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Grand Forks defeats Panthers at Crookston

Shailyn Pachel scored the game's first goal, but Grand Forks scored the next seven in a 7-1 win over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team at the Crookston Holiday Classic on Dec. 28.

Shailyn Pachel scored the game's first goal, but Grand Forks scored the next seven in a 7-1 win over the Park Rapids-Menahga-Nevis-Walker-Hackensack-Akeley girls hockey team at the Crookston Holiday Classic on Dec. 28.

Pachel scored 2:09 into the game before goals by Haily Stenberg and Morgan Stenseth gave Grand Forks a 2-1 lead after the first period.

Goals by Jessica Lee and Kylie Autry gave Grand Forks a 4-1 lead after the second period before Katelin Petersen opened the third period with a goal and Stenseth completed her hat trick with a pair of goals.

Grand Forks held a 60-6 advantage in shots on goal, outshooting the Panthers 30-3 in the first period, 18-1 in the second period and 22-2 in the third period. Goalie Kylee Pachel made 53 saves as Park Rapids' record fell to 0-13. Grand Forks improved to 6-4.

The Panthers were also scheduled to play Jamestown, but bad weather on Dec. 27 forced that game to be canceled.

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Grand Forks 2 2 3...7

Park Rapids 1 0 0...1

FIRST PERIOD: 1, Park Rapids, S. Pachel, 2:09. 1, Grand Forks, Stenberg (Gray, Richards), 10:13. 2, Grand Forks, Stenseth (Kriewald), 13:21.

SECOND PERIOD: 3, Grand Forks, Lee (Autrey), 10:46. 4, Grand Forks, Autrey (Petersen), 14:54.

THIRD PERIOD: 5, Grand Forks, Petersen (Kriewald), :42. 6, Grand Forks, Stenseth (Petersen, Autrey), 9:22. 7, Grand Forks, Stenseth (Richards, Petersen), 9:45.

GOALIE SAVES: Grand Forks (Baker) 2-1-x--3; (Nordick) x-x-2--2. Park Rapids (K. Pachel) 28-16-19--53.

Related Topics: HOCKEY
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