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Blue Jays fly past Dickinson girls

Photo by John Steiner / Forum News Service Dickinson eighth-grader Paige Schweitzer, right, handles the puck as Jamestown eighth-grader Jade Schafer comes in to defend the play on Friday night during a girls hockey game at Wilson Arena in Jamestown.

JAMESTOWN -- Jamestown senior Amber Schaack is one of the state's leading goal-scorers.

She added a hat trick to her total Friday night against Dickinson.

Schaack had three unassisted goals and added a third-period assist on another as the Blue Jays picked up a 7-1 victory over Dickinson in a girls hockey game at Wilson Arena.

Kira Zastoupil had Dickinson's lone goal with 2 minutes, 9 seconds remaining in the second period.

Kelsey Gillen had 35 saves for the Midgets (1-17, 0-15 state).

Torri Kamlitz had a pair of goals for the Blue Jays (16-5, 14-4 state).

Dickinson hosts Fargo South-Davies at 2 p.m. today at the Dickinson Recreation Center in a game that counts as four points in the state standings.

Dickinson 0 1 0 - 1

Jamestown 3 2 1 - 7

FIRST PERIOD: 1, Amber Schaack 4:11; 2, J, Torri Kamlitz (Haley Schnaidt, Haley Hillstrom), 10:41; 3, J, Elly Milender (Brenna Pritchert, Steph Kamlitz), 11:36

SECOND PERIOD: 4, J, Schaack 6:51; 5, D, Kira Zastoupil 14:51; 6, J, Schaack 16:44 (SH).

THIRD PERIOD: 7, J, S. Kamlitz (Schaack, Schnaidt), 5:35; 8, J, Carissa Finck (Schnaidt, T. Kamlitz), 16:18.

SAVES: D, Kelsey Gillen 16-12-7-35; J, Carissa Finck 5-x-x-5, Ally Dion x-3-3-6.

RECORDS: Jamestown 16-5, 14-4 state; Dickinson 1-17, 0-15 state.