Girls hockey: Fargo North-South edges Jamestown in shootout

North-South tallied a 53-13 advantage in shots on goal

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FARGO — Fargo North-South downed Jamestown in a shootout Thursday in North Dakota girls hockey at the Fargo Coliseum. The game was scored 2-2, but North-South won the shootout 1-0.

North-South tallied a 53-13 advantage in shots on goal, but Jamestown hung tough to force overtime and eventually a shootout.

Alexis Kirkeby put Jamestown up 1-0 with a goal 13 minutes, 44 seconds into the first period. Lindsey Astrup buried the equalizer for North-South midway through the second frame. Julia Puhl then put the Spruins up 2-1 with a goal 7:01 into the third frame.

Jamestown's Ellie Krueger scored a power-play goal with just over two minutes to play in regulation to force OT.

North-South goalie Olivia Gowin recorded 11 saves, while Jamestown (9-12) goalie Olivia Sorlie tallied 51 saves.


The Spruins (17-6) are unbeaten in their last seven games.

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