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Kuntz’s two goals not enough for Midgets girls hockey

MANDAN -- Two third-period goals from Kamryn Kuntz came too late for the Dickinson High girls hockey team, which suffered a 4-2 loss at Mandan on Tuesday.

MANDAN - Two third-period goals from Kamryn Kuntz came too late for the Dickinson High girls hockey team, which suffered a 4-2 loss at Mandan on Tuesday.

Kuntz, a sophomore, scored unassisted at the 9:35 mark, and off an assist from freshman Taia Klaman at the 12:54 mark of the third period to put the Midgets (3-9, 2-7 state) on the board, but the Braves already held a 4-0 advantage by that point.

“We started sluggish and struggled to get the puck out of our own end,” head coach Al Takle said.

Mandan (7-6-1, 4-6) received a goal in the first period from Maiah McCowan and goals in the middle period from Taley Davis and McKenna Quintus. Chaya Joersz scored 5:27 into the third period for the Braves’ final goal.

Dickinson goaltender Baylee Kram had 40 saves in the loss.

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Mandan 4, Dickinson High 2

DHS  0  0  2-2

M  1  2  1-4

FIRST PERIOD: 1, M, Maiah McCowan, 5:57. .

SECOND PERIOD: 2, M, Taley Davis (Hannah Peterson, Hailey Anderson), 3:17. 3, M, McKenna Quintus (McCowan), 13:29.

THIRD PERIOD: 4, DHS, Kamryn Kuntz, 9:35. 5, DHS, Kuntz (Taia Klaman), 12:54.

SAVES: DHS, Baylee Kram 19-11-10-40. M, Emily Hoerner 5-5-7-17.   

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