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Andre Irey photo Kaden Irey checks his opponent during the match against Cody over the weekend. The Glaciers under-18 high school team opened its season with two wins.

The Glaciers’ under-18 high

school team and under-19 girls’ league team

played their first games of the season at the

Sublette County Ice Arena, Friday through

Sunday, Nov. 1-3.

The under-18 high school team trounced

its opponents from Cody. On Friday night,

the Glaciers defeated Cody, 9-0, followed by

a 13-4 victory on Saturday morning. The girls’

team fell to Laramie, 9-0, on Saturday and 8-2

on Sunday morning.

The Glaciers’ under-18 team scored three

points within two minutes near the beginning

of the game on Friday evening. Damion Williams

opened scoring for the Glaciers with an

assist from Kaden Irey. Less than a minute

later, Colby White shot the puck in, assisted

by Justice Nations. Jayden Currah followed up

with a goal assisted by Williams.

Irey scored for the Glaciers six minutes into

the game with an assist by Micah Crum. Williams

scored again just 30 seconds later, assisted

by Irey. White scored his second goal of

the game assisted by Kyler Van Valkenburg.

Crum shot the puck with an assist from Nations,

followed by another point from Currah

assisted by Duke Carson. White completed the

game with the ninth point unassisted.

Cody’s offense rarely made it near the Glaciers’

net, but the few times they did, goalie

John Mitchell was waiting and made a total of

10 saves for the game.

On Saturday morning, Cody found some

momentum and nearly tied the first period

but the Glaciers edged up by a point. Williams

made the first score for Pinedale in a

power play with White and Currah. Cody

shot in the next two points. The Glaciers rallied

with goals scored by Currah, assisted by

Thomas Edwards, and Williams, assisted by

Boyd Boylan.

The Glaciers dominated the second period,

shooting in six goals to one for Cody. Crum

set the pace with the first goal, off a play

with Williams and Boylan. Boylan shot in a

goal of his own assisted by White. Williams

made an unassisted power play, followed by

two goals scored by White, each off an assist

from Currah.

Logan Marroquin finished out scoring for

Pinedale in the second period with a goal assisted

by Yates Garcilaso-Huffman and Irey.

In the third period, Pinedale dropped in

four more goals. Currah scored first with an

assist from White, followed by an unassisted

goal from Williams. Zain Roberts shot the

puck into the net with assists from White and

Duke Carson. Irey rounded out the scoring

with an unassisted goal.

Kellen Schupp played goalie for the second

under-18 game and made a total of 19 saves.

Under-19 girls

On Saturday evening, the under-19 girls’

team took on Laramie, but was unable to

score a point. Goalie Makenzie Reinert made

a total of 25 saves.

On Sunday, the girls’ team scored two

goals. Molly Murphy shot in a goal with an

assist from Alexis Wight in the second period.

Murphy scored again at the end of the second

period, assisted by Sydney Jensen. Reinert

played goalie in the second game with an impressive

43 saves.

Coming up

The under-18 team will hit the ice again

on Nov. 22 with a 3 p.m. away game against

Gillette. The following day, Nov. 23, the team

plays a second match against Gillette at 8 a.m.

The under-19 girls’ team plays two home

games against Rock Springs on Nov. 15 at

7 p.m. and Nov. 16 at 8 a.m. at the Sublette

County Ice Arena.

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