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GIRLS HOCKEY: Bemidji struggles to generate scoring chances in loss to Gentry

The Bemidji High School girls hockey team had trouble getting the puck on net on Friday against Gentry Academy at the Bemidji Community Arena. Making matters worse, the Stars had no such trouble.

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Bemidji Lumberjacks

BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School girls hockey team had trouble getting the puck on net on Friday against Gentry Academy at the Bemidji Community Arena. Making matters worse, the Stars had no such trouble.

GA totaled 44 shots on goal, six of which went in for a 6-0 victory.

Cara Sarajevic and Rachel Agerter scored in the first period, with Jenessa Gazdik contributing a third in the middle session. Alexa Hanrahan, Maddie Geer and Sajevic added the final three goals in the third period.

Ava Myhre started in net for the Lumberjacks (4-17-2) and stopped 38 shots. Rylee Bartizal earned the shutout with six saves for the Stars (17-6).

BHS returns to the ice against Cloquet-Esko-Carlton at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 5, in Cloquet.

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Gentry Academy 6, Bemidji State 0

GA 2 1 3 -- 6

BHS 0 0 0 -- 0

First period -- 1, GA GOAL, Sajevic (Je. Gazdik, Ju. Gazdik), 0:36; 2, GA GOAL, Agerter (Sajevic), 3:07.

Second period -- 3, GA GOAL, Je. Gazdik (Ju. Gazdik), 16:25, PP.

Third period -- 4, GA GOAL, Hanrahan (Sajevic), 0:47; 5, GA GOAL, Geer (unassisted), 2:16; 6, GA GOAL, Sajevic (Agerter), 3:20.

Saves -- Myhre (BHS) 38; Bartizal (GA) 6.

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