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Prep hockey: Sheyenne shuts down Grand Forks Central

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Boys

WF Sheyenne 3, GF Central 0

GRAND FORKS — Three West Fargo Sheyenne skaters scored goals and goalie Riley Swanson earned the shutout, making 19 saves in the Mustangs’ win on Tuesday.

Zachary Moser scored the game’s first goal at 2:21 of the first and Try Stocker made it 2-0 with a goal at 11:57. Trace Meyer added a third goal at 0:55 of the second period.

Sheyenne is 2-1 overall. Central is 2-2 overall.

Fargo Davies 4, Grafton-PR 1

FARGO — Fargo Davies scored three first-period goals and cruised to a win on Tuesday.

Davies’ Luke Lorenz scored on the power play at 1:22 of the first period and Andre Werk made it 2-0 with a goal at 8:24. Less than two minutes later, Jake Nelson put the Eagles up 3-0 with a goal at 10:07.

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Davies’ Garrett Winjum finished off the scoring with a goal at 2:48 of the third period. Davies’ goalie Colton Younggren was forced to make just six saves as the Eagles outshot Grafton 49-7.

Davies is 2-1 overall. Grafton is 0-43 overall

GF Red River 3, Fargo North 2 (OT)

FARGO — Luc Bydal scored at 2:01 of overtime and Grand Forks Red River picked up its third win of the season on Tuesday.

North scored the game’s first two goals when Owen Branson connected at 8:33 of the first and Koby Kiland scored at 15:31. But Red River scored second and third period goals to force OT.

Red River is 3-1 overall. North is 2-2 overall.

Fargo South-Shanley 6, West Fargo 1

WEST FARGO — John Lang scored two goals and goalie Noel Olsonawski made 22 saves as Fargo South-Shanley defeated West Fargo on Tuesday at the West Fargo Sports Arena.

Jordan French, Lang and Sam Ovsak scored the game’s first three goals. West Fargo’s Colten Bossert ended the string with a second-period goal, but South-Shanley’s Camden Myers, Lang and Jake Verwest scored third-period goals.

South-Shanley improved to 4-0 overall while West Fargo dropped to 1-2 overall.

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Moorhead 5, Roseau 1

ROSEAU — Moorhead’s rousing third period was more than enough to propel the Spuds to a win over Roseau on Tuesday.

The Spuds poured 23 of their 40 shots on goal in the third period and broke open a 1-1 game with four goals in about a seven-minute span. The Spuds outshot the Rams 40-22.

After a scoreless first period, Moorhead’s Colby Krier scored unassisted at 8:22 of the second.

Roseau’s Gavin Jensen tied it with a goal at 1:37 of the third. That’s when the Spuds ignited their offense.

Parker Gast put the Spuds ahead with a goal at 3:06 and Garrett Lindberg scored at 3:58. Aaron Reierson made it a three-goal game with a goal at 8:44 and Gast capped the scoring with his second goal of the night at 10:16.

Spuds goalie Kai Weigel made 21 saves.

Moorhead is 3-3 overall. Roseau is 3-1 overall.

Girls

Fargo Davies 2, Fargo North-South 1

FARGO — Davies edged Fargo North-South on Tuesday to remain unbeaten this season.

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Davies is 2-0-1 overall. North-South is 1-1 overall.

WF United 5, Jamestown 1

FARGO — Alyssa Smith and Sydney Dye set the tone with goals in the first 1 minute, 18 seconds and West Fargo United defeated Jamestown on Tuesday.

Smith scored unassisted eight seconds into the game and Dye scored at 1:18 on assists from Kaimbre Gourde and Mallory Docktor.

United’s Zoey Gervais scored at 11:08 of the second on assists from Smith and Courtney Docktor. Reagan Bents scored two Packers goals in the third period, the first at 3:21 on assists from Grace Vetter and the second at 4:46 on an assist from Dye.

United goalie Maggie Seeley stopped 21 of 22 shots.

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