Cloquet smothers Oredockers 13-1
It took just 12 seconds for Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girls hockey players to get on the scoreboard against Ashland on Tuesday night. The goal by Kearsty Cordle was a good indicator of what was to come the rest of the night as the Jacks defeated the O...
It took just 12 seconds for Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girls hockey players to get on the scoreboard against Ashland on Tuesday night. The goal by Kearsty Cordle was a good indicator of what was to come the rest of the night as the Jacks defeated the Oredockers 13-1.
"They are really just a club team getting started," said CEC coach Dick Bartholdi. "They are very grateful that we play them."
What the Oredockers got was a gauge of how far they must come before they can be considered among the elite in local hockey circles.
Cordle scored the opening goal on a feed from Melissa Clark, but the Jacks received a bit of surprise when the Oredockers Amber Maiwald scored on a hard shot from the point that eluded CEC goalie Sarah Gustafson who fought traffic in front of her. Maiwald's goal came at 2:27 and tied the game.
It appeared after the Maiwald goal that the Jacks suddenly decided it was time to rev up the engines. Montana Vichorek, senior defender, took a Dalyce Gustafson pass and went almost the length of the ice to score at 2:41 just 14 seconds after the Maiwald goal.
The route was on.
Danielle Beck scored at 3:49 on a feed from both Jessica Baublitz and Whitney Anderson. Then it was Beck again with Baublitz and Anderson assisting at 7:06, followed by Clark from Savannah Hanson and Callie Halvorson at 10:34.
The Jacks made it 6-1 when Clark picked up her second goal from Cordle at 14:50. Finally Sadie Lundquist fired home a goal from Jessie Ryan and Courtney Esse at 16:10 to end the first period onslaught that saw the Jacks take a 7-1 lead into the break.
Anderson scored just 1:19 into the second period with Baublitz assisting and then at 4:42 it was Anderson again scoring this time with Sarah Williams picking up the assist. Dalyce Gustafson, an eighth-grader, scored her first career goal on a tap in at 7:14 with Clark and Courtney Rowell assisting.
CEC made it 11-1 at the 13:41 mark when defender Katie Lamirande scored from the high slot with Lundquist and Esse assisting.
Following the first period, the Jacks did their best to get the puck only to younger players who had not scored this season, or defensemen who very seldom get a chance to be part of the offense.
Michelle Allen started the third period scoring at 1:33 from Lundquist and finally Halvorson scored from Baublitz at 11:11 for the final goal of the game.
The Jacks outshot the Oredockers 61-7.