Waseca 0-0-0 = 0
Windom Area 6-4-1 = 11
A big night on offense and a milestone night in net sparked the Windom Area girls hockey team to an 11-0 victory Monday over Waseca at the Windom Arena.
Sophomore Presley Dockter, in her first varsity game, scored four goals, including two shorthanded goals, and added two assists.
Meanwhile, goalie Kaylie Baerg stopped all 23 shots she faced, including a penalty shot. In the process, she surpassed 1,000 career saves.
Dockter wasted no time making her presence felt, scoring off an assist from Marissa Becker 47 seconds into the game.
Then, 1:53 into the game, eighth-grader Reagan Haugen won a scramble for the puck in front of the Bluejay net, poking the puck in for her first career goal. And 13 seconds later, junior Elly Bang gave the Eagles a quick 3-0 lead.
Toria Robillard added a goal at the 4:27 mark. Then, at the 12:03 mark of the period, Dockter intercepted a Waseca pass and scored on a shorthanded breakaway.
Becker added a goal with 20 seconds left in the period, giving the Eagles a 6-0 lead.
Miranda Cory added a goal at the 1:53 mark of the second period before the Eagles ended the period on a scoring binge. Becker scored a power play goal on a 5-on-3 advantage. Then, less then two minutes later, Dockter tallied her third goal for a hat trick.
For good measure, Dockter added a shorthanded goal with one second left in the second period for a 10-0 Eagle lead.
Windom Area’s lone goal of the third period was from eighth-grader Mataya Hall, who netted her first career goal.
Next games: Check for updates after each game.
Windom Area: at New Ulm (Sleepy Eye), Feb. 5