Lecy leads JM/L to road victory
FARMINGTON — Rochester John Marshall/Lourdes continued its winning way on Tuesday, using a balanced offense to top Farmington 5-2 in a non-conference girls hockey game.
Kate Valentine scored twice for JM/L, while Renee Saltness, Brooklyn Birdseye and Laura Meillier scored once each. Birdseye added two assists, while Saltness, Mallory Adamson and Tori Thompson had one each.
Melissa Zinser made 21 saves to earn the victory in goal. JM outshot Farmington 38-23.
"The team is playing well early in the season and the players are supporting each other on and off the ice," JM/L senior captain Marisa Lecy said. "It's a lot of fun now and there is still a lot of development to come. We move the puck well and are improving our game every time we hit the ice."
The Rockets (3-1-0 overall) play at Winona on Thursday. JM/Lourdes 5, Farmington 2
John Marshall/Lourdes:Renee Saltness 1 goal, 1 assist; Brooklyn Birdseye 1 goal, 2 assists; Laura Meillier 1 goal; Mallory Adamson 1 assist; Kate Valentine 2 goals; Tori Thompson 1 assist; Melissa Zinser 21 saves.
Farmington Tigers:Shelby Klotz 1 goal; Ellie Moser 1 goal; Brooke Raske 1 assist; Molly singewald 34 saves.
Mayo shut out by SPU
ST. PAUL — Rochester Mayo played well, including a 23-save performance by goalie Rachel Schmitz, but the Spartans dropped a non-conference girls hockey game against the St. Paul United on Tuesday.
St. Paul scored once in the first and second, then sealed the victory with two third-period goals. SPU outshot Mayo 27-19.
"Our girls played a strong game," Mayo coach Jeff Bolin said. "We took a little time to get started, but competed every step of the way. I think we will get better as we go. For now there are a few points to drive home and this group will respond to whatever comes their way."
Mayo plays host to Big Nine Conference rival Owatonna at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Rochester Recreation Center. St. Paul United 4 , Mayo 0
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Mayo:Rachel Schmitz 23 saves.