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North Shore girls sweep city schools

The North Shore Storm girls defeated the St. Paul Blades 3-1 and Minnehaha United 4-1 last week.

The Storm girls started off the game against the St. Paul strong Friday, Dec. 15. North Shore held St. Paul to just five shots on goal in the first. Gracie Komarek started the scoring off at 14:07 in the first with assists from Jessie Ketola and Callie Klemmer. Neither team was able to score in the second.

In the third, the Storm took a 2-0 lead with a goal from Everly Bauck at 9:51 with an assist from Sydney Haugen for the game-winning goal. St. Paul was able to get one goal passed to Maureen Dwyer before the end of the game, but just over a minute later, Ketola was able to make the score 3-1 at 13:55.

Dwyer had 17 saves and the Storm at 30 shots on goal.

On Saturday, Dec. 16, the girls took on Minnehaha United and led 4-0 halfway through the third period. Ketola had two unassisted goals: one in the first and one in the second. Livia Hoff and Klemmer shored up that lead with two more goals in the third period. Minnehaha scored their only goal with 21 seconds left in the third.

Dwyer was in net for the Storm with 25 save and North Shore had 12 shots on goal.

Storm loses game in OT

The Storm girls lost to Moose Lake Area 3-2 in overtime Tuesday, Dec. 19. The scoring went back and forth through the first three periods with the Storm starting it off.

Megan Maxey scored at 14:09 in the first with an assist from Cora Carter. Moose Lake scored pretty quickly in the second to tie the game at one, but nearly two minutes later, Bauck took the lead back with assists from Hoff and Carter.

North Shore was able to hold off Moose Lake for most of the third period, but unfortunately, the Rebels scored with five minutes left in the period and got the winning overtime goal at 7:48.

Dwyer was in net for the Storm with 28 saves and North Shore had 20 shots on goal.

North Shore (3-8) played Princeton on Thursday, Dec. 21. Results weren't available before press time.

Adelle Whitefoot

Adelle Whitefoot is a Michigan native who moved to Minnesota in Sept. 2014 when she started as a reporter for the Lake County News-Chronicle. She graduated from Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Mich., in 2012 with a bachelor's in English writing and has been a professional photographer since 2011. Whitefoot is the night general assignments reporter for the Duluth News Tribune. 

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