Girls Hockey: Lightning fall to Rock Ridge

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Northern Lakes captain Rose Aldridge scores a goal in the second period of the Lightning's loss to Rock Ridge on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022.
Lena Richards / Echo Journal Correspondent
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BREEZY POINT — Rose Aldridge scored a second-period goal for the Northern Lakes Lightning in their 2-1 loss to Rock Ridge Tuesday, Nov. 22.

Karlene Haff picked up the assist. Rebekah Deemer notched 18 saves.

Rock Ridge 0 0 2 — 2
Northern Lakes 0 1 0 — 1

Second period: NL-Rose Aldridge (Karlene Haff) 10:02
Third period: RR-Natalie Bergman (Mayme Scott, Katelyn Torrel) 8:49, Ayla Troutwine (Amelia Babiracki) 13:00

Shots on goal: NL 13, RR 20
Goalies: NL-Rebekah Deemer (18 saves)
Overall: NL 1-3. Next: Northern Lakes at Hibbing 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1.


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