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DHS girls hockey records shutout

The Dickinson High girls hockey team stopped a five-game losing streak to the Richland Rangers of Sidney, Mont., on Tuesday, turning in a 2-0 win at the West River Ice Center.

The Dickinson High girls hockey team stopped a five-game losing streak to the Richland Rangers of Sidney, Mont., on Tuesday, turning in a 2-0 win at the West River Ice Center.

Dickinson sophomore goalie Baylee Kram stopped 29 shots in the shutout.

Midgets freshman Ali Lafond scored the first varsity goal of her career 1 minute, 14 seconds into the first period for a 1-0 lead.

Almost five minutes into the second period, the Midgets (2-2) doubled their advantage as freshman Taia Klaman assisted on a goal by senior Paige Schweitzer.

"They are a quality team. We were able to control the game early," Dickinson head coach Al Takle said. "Baylee had a great game in net. The team was happy for Ali getting her first varsity goal."

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Dickinson High 2, Sidney 0

S 0 0 0 - 0

DHS 1 1 0 - 2

FIRST PERIOD: 1, DHS, Ali Lafond, 1:14.

SECOND PERIOD: 2, DHS, Paige Schweitzer (Taia Klaman), 4:42. .

THIRD PERIOD: No scoring.

SAVES: S, Ally McLauglin 28 saves. DHS, Baylee Kram 29 saves.

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