Glaciers clear the halfway point of the season

WYOMING – The Pinedale Glaciers finished the 10th week of competition last weekend, the season more than halfway over as the teams enter the holidays.

The 19U girls’ team played Gillette in two close games on the road, winning, 3-2, on Friday, Dec. 17, and falling, 4-3, on Saturday.

The girls traveled to Sheridan Saturday evening, losing in a 7-6 nail-biter. Sheridan pulled out a second win, 4-3, on Sunday.

The 18U boys’ team hosted Douglas on Saturday and Sunday. Douglas won both games, 15-3 and 12-4, respectively.


The first period ended with Gillette ahead, 1-0. Pinedale rallied in the second period, with a goal each from Anabella Fausett and Lexi Harper.

Both teams scored once in the third period and Fausett secured Pinedale’s one- point win.

Goalie Zoey Bonney tallied 30 saves.

On Saturday, Gillette outscored Pinedale, 3-1, in the first period. Fausett made the short-handed goal unassisted. Following a scoreless second period, Fausett shot in two more goals.

Bonney caught 26 saves as goalie.

In the next game, Sheridan dominated the first period, 3-0. Pinedale outscored Sheridan in the second period, 3-2, with two goals from Miller and one by Fausett.

Pinedale outmaneuvered Sheridan in the third period as Miller scored two goals and Harper, one.

Bonney made 27 saves.

Sunday, the first period ended scoreless. Sheridan surged ahead in the second period with four goals to one from Pinedale’s Murphy. Pinedale won the third period, 2-0, with goals from Harper and Murphy.

Goalie Bonney saved 32 shots.


Douglas hit the ice swinging in the first period on Saturday, shooting in eight goals while Pinedale’s Jayden Currah scored two.

Douglas outscored Pinedale in the second period, 4-1, with Yates Garcilaso Huffman’s power-play goal. Douglas shot in three goals to nil from Pinedale in the third period.

Goalie Gabe Person made 35 saves.

Sunday, Pinedale battled Douglas to a 2-2 tie in the first period, with Currah scoring the first goal and Edwin Vega Hernandez the second.

Douglas pushed ahead in the second period, scoring six points to two from Glaciers’ Currah and Garcilaso Huffman.

Person caught 51 saves.


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