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Girls Hockey: Aldridge gets 100th point, Lightning win big over Prairie Centre

Two skaters net their first career goals in the win

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Northern Lakes' Emily Trout reacts to scoring her first career goal in the Lightning's victory over Prairie Centre on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022.
Lena Richards / Echo Journal Correspondent
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BREEZY POINT — Rose Aldridge scored four goals and one assist in the Northern Lakes Lightning 8-2 win over Prairie Centre Thursday, Nov. 17.

Aldridge’s third goal of the night was her 100th career point.

Additionally, Emily Trout and Myah Reuper each scored their first career goal.

“(The game) was highly successful in many ways,” head coach Bryan Boreen said. “Of course, the 8-2 victory, but then Rose getting her 100th career point on her third goal of the night was huge. Then to top it off, she scored again and got an assist for a five-point night.”

Rebekah Deemer notched 14 saves in net for the Lightning.

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“All in all, we played well as a team,” Boreen said. “A lot of the work that they've been putting in during practice is showing up in game situations. I see tons of improvement every day, and am excited to see what the future holds.”

Prairie Centre 0 1 1 — 2

Northern Lakes 2 3 3 — 8

First period: NL-Brooklyn Diedrich (Geselle McLaughlin) 15:25, NL-Rose Aldridge (Jerret Tietz) 5:25

Second period: NL-Aldridge 10:32, NL-Aldridge (Jenna Stoerzinger) 2:51, NL-Aldridge (Tietz, Izzy Lee) 0:55

Third period: NL-Emily Trout (Aldridge, Stoerzinger) 7:25, NL-Tietz (Diedrich, Cora Meschke) 6:59, NL-Myah Reuper (Cambria Thompson) 1:30

Shots on goal: NL 53, PC 16

Goalies: NL-Rebekah Deemer (14 saves)

Conference: NL 1-0. Overall: NL 1-1.

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Northern Lakes forward Rose Aldridge takes the puck across the blue line in the Lightning's victory over Prairie Centre on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022.
Lena Richards / Echo Journal Correspondent

Riveters 2, Lightning 1

ST. PAUL — Regan Olson scored the lone goal for the Nothern Lakes Lightning in a 3-1 loss to the Two Rivers Riveters Friday, Nov. 18.

Isabella Lee assisted on the power-play goal that had the Lightning trailing 2-1 after the first period.

Deemer finished with 23 saves for Northern Lakes.

Two Rivers 2 0 1 -- 5

Northern Lakes 1 0 0 -- 3

First period: TR-Ella Johnson (Edy Halverson) 6:44; TR-Josie Daly (Faye Leitner) 10:40; NL-Regan Olson (Isabella Lee) ppg 15:19

Third period: TR-Evie Daly (Feitner, Mia Cheesebrough) 11:13

Shots on goal: NL 11 6 1 -- 18, TR 16 9 1 -- 26

Goalies: NL-Rebekah Deemer (23 saves); TR-Lucy Bradford (17 saves)

Overall: NL 1-2.

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