Friday's metro high school hockey roundup
Moorhead 8, Buffalo 1
BUFFALO, Minn. — Six different Spuds scored as Moorhead cruised to a Minnesota boys hockey victory over Buffalo on Friday.
Lukas Feir and Caden Triggs each scored two goals to lead the Spuds (4-1). Kai Holm, Jonas Spicer, Carter Johnson and Cullen Gess each added a goal. Gess and Wyatt Gunkel each had two assists.The Spuds had a 50-25 shots advantage. Moorhead Goalie Hudson Hodges made 24 saves.
Jake Braccini buried the lone goal for Buffalo, which dropped to 0-3 this season.
Grand Forks Central 8, West Fargo 2
GRAND FORKS — The Knights rolled to victory over West Fargo in Eastern Dakota Conference action.
Zayne Brunette and Brayden Jacobson each scored a goal for the Packers.
Joseph Kennelly scored two goals to pace the Knights. GFC had a 58-15 advantage in shots on goal.
Central rose to 2-1 overall and 2-0 in the EDC. West Fargo fell to 4-1 overall and 2-1 in conference play.
Grand Forks Red River 4, West Fargo Sheyenne 2
WEST FARGO — Michael Coleman recorded a hat trick to left Red River to victory over Sheyenne.
Cole Voeller and Cooper Freije each scored a goal for the Mustangs.
The Roughriders improved to 2-0 both overall and in the EDC. Sheyenne fell to 0-3 both overall and in conference play.
West Fargo United 4, Dickinson 0
WEST FARGO — Payton Hareland scored a pair of goals to lead West Fargo United to a shutout win over Dickinson in North Dakota girls hockey.
Madison Schoenberg and Erin Nowacki each added a goal for United, which had a 32-10 advantage in shots on goal. Goalie Madelyn Buchert recorded the shutout in the net.
United rose to 3-1 overall, while Dickinson dropped to 1-2.
Fargo North-South 5, Mandan 1
FARGO — North-South breezed past Mandan in North Dakota girls hockey Friday night.
Rylee Bartz tallied her first of two goals within the first minute of the second period, while North-South also saw goals from Evelyn Olson, Jerica Friese and Josie Hell.
Madison Hertz scored the lone goal for Mandan.
North-South rose to 3-0 overall, while Mandan dropped to 1-2.