FF 10U record splitPublished 10:56am Thursday, December 27, 2012
The Pemberton Law Firm 10U team had two games over the weekend. Friday night they traveled to Fargo and faced a tough Fargo 10U A team and had their first loss of the season losing 10-3.
Fergus Falls skated with the Freeze in the first period, but were unable to score on 12 shots and after the first period were down 2-0.
The second period Vivian Karsnia scored an unassisted goal for Fergus Falls, but Fargo was able to net four more goals and after the second period Fergus was down 6-1.
In the third period, Fergus Falls found the net two more times, Izzy Luhning scored a goal assisted by Liz Mattson and Lexi McGary scored an unassisted goal, getting one by a strong Fargo goalie Jerica Friese. The Fergus Falls girls were able to put shots on net, but the Fargo goalie had 22 saves. Chloe Nelson was in the net for Fergus Falls and did an awesome job with 33 saves.
Sunday the Pemberton Law Firm 10U team hosted the Brainerd 10U B team and got back on track winning 13-1.
Fergus Falls scored five goals in the first period. Ellie Andersen got things started with an unassisted goal. Vivian Karsnia shot one in from the point assisted by Jade Zierden and Makenna Stenstrom. Andersen scored the third goal of the period assisted by Vivian Karsnia and Nelson.
Zierden scored a goal assisted by Stenstrom. Nelson scored the final goal of the period assisted by Laney Martens. The second period Fergus Falls matched their first period by scoring five more goals. Andersen scored her hat trick goal unassisted. Martens scored assisted by Andersen and Matson scored an unassisted goal. Elizabeth Houge scored her goal assisted by Stenstrom giving Stenstrom the Playmaker with three assists. Stenstrom also scored her first goal of the season off a great backhand pass from Zierden. After two periods Fergus was up 10-0.
The third period Fergus Falls netted three more goals, Vivian Karsnia scored assisted by Stenstrom (fourth assist), Andersen unassisted, and Martens assisted by McGary. The Fergus Falls goalkeeper was Luhning with six saves.
By Brooks Andersen
For the Journal