the home-opener for the Detroit Lakes Lakers with a 13-0 victory at the Kent Freeman Arena on Nov. 9.

The Warriors wasted little time when they jumped ahead just 13 seconds into the game with a goal by Marlie Johnston and never looked back in securing their first win of the season in the Section 8A contest.

Six of the 19 Warroad shots in the first period found the back of the net and they continued to pile on with a big second period, scoring on five of their 15 shots on goal.

Maddy Skogman, Karlie Meeker, Geno Hendrickson, Marlie Johnston and Sophie Johnson each added a goal for the Warriors.

The Warriors were strong on the power play as well, converting on two of their three chances in the game.


Detroit Lakes’ goalie Leah Honer stopped 31 of the 44 shots she faced. Warroad’s CJ Lanctot stopped all seven shots she faced in the win.

The Lakers search for win No. 1 when they travel to East Grand Forks on Nov. 14. The Green Wave opened the season with a 5-2 defeat to Bemidji. Jacelyn Brenden scored both goals for the Green Wave in the second period of their season-opening defeat.

WAR 6 5 2--13

DL 0 0 0 --0


First Period

W- Marlie Johnston, ES, (Hannah Corneliusen)


W- Julianna Teske, ES, (Lila Lanctot)

W- Karlie Meeker, ES, (Corneliusen)

W- Corneliusen, ES, (Meeker)

W- Geno Hendrickson, PP, (Sydney Phaneuf)

W- Tayla Hendrickson, ES, (Abbey Hardwick)

Second Period

W- Phaneuf, ES, (Hardwick)

W- Hendrickson, ES, (Mia Gervais)


W- Corneliuson, PP, (Meeker)

W- Julianna Teske, ES, (Madison LaVergne, Reanna Smith)

W- Phaneuf, ES, (Unassisted)

Third Period

W-Maddy Skogman, ES, (Unassisted)

W-Sophie Johnson, ES, (LaVergne)

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