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GIRLS HOCKEY

"When it came to State, we peaked at the right time and played the best hockey we'd played all year and were able to win the tournament,” said Coach Clint Streeter.
The score line tells a story of a one sided affair, but Dickinson girl’s hockey team tenacity was an act in itself in the overwhelming defeat against Jamestown Saturday afternoon.
Dickinson girls hockey, who last season struggled greatly, seemingly found their groove early this season in a domination on the ice.
The Dickinson girls hockey team played their third home game of the season against the Grand Forks Knight Riders Friday night at the West River Ice Center. After a well-fought first period, it would become an unsightly affair with Knight Riders scoring four unanswered goals to make the final score 4-0.

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Starting the third period stuck in a stalemate, Dickinson exploded for three goals to earn their first win of the season.
After the first period ending with a deadlock, West Fargo would bring the heat onto the ice, tallying two goals in the second and one in the third.
FARGO — For the first time in 14 tries, the Minot girls hockey team made it out of the first round of the North Dakota girls state hockey tournament.
GRAND FORKS-For the first time in the four-year history of the co-op, Fargo North-South will play for a state championship.Sophomore defender Josie Hell scored two goals and added an assist to lead North-South to a 5-2 win over Fargo Davies on Fr...
GRAND FORKS--Grand Forks crushed the dreams of West Fargo a year ago. And for a few minutes, the United seemed like they might have their state championship dreams taken away again.
GRAND FORKS--Bismarck didn't have to worry much about defense in the North Dakota girls hockey state quarterfinals. The Blizzard dominated the offensive zone and controlled the puck for so long they weren't even in their defensive zone for long a...

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GRAND FORKS--Sydney Peterson clanked her hockey stick against the goal posts more times than she actually had to defend it. In one of the biggest games of her high school career, Peterson was getting bored.
GRAND FORKS--Fargo North-South's girls hockey players had their hearts broken around this time a year ago. North-South's high octane offense was stymied by lower-seeded Mandan in an overtime loss in the first round of the state tournament.
FARGO--Scheels Arena will be hosting the North Dakota boys and girls state hockey tournaments this week, after hosting the tournaments for the first time in 2015. It marked the first time since 1971 Fargo hosted the tournaments.

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