Boys hockey results for Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022

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JM 7, St. Paul Johnson 2

ROCHESTER — Rochester John Marshall has a senior forward, Mason Decker, who led the team in scoring a year ago.

It has a junior defenseman, JT Veney, who is receiving interest from Division I colleges.

But a sophomore forward stole the show Saturday at the Rochester Recreation Center. Ole Fevold scored the first two goals of his varsity career and added three assists as JM rolled past St. Paul Johnson 7-2 in a non-conference boys hockey game.

Decker added a pair of goals and Camden Williams (one goal, one assist); Brock Clarey (two assists) and Cody Ahlstrom (two assists) had multi-point games.

Sophomore defenseman Cam Neurer also scored his first varsity goal, and Aaron Terpstra scored a goal.


Cody Vlasaty made 16 saves in the win.

JM (2-1-0 overall) plays at Mankato West on Thursday.


S.P. Johnson 1-1-0 — 2

John Marshall 3-2-2 — 7

St. Paul Johnson: Cristian Olando-Ruiz 1 goal; Matthew Corniea 1 goal; Nolan Hawkins 1 assist; Joaquin Ochocki 1 assist. Goalie: Justin Kasper 25 saves (32 shots).

John Marshall: Brock Clarey 2 assists; Cody Ahlstrom 2 assists; Camden Williams 1 goal, 1 assist; Mason Decker 2 goals; Cam Neurer 1 goal; Ole Fevold 2 goals, 3 assists; Peyton Eckhoff 1 assist; Adam Hegrenes 1 assist; Aaron Terpstra 1 goal. Goalie: Cody Vlasaty 16 saves (18 shots).

St. Paul Highland Park 5, Lourdes 2

ST. PAUL — Rochester Lourdes was within a goal against St. Paul Highland Park late in the second period Saturday, but the Scots pulled away over the final 20 minutes for a 5-2 non-conference victory.


Highland Park led 1-0 after one period and 3-1 after two.

Peyton Loeslie had a goal and an assist to lead Lourdes (0-3-0 overall). Jack Roe also scored for the Eagles, while Xander Carter-Kleven made 22 saves.

Lourdes plays host to St. Paul Academy at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at Graham Arena.


Lourdes 0-1-1 — 2

SPHP 1-2-2 — 5

Lourdes: Brayden Swee 1 assist; Vinny Harens 1 assist; Peyton Loeslie 1 goal, 1 assist; Jack Roe 1 goal; Aidan Ritter 1 assist. Goalie: Xander Carter-Kleven 22 saves (27 shots).

St. Paul Highland Park: Parks McCloskey 1 assist; Tommy Rust 2 assists; Emmett Eischens 1 goal; Thomas Bradford 1 assist; Oscar Andestic 1 goal; Benny Waud 1 goal; George Bullard 3 assists; Mark Whaley 1 assist; Charlie Eischens 1 assist; Myles Tilsen 1 assist; Isaac Johnson 2 goals. Goalie: Ben Olson 19 saves (21 shots).




La Crescent-Hokah 0-0-1 — 1

Dodge County 1-0-3 — 4

La Crescent-Hokah: Wyatt Farrell 1 goal; Sawyer Christianson 1 assist. Goalie: Collin Morken 12 saves (16 shots).

Dodge County: Fischer Paulson 1 goal, 1 assist; Dylan Klomps 1 assist; Riley Freiderich 1 goal, 1 assist; Brett Ludvigsen 2 goals, 2 assists; Nels Carstensen 1 assist. Goalie: Jackson Roethler 31 saves (32 shots).


Simley 1-3-1 — 5

Red Wing 1-1-0 — 2

Simley: Jake Stanton 3 assists; Matt Milner 2 goals; Braden Evanson 2 goals; Joey Stanton 1 assist; Justin Orn 1 goal. Goalie: Mason Melendez 39 saves (41 shots).

Red Wing: Sam Knowlton 1 assist; Conner Preston 1 assist; Charlie Peterson 1 goal; Carson Frank 1 assist; Ethan Anderson 1 goal. Goalie: Ellis Petersmeyer 32 saves (36 shots).

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