GIRLS HOCKEY: BHS season comes to a close
ROSEAU -- The Lumberjacks girls hockey season ended at the hands of the Rams on Saturday, as eighth-seeded Bemidji fell to top-seeded Roseau 4-1 in the Section 8AA quarterfinals at Memorial Arena in Roseau.
Junior forward Maggie Marcotte scored the Jacks’ lone goal to tie the game at 1-1 at the 2:10 mark of the first period, but it was all Roseau (21-5) from there.
The Rams outshot Bemidji (5-21) 54-9, making for a busy 50-save night for BHS freshman goalie Nettie Kimble.
Scoring for Roseau were Ellie Hedlund, Jodi Ostroski, Anika Stoskopf and Gina Wensloff.
The Rams advance to host a semifinal matchup at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13, when they will take on Saturday’s winner between the St. Cloud Icebreakers and Sartell-Sauk Rapids.
Roseau 4, Bemidji 1
ROS 2 0 2 -- 4
BHS 1 0 0 -- 1
First Period -- 1, ROS, Hedlund (Santl) 1:57; 2, BHS, Marcotte (Eller) 2:10; 3, ROS (Shorthanded), Ostroski (E. Helgeson) 10:31.
Second Period -- No Scoring.
Third Period -- 4, ROS,(Power Play), Stoskopf (Murphy, Strand) 6:33; 5, ROS (Empty Net), Wensloff (S. Helgeson) 16:17.
Goaltending (Shots-Saves) -- BHS, Kimble (53-50); ROS, Flaig (9-8).