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Warriors fall to Card girl skaters

The Brainerd Warriors became the most recent victim to fall to the Alexandria girls' hockey team last Thursday night. The Cardinals and Warriors skated to a scoreless tie through one period, but Kathryn DelZoppo got Alex on the board 3:28 into th...

The Brainerd Warriors became the most recent victim to fall to the Alexandria girls' hockey team last Thursday night.

The Cardinals and Warriors skated to a scoreless tie through one period, but Kathryn DelZoppo got Alex on the board 3:28 into the second period.

From then on it was the Michelle Anez show for the remainder of the period. One week after her three-goal, six-point game against Sartell-Sauk Rapids, Anez was once again on the offensive attack. She provided two goals in the second period to build a commanding 3-0 lead.

Abby Williams and Ally Nielsen added insurance goals for the Cardinals in the third and the five goals were more than enough for goaltender Danielle Justice.

Justice controlled the net all night, turning aside 30 shots from the Warriors.

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The win moves the Cardinals to 13-1-2 overall and extends their unbeaten streak to 13 games. They remain atop the Central Lakes Conference at 9-0-1, but St. Cloud Tech is not far behind at 7-1-2.

GAME RESULTS

SECOND PERIOD - 3:28, Kathryn DelZoppo (A) assisted by Abby Williams; 10:09, Michelle Anez (A) unassisted; 12:06, Michelle Anez (A) assisted by Ashley Holmes

THIRD PERIOD - 6:20, Abby Williams (A) assisted by Shanee Herd, Kathryn DelZoppo; 12:39, Ally Nielsen (A) unassisted

GOALTENDER - Danielle Justice - 30 saves, shutout

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