Girls hockey: Wahl earns first varsity shutout, Geffre scores first career goal

Four Lakers score multiple goals in big win over International Falls

Detroit Lakes Girls Hockey

DETROIT LAKES – The Detroit Lakes girls hockey team had a couple of firsts on Tuesday night in an 11-0 win over International Falls.

Senior goaltender Emma Wahl notched her first career shutout. She made 14 saves in goal to earn her fourth win of the season. Junior Ivy Geffre also scored her first career goal to give the Lakers (4-15) a 1-0 lead over the Broncos (0-16) in the first period.

Senior Emma Coley scored four goals and added two assists in the win. She scored a natural hat trick in the second period. Her 24 goals on the season put her at 21st in the state among all girls hockey players.

Hadlee Justesen, Adisyn Strand and Kaydence Thorsteeinson each scored two goals. Madison Olson, Aspen Rohde, Ella Larson, Brooklyn Blake, Brynn Erickson and Natalie Carlson all recorded at least one assist.


DETROIT LAKES 2 5 4 - 11

SCORING- FIRST PERIOD- Detroit Lakes- Ivy Geffre (Madison Olson, Emma Coley) 0:51; Detroit Lakes- Coley (Hadlee Justesen) 12:47; SECOND PERIOD- Detroit Lakes- Justesen (Kaydence Thorsteinsen, Adisyn Strand) 1:52; Detroit Lakes- Strand (Aspen Rohde) 2:34; Detroit Lakes- Coley (Olson) 2:55; Detroit Lakes- Coley (Ella Larson, Brynn Erickson) 3:04; Detroit Lakes- Coley (Larson, Erickson) 6:02; THIRD PERIOD- Detroit Lakes- Thorsteinson (Rohde, Justesen) 1:57; Detroit Lakes- Strand (Coley, Natalie Carlson) 3:16; Detroit Lakes- Justesen (Rohde, Carlson) 10:05; Detroit Lakes- Thorsteinson (Brooklyn Blake, Rohde) 14:15; PENALTIES- Detroit Lakes- 10 minutes on 5 infractions; International Falls- 4 minutes on 2 infractions; GOALTENDING- Detroit Lakes- Emma Wahl, W, 14 saves, 0 goals allowed; International Falls- Mara Pelland, L, 46 saves, 11 goals allowed

Jared Rubado is the sports editor for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and the Perham Focus. He moved to the area in September of 2021 after covering sports for the Alexandria Echo Press for nearly three years. Jared graduated from the University of Augustana in 2018 with degrees in journalism and sports managment.
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