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Prep report: Tischler's late equalizer nets Spartans a draw

All eight Lake Superior Conference teams competed on Saturday at NBC Spartan Sports Complex.

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A 79th-minute equalizer from Wyatt Tischler helped Superior grab a 2-2 draw vs. Duluth Marshall on Saturday, Sept. 17 at NBC Spartan Sports Complex.

The match was the nightcap for Lake Superior Conference Day, where all eight LSC teams met at the same venue for a quadrupleheader.

Brendan Friday opened the scoring for the Hilltoppers in the 33rd minute, before Superior's Darrel James tied it for the first time from a Tischler assist in the 56th minute. Briar Mrozik might have thought he'd grabbed a late winner for the 'Toppers in the 72nd, but Tischler made it 2-2 seven minutes later.

Thomas Falgier made seven saves for Marshall, while Denzel Majwega assisted on both goals. Cade Holden stopped four shots for Superior.

Duluth Denfeld 4, Hibbing/Chisholm 1

Parker Chastey scored a hat trick, with Gus Haugen collecting all three assists, for the Hunters to collect their third consecutive win and fifth consecutive win over an LSC team.


After Chastey opened the scoring in the third minute, Matt Eklund made it 2-0 late in the first half. Chastey scored his second just after the break and his third nine minutes from time.

Luke Pocquette had the goal for Hibbing/Chisholm. Drew Forer made 10 saves. Camden Rask stopped six shots for Denfeld.

Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 3, Grand Rapids 0

Elijah Aultman scored two goals and assisted on the other one as the Lumberjacks blanked the Thunderhawks.

Erik Johnson had the other CEC goal and Lucas Rauner made eight saves for the clean sheet.

In the fourth game at NBC Spartan Sports Complex, Hermantown routed Proctor 9-1.

Hermantown 9, Proctor 1
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 3, Grand Rapids 0
Duluth Denfeld 4, Hibbing/Chisholm 1
Superior 2, Duluth Marshall 2
North Lakes 10, Two Harbors 0
Mesabi East 0, North Branch 0
Two Harbors 8, North Lakes 0
St. Francis 3, Duluth East 0
Cambridge-Isanti 1, Proctor 0
Benilde-St. Margaret's 3, Hermantown 0

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