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Marlin girls drop home contest to Brookings

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Mitchell's Jenna Grosdidier skates down the ice with the puck during a game against Brookings on Friday at the Mitchell Activity Center. (Jeremy Karll / Republic)
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The Mitchell Marlins girls hockey team allowed three goals in the final period during a 5-2 loss to Brookings on Friday.

The Rangers took a 2-0 lead in the first period, though the Marlins were able to tie the game at 2-all in the third period. Jenna Grosdidier netted a goal in the second period, followed by another from Kelsey Amick in the third.

However, the Rangers’ Savannah Barber scored the final three goals of her four-goal night, including a power play goal.

Brookings held a 30-25 advantage on shots on goal. Sadie Kludt saved 25 of 30 shots in the loss for the Marlins. For Brookings, Jadyn Runge earned the win in net, stopping 23 shots.

The Marlins (2-1) travel to Brookings at 7 p.m. today.

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