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Midgets shutout Watford City

WATFORD CITY -- With freshman goaltender Jayli Wandler in between the pipes, the Dickinson High girls hockey team shutout Watford City in a 6-0 victory on Tuesday, Feb. 5.

WATFORD CITY - With freshman goaltender Jayli Wandler in between the pipes, the Dickinson High girls hockey team shutout Watford City in a 6-0 victory on Tuesday, Feb. 5.

Wandler made 14 saves in the matchup, while Oilers netminder Jeanine Miller made 35 stops.

Midgets sophomore forward Emma Meduna struck midway through the first with assists from junior defender Taia Klaman and freshman forward/defender Mataya Mortensen.

After assisting on a Klaman goal, senior attacker Kamryn Kuntz scored a power play goal with one minute and 46 seconds left in the first.

Senior forward/defender Kennedy Kuntz added another power play score at the 7:23 mark of the second. Kamryn Kuntz put another another late goal away, this time with 1:03 left in the second.

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With 6:48 remaining in the game, Kennedy Kuntz scored her second goal with helpers from freshman defender Jenna Moormann and junior forward Ali Lafond.

Dickinson High 6, Watford City 0D 3 2 1 - 6WC 0 0 0 - 0 FIRST PERIOD: 1, D, Emma Meduna (Taia Klaman, Mataya Mortensen), 8:52. 2, D, Klaman (Kamryn Kuntz), 5:14. 3, D, Kuntz, 1:46, PP. SECOND PERIOD: 4, D, Kennedy Kuntz (Klaman), 7:23, PP. 5, D, Kamryn Kuntz (Ali Lafond, Klaman), 1:03. THIRD PERIOD: 6, D, Kennedy Kuntz (Jenna Moormann, Lafond), 6:48. SAVES: D, Jayli Wandler 5-4-5-14. WC, Jeanine Miller 14-7-14-35.

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