Girls hockey: Balanced Ponies overwhelm Woodbury
Ten different players collected at least one point as the Stillwater girls’ hockey team dispatched Woodbury 7-1 in Tuesday’s Suburban East Conference game at the St. Croix Valley Rec Center.
The Ponies (2-1-0 SEC, 3-3-1) jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first period on goals by Jane Vezina, Hannah Okerstrom and Ali Biagini. Carlie Hart and Okerstrom increased Stillwater’s lead with a goal each in the second period.
Erin Goodell scored for Woodbury to spoil Stillwater’s shutout bid, but Vezina and Sara Bustad also tallied goals for the Ponies to build a six-goal cushion.
Allison Pasiuk made 11 saves in two periods while Shelby Anderson turned away three shots in the third for the Ponies, who held a 40-15 advantage in shots on goal.
Woodbury 0 0 1 — 1
Stillwater 3 2 2 — 7
First period — 1. St, Jane Vezina (Lauren Greeder) 5:45; 2. St, Hannah Okerstrom (unassisted) 13:53; 3. Ali Biagini (Hannah Heacox) 16:04.
Second period — 4. St, Carlie Hart (unassisted) 4:08; 5. St, Okerstrom (Katie Casto, Sara Bustad) 12:26.
Third period — 1. Wo, Erin Goodell (Molly Burke, Kayla Falconer) 6:53; 6. St, Vezina (Taylor Naugle, Samantha Scheid) 12:46; 7. St, Bustad (Okerstrom, Hart) 16:15.
Penalties — Wo, 2-4:00; St, 2-4:00.
Saves — Wo (Dylan Menne) 6-16-11—33; St (Allison Pasiuk) 4-7-x—11 and Shelby Anderson x-x-3—3.