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North Shore Storm Girls Hockey Struggle Against Moose Lake Area Rebels

Something, as they say, is “going around.” On Thursday, November 30th, I had been planning to go to the Two Harbors Agates boys’ basketball game. When I learned that the varsity game had been moved up, due to illness amongst the JV team, I adjusted my plan to go into town earlier. Before I left the house, I happened to check again and noticed that the game had been canceled. The Floodwood team, which had been set to play against Two Harbors, wasn’t feeling too hot either.

All, as they say, dressed up and nowhere to go, I bundled up a bit better and headed to the Sonju Arena in Two Harbors to watch the North Shore Storm Girls High School Hock­ey team play against the Moose Lake Area Rebels.

The Rebels established their presence very quickly. Within just over six minutes of the game, Moose Lake had 3 even-strength goals on the scoreboard. Just before the end of the period, #7 Natalie Larson, a senior, scored on the team’s first power play of the night. The goal was assisted by #11 Kinsey Komarek, also a senior, and #4 Seirra Geatz, who is a freshman.

After a hooking call on the Storm a minute and a half into the second, Moose Lake took advantage and scored within 30 seconds of the power play. They would score on another power play after there was too many play­ers on the ice call later in the period.

It was an odd beginning of the 3rd when a hooking call resulted in a penalty shot for the Rebels. Though unsuccessful, Moose Lake would score another goal late in the period bringing the score to 6-1. Moose Lake Rebels would have 3 penalties in the 3rd and fresh­man #9 Reese Costley took advantage of a power play to bring the final score to 6-2. She was assisted by #4 Seirra Gaetz.

The girls went on to play the Pine City Area at the Mora Civic Center on Saturday, December 2nd. The final score was 0-3, Pine City. As of December 4th, the team is 0-6. By the time of this publishing, the Storm will have played Cloquet-Esko-Carlton on Tues­day the 5th, at the Sonju Arena.

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