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Williston tops Dickinson High in girls hockey

WILLISTON -- The Dickinson High girls hockey team dropped to 2-5 this season following a 5-4 loss to Williston on Friday. The Midgets got one goal apiece from Kennedy Kuntz and Ali Lafond and two goals from Taia Klaman, but Williston's Lizzy Goeb...

WILLISTON - The Dickinson High girls hockey team dropped to 2-5 this season following a 5-4 loss to Williston on Friday.

The Midgets got one goal apiece from Kennedy Kuntz and Ali Lafond and two goals from Taia Klaman, but Williston’s Lizzy Goebel tallied a hat trick, scoring once in each of the three periods.

Lynze Swanson and Carly Collings also scored for the Coyotes, who improved to 6-3 overall.

“We were short-handed today with only eight skaters, but I was proud of how hard everyone played,” Dickinson head coach Al Takle said. “(Goalie Baylee Kram) did a good job of keeping us in the game.”

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Williston 5, Dickinson High 4

DHS  1  1  2-4

W  1  2  2-5

FIRST PERIOD: 1, DHS, Kennedy Kuntz (Paige Schweitzer, Madison McChesney), 9:28. 2, W, Lizzy Goebel (Kendra Davis), 5:21.

SECOND PERIOD: 3, W, Goebel (Bethanie Pippin), 7:07. 4, W, Lynze Swanson, 3:09. 5, DHS, Taia Klaman (Kuntz), 6.4.

THIRD PERIOD: 6, W, Carly Collings, 7:32. 7, W, Goebel (Davis, Maggie Borseth), 6:50. 8, DHS, Ali Lafond (Klaman), 6:35. 9, DHS, Klaman, 3:50.

SAVES: DHS, Baylee Kram 36 saves. W, Kennon Schmit 3 saves; Maddy McLees 2 saves.

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