Majettes fall to West Fargo, 4-1
FARGO — The Minot High School girls hockey team (5-5-0) suffered a 4-1 loss on the road to the West Fargo (6-7-0) on Friday.
The Majettes struggled to get past a feisty West Fargo defense all night, failing to find the back of the net until midway through the third period. Junior Carson Abrahamson scored the team’s lone goal off an assist from O’Malley Eslinger with 10:54 left in regulation, but the four-point deficit was too much to overcome.
West Fargo finished the game with 35 shots on goal compared to Minot High’s 21 shots on goal. Sophomore goalie Amber Borkhuis tallied 31 saves in the loss.
Up next for the Majettes is their second of what is a four-game road trip, where they’ll travel to the Fargo Coliseum to take on Fargo South today at 12:30 p.m.
Two Majettes compete
at KC Invite
JAMESTOWN — The Minot High School gymnastics team took two athletes to compete at the KC Invite in Jamestown Friday. Iyanah Sharp and Makenna Gress competed in the first meet after Christmas break.
Jamestown took first at the meet with an overall score of 137.375 followed by Valley City (132.350), Mandan (121.625) and Minot High (49.300).
Sharp competed in all the events to take fourth in All Around with a score of 33.950. She took 10th in vault, third in bars, seventh in Beam and fourth in floor.
Gress competed on vault and bars for the Majettes. She took 15th in vault and eighth in bars.
Up next, the Majettes will travel to Bismarck for the Julie Ziegler Meet Friday, Jan. 11. The competition begins at 5 p.m. at Bismarck Gymnastics Academy.
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