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Dickinson High girls hockey doesn’t hold early lead at Fargo North-South

FARGO -- The Dickinson High girls hockey team built a 2-0 lead in the first period but couldn't hang on Saturday, losing 9-2 to Fargo North-South.Freshmen Kamryn Kuntz and Kennedy Kuntz scored within a minute of each other for the Midgets in the ...

FARGO - The Dickinson High girls hockey team built a 2-0 lead in the first period but couldn’t hang on Saturday, losing 9-2 to Fargo North-South.
Freshmen Kamryn Kuntz and Kennedy Kuntz scored within a minute of each other for the Midgets in the first period, but the Bruins tied the game in the minute after that.
Fargo North-South then piled on three goals in the second period and four in the third to complete the lopsided win.
Dickinson freshman goalkeeper Baylee Kram stopped 23 shots in the loss. Bruins goalie Kaylee Caspers saw only 10 shots come her way, and she saved eight of them. The Midgets didn’t record a shot on goal in the final period.

Fargo North-South 9, Dickinson 2
D 2 0 0 – 2
F 2 3 4 – 9
FIRST PERIOD: 1, D, Kamryn Kuntz (Kylee Zastoupil) 7:59. 2, D, Kennedy Kuntz, 8:45. 3, F, Anna Erickson (Sami Trana) 9:19. 4, F, Emily Dorsey (Mackenzie Hanson) 9:53.
SECOND PERIOD: 1, F, Erickson 1:04. 2, F, Graysen Myers (Sarah Marcy, Sami Trana) 4:19. 3, F, Jaycee Moore (Cambrie Watson) 12:52.
THIRD PERIOD: 1, F, Myers (Trana) 1:14. 2, F, Marcy 5:14. 3, F, Rose Stahl (Kelsey Sivertson, Ellie Vetsch) 6:38. 4, F, Hanson (Myers) 8:55.
SAVES: D, Baylee Kram 7-16 – 23. F, Kaylee Caspers 4-4 - 8.

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