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Proctor-Hermantown skates past Superior girls

The Superior High School girls hockey team lost 11-1 to Proctor-Hermantown Tuesday, Dec. 18 in Hermantown. Ten different skaters scored for the Mirage, who got two goals from Sydney Skorich. Lucy Drougas scored Superior's goal with an assist from...

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Superior High School's Rose Ion and Isabel Franta (22) celebrate after scoring a goal against Proctor/Hermantown Thursday, Dec. 18, at the Hermantown Arena. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)

The Superior High School girls hockey team lost 11-1 to Proctor-Hermantown Tuesday, Dec. 18 in Hermantown.

Ten different skaters scored for the Mirage, who got two goals from Sydney Skorich.

Lucy Drougas scored Superior’s goal with an assist from Destiny Holmes.

Presley Beron finished with 42 saves for Superior and Samantha Lewis stopped 12 shots for Proctor-Hermantown.

The Spartans play at Hayward at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20.

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Superior 1 0 0-1

Proctor-Herm. 4 5 2-11

First period - 1. PH, Braelyn Sathers (Kaitlyn Fawcett), 6:06 (pp). 2. SHS, Lucy Drougas (Destiny Holmes), 8:26 (pp). 3. PH, Michaela Phinney (Alyssa Watkins), 10:00. 4. PH, Dehli Heikes, 15:25. 5. PH, Watkins (Fawcett), 16:18.

Second period - 6. PH, Sydney Skorich (Sathers, Fawcett), 1:38. 7. Bailey Stokke (Heikes), 7:47 (sh). 8. PH, Fawcett (Ella Anick, Heikes), 11:16 (pp). 9. PH, Skorich (Aurora Opsahl), 12:35 (pp). 10. PH, Catrina Martin (Skorich), 13:00.

Third period - 11. Kaydee High (Macy Sieger), 10:07 (pp). 12. PH, Hanna Kauppinen, 15:43.

Saves - Presley Beron, SHS, 42. Samantha Lewis, PH, 12.

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