Boys Hockey: Monticello thwarts Litchfield/D-C

Litchfield/D-C drops non-conference home game Tuesday

The Monticello Moose improved their record to 15-6-1 with the victory over Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato at Litchfield Civic Arena.

Monticello erupted for three second-period goals after the teams went into the locker room tied 0-0 after the first period.

Jeffrey Henrikson, Brooks Wilson and Gunnar Sibley all scored for the Moose in the second period.

Litchfield/D-C made it 3-1 with Trent Raisanen’s goal at the 2:46 mark of the third period. Raisanen was assisted by Jack Hillmann and Logan Benson.

Monticello iced the victory with Huntley Hinz’s goal at 10:36 of the third period.


Monticello 4,
Litchfield/D-C 1

Monticello (15-6-1) 0 3 1 — 4
Litchfield/D-C (10-12-1) 0 0 1 — 1
SECOND PERIOD – (1) M: Jeffrey Henrikson (Wilson Dahlheimer), 3:28 ... (2) M: Brooks Wilson (Alex Opatz), 8:27 ... (3) M: Gunnar Sibley (Ben Miller, Dahlheimer), 13:12
THIRD PERIOD – (4) L: Trent Raisanen (Jack Hillmann, Logan Benson), 2:46 ... (5) M: Huntley Hinz (Jacob Pederson, Gavin Brooks), 10:36
GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS – Monticello: Nash Wilson 33/34 … Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato: Cade Marquardt 35/39

Hutchinson 4,
River Lakes 2

Hutchinson earned a road victory over River Lakes at the Paynesville Arena.

Stats were not available at press time.

The Stars see their record drop to 12-9-1.

River Lakes plays at 7:15 p.m. Thursday against host Sauk Rapids at Sports Arena East.

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