In an action-packed
weekend of home games, the under-18
high school league scored two more wins
against Sheridan, remaining in the number
two spot for the division. On Friday, Dec.
20, the Glaciers pummeled Sheridan, 7-1,
with a repeat win on Saturday morning,
The girls’ under-19 league battled it out
with Jackson, and came close to winning
a tight game on Saturday night that nearly
ended in a tie. Jackson edged up by a single
point for the final 4-3 win. On Sunday
morning, the Glaciers fell to Jackson, 8-2.
The high school team hit the ice with a
fury on Friday evening, shooting in four
goals during the first period to zero for
Jackson. Jayden Currah scored first with
an assist from Colby White. White took his
turn at the net off an assist by Zain Roberts.
Kaden Irey shot in a power play with
Damion Williams and White. White scored
again, assisted by Irey and Williams.
In the second period, Jackson managed
to score a single point, but the Glaciers
answered with three goals. Logan Marroquin
made a power play with Zain Roberts.
Justin Morgan scored next off a play by
Currah and Thomas Edwards. Kyler Van
Valkenburg made the final goal of the
night with assists from Currah and Kellen
On defense, goalie John Mitchell made
Bright and early Saturday morning, the
high school league was back on the ice.
The first period ended in a 1-1 tie with
Marroquin shooting in the goal assisted
by Malyki Uranker. In period two, the
Glaciers popped in three points. Williams
made the first goal unassisted, followed by
a power play shot in by White with Currah
and Boyd Boylan. Currah finished out the
period with a goal assisted by White.
The Glaciers stormed onto the ice in
the third period, outscoring Jackson 4-0.
Uranker shot the puck in first, assisted by
Roberts. Irey scored next with Boylan and
Williams. Williams shot in the final two
goals assisted by Duke Carson and Riley
Kellen Schupp played goalie Saturday
morning and made 11 saves.
The girls’ teams played one of their
best games of the season against Jackson
on Saturday night. After a scoreless first
period, Jackson shot in two goals to one
from Pinedale in the second period. Molly
Murphy scored the goal unassisted.
In the third period, Pinedale nearly won
the game with a 2-2 tie in scoring. Murphy
scored both goals in the third period, assisted
by Ellie Jensen each time.
Mackenzie Reinert played goalie and
racked up an impressive 62 saves on Saturday
On Sunday morning, Jackson skated
onto the ice determined to win. In the first
period, Jackson scored two points while
Pinedale shot in one, a goal by Seren
Noble with an assist from Rachel Wight.
Jackson surged ahead in the second period
with five points.
Pinedale answered back in the third period,
and tied scoring, 1-1. Murphy made
the final goal of the game unassisted.
Reinert once again caught a nice streak of
saves, totaling 48.