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GIRLS HOCKEY

The rising senior talks about her hockey story, Gentry's trip to state, and how she decided to commit to Bemidji State.
The sophomore defender announced her commitment after a successful season with the Skippers that ended in a Class AA second-place finish.
Retrum, a Penn State commit, talks about her hockey journey, the culture of the Maple Grove team and how she leads by example.
The St. Cloud Crush, formerly the St. Cloud Icebreakers, went through a lot of change over the past year.

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Marshall girls hockey is looking forward to next season as the team loses only three seniors this offseason and has plenty of up-and-coming young talent.
Head coach Cailyn Olesen talks about the team's season in the competitive Lake Conference that includes teams like Edina, Minnetonka and Wayzata, coaching at a co-op program and what next year might look like for the squad.
After losing 13 seniors in 2020-2021, the Storm'n Sabres knew that the last season wouldn't be easy. The team has spent the past season acclimating young players to a varsity roster and has found new leaders all over the ice.
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