Solid victory for Proctor/Hermantown – shut out Bloomington Jefferson

The Proctor/Hermantown won their home game against the Bloomington Jefferson. The team put in a strong effort and got a shutout. The game ended 9-0.

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The Proctor/Hermantown won their home game against the Bloomington Jefferson. The team put in a strong effort and got a shutout. The game ended 9-0.

The Proctor/Hermantown players took the lead early into the first period, with a goal from Reese Heitzman. Hailey Jussila and Ella Rothe assisted.

The Proctor/Hermantown's players Izy Fairchild increased the lead to 2-0 in the first period, assisted by Morgan Lavalley and Natalie Berg.

The Proctor/Hermantown players increased the lead to 3-0 late in the first when Izy Fairchild scored again, assisted by Hannah Graves.

The Proctor/Hermantown players scored three goals in second period an held the lead 6-0 going in to the second break.

The Proctor/Hermantown players increased the lead to 7-0 early into the third period when Anika Burke scored, assisted by Jane Eckstrom and Alyssa Yokom.

Hannah Graves increased the lead to 8-0 just one minute later, assisted by Izy Fairchild.

In the end the 9-0 came from Anika Burke who increased the Proctor/Hermantown's players lead, assisted by Mya Gunderson and Jane Eckstrom, early in the third. The 9-0 goal held up as the game winner.

Coming up:

On Sunday, the Proctor/Hermantown players will host the South St Paul players at 3:30 p.m. CST at Hermantown Arena and the Bloomington Jefferson players will play against the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton players at 3 p.m. CST at Norhwoods Credit Union Arena.