Marlins girls hockey finishes fourth at state tournament following loss to Sioux Falls

The Marlins finished with a 9-9-0-1 overall record this season.

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SIOUX FALLS — The Mitchell Marlins girls varsity hockey team took fourth place at the state tournament, falling 2-0 to Sioux Falls in the third-place game on Sunday afternoon.

After scoring six total goals across the first two days of the tournament, Mitchell was shut out for the first time all season, as Sioux Falls goalie Eva Ramm stopped all 21 of the Marlins’ shots. Sadie Kludt saved 33 of 35 shots faced in goal for the Marlins.

Both the Flyers’ goals came at even strength, as Rebecca Harris gave them the lead in the first period, assisted by Zoe Gorra, and Rylan Peska doubled the advantage in the second period.

The Marlins had a 9-9-0-1 record this season, while Sioux Falls finished 16-3-0-0.

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