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Marlin girls net five goals in win

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BROOKINGS -- The Mitchell Marlins girls hockey team got back in the win column on Saturday, taking down Brookings, 5-4.

Kelsey Amick scored the game’s first goal, but the Rangers responded with four straight scores to take a commanding 4-1 lead. Amick found the back of the net for a second time in the third period, followed by Jenna Grosdidier scoring three straight goals to give her a hat trick and the Marlins the win.

Sadie Kludt saved 30 of 34 shots in the win, as Mitchell was out-shot 34-25 in the win.

For Brookings, Marina Gerstner stopped 20 of 25 shots. Montana Myer, McKenna Geraets, Brooklyn Roberts and Jenna Schulte each scored once, too.

The Marlins (3-1) host Sioux Center (Iowa) at noon Dec. 22.

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