Girls Hockey: Northern Lakes falls to Fergus

Ava Merta and Jerrett Tietz scored for the Lightning

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CROSBY —Ava Merta and Jerrett Tietz each recorded a goal for the Northern Lakes Lightning as they lost 3-2 to the Fergus Falls Otters in a Section 6-1A showdown Tuesday, Dec. 20.

Rose Aldridge and Jenna Stoerzinger each tallied an assist for the Lightning.

Fergus Falls 0 3 0 – 3

Northern Lakes 1 1 0 – 2

First period: NL-Jerrett Tietz (Rose Aldridge) 8:50

Second period: NL-Ava Merta (Jenna Stoerzinger) 13:55, FF-Madalaya Huiter (Tyra Skjeret, Hannah Johnson) PPG 12:05, FF-McKenzie Sjoulie (Vanessa Vaughn) 7:24 FF-Madison Brimhall (Averie Tanneson) 1:29

Shots on goal: NL 37, FF 11

Overall: NL 1-7.

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