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CEC splits a pair of games

CLOQUET, Minn. - The Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girls hockey team benefited from a home game against struggling Superior to raise its record to 10-7-0 for the season.

CLOQUET, Minn. - The Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girls hockey team benefited from a home game against struggling Superior to raise its record to 10-7-0 for the season.

Superior managed only four shots on goal against Nicole Lund and Sarah Gustafson as CEC breezed to a 10-0 victory Tuesday night.

CEC scored four times in the first period, with Caitlyn MacVey opening the scoring just 1:58 into the contest. Before the period was over, Holly Nelson, Jessie Ryan and Katie Lamirande had all added to the tally, with Nelson and Ryan scoring just 1:35 apart later on in the period.

The floodgates opened in the second period. Melissa Clark made it 5-0 one minute into the period and Nelson added her second goal of the game at the 5:18 mark. Courtney Esse made it 7-0 1:14 after Nelson's goal and Kelly Carlson's goal made it a snowman for CEC at the 8:54 mark of the period. Kelsey Woods scored CEC's fifth goal of the period and ninth of the game at the 9:20 mark of the second.

Savannah Hanson scored the only goal of the third period for CEC, which really spread out the scoring load in the game. Nine different players found the net as the home team outshot Superior by 35-4 for the game.

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  • The week didn't start so well for CEC, which fell 3-2 to Blaine at Cloquet Area Recreation Center last Thursday night. The home team never led in the game, with Laura Zrust's power play goal 3:33 into the first period, putting the Bengals ahead to stay.

Ann Ohmann's goal at 9:11 of the first period sent the visitors to the dressing room with a 2-0 lead, but Sadie Lundquist cut CEC's arrears in half just 1:26 into the second period to make it 2-1.
Angie Sinn made it 3-1 for Blaine late in the second before Lundquist's second goal of the game in the third period closed the final margin to 3-2.

Despite the setback, CEC outshot Blaine 27-19 for the game, with Sarah Gustafson making 16 saves in goal.

The team has one game this coming week, on Friday against Wayzata.

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