Glaciers host Sheridan and Jackson

Robert Galbreath photos Molly Murphy chases the puck during the girls’ game on Saturday.

High School League continues winning streak

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,

8-1.

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.

18-U League

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

Schupp.

On defense, goalie John Mitchell made

25 saves.

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

Wilson.

Kellen Schupp played goalie Saturday

morning and made 11 saves.

Girls’ 19U

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

night.

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.

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