MBA Storm takes loss to Minnesota River

Morris/Benson Area drops to 0-2 after 9-1 defeat Saturday

Minnesota River scored seven unanswered goals en route to a 9-1 victory against Morris/Benson Area on Saturday.

The Storm’s lone goal came at the 10-minute, 40-second mark of the first period on an unassisted goal from Taryn Picht.

Minn. River 3 3 3 — 9
MBA 1 0 0 — 1
FIRST PERIOD – MR: Keely Olness (Nicole McCabe) 0:59 … MR: McCabe (Makenna Mueller) 5:27 PP … MR: Adrianna Bixby (Emma Seaver, Anna Pavlo) 6:25 … MBA: Taryn Picht 10:40
SECOND PERIOD – MR: McCabe (Mueller, Lucy Kleschult) 4:38 … MR: Seaver (Olness) 7:24 … MR: McCabe (Olness, Kleschult) 12:25
THIRD PERIOD – MR: McCabe (Olnes, Kleschult) 9:57 … MR: Ella Boomgaarden 11:42 … MR: Tayha McKinney (Elle Davis, Boomgaarden) 13:53

GOALIE SAVES/SHOTS – MR: Madison Kisor 8/9, Amelia Messer 2/2 … MBA: Leah Thompson 45/54

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