Glaciers score wins against Jackson, Sheridan

Robert Galbreath photo Christian Sosa Sanchez maneuvers the puck out of Glacier territory during the Feb. 4 game against Sheridan. Sanchez scored two goals against Sheridan on Feb. 5.

WYOMING – The Pinedale Glaciers’ 19U girls’ team and 18U high school squad each snagged victories over the weekend.

The 19U traveled to Jackson for a pair of away games on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 4-5. The Glaciers defeated Jackson, 3-2, in both games.

The 18U hosted Sheridan. Rallying from a tough 9-0 loss on Saturday, Feb. 4, the Glaciers pulled ahead in a close game on Sunday morning to score the win, 6-5.


The first period of Saturday’s game ended in a 1-1 stalemate. Molly Murphy shot the puck into the goal for Pinedale.

Following a scoreless second period, Pinedale edged ahead in the third period, 2-1. Lexi Harper opened scoring in the third period with a goal assisted by Murphy. Anabella Fausett scored next off a play by Murphy and Harper.

Kylynn Martin played goalie on Saturday and tallied 33 saves.

Pinedale dominated the first period on Sunday, besting Jackson, 2-0. Xochi Holland-Gonzalez maneuvered the puck into the goal for Pinedale, assisted by Murphy. Murphy scored the second goal unassisted.

Both teams scored 1 point in the second period. Murphy shot the goal into the net for Pinedale, assisted by Fausett.

Martin made 37 saves as goalie on Sunday.


Sheridan controlled the ice on Saturday, outpacing the Glaciers, 9-0, when the final buzzer sounded.

Tyson Ramirez served as goalie on Saturday, posting 31 saves. Korvyn Powell stepped in briefly as goalie and made eight saves.

Undaunted, the Glaciers battled back on Sunday morning.

Sheridan won the first period, 3-1. Peyton Bauman scored for Pinedale, assisted by Randal Reddon and Cayden Christensen.

Pinedale turned the tables in the second period, scoring 2 points while a fortified defense held Sheridan to nil. Edwin Vega-Hernandez shot the puck into the net, assisted by Christensen and Waylon Williams. Mason Currah scored with a power play, assisted by Tyler Currah.

Maintaining the pressure into the third period, Pinedale scored 3 points and held Jackson to 2. Mason Currah opened scoring in the final period with a goal for the Glaciers, assisted by Williams. Christian Sosa Sanchez scored the next two goals, both unassisted.

Shea Rogge played goalie on Sunday and totaled 18 saves.