JHS boys fall 3-2 to Minot; WF too much for Jay girls in semisThe Jamestown High School hockey teams both lost Friday at the state tournament in Grand Forks.
By: Dave Selvig, The Jamestown Sun
The Jamestown High School hockey teams both lost Friday at the state tournament in Grand Forks.
Making their first-ever appearance in the semifinals, the Blue Jay girls fell to West Fargo 7-2. The Packers are the heavy favorite to win the title and have not lost to a North Dakota team all season.
Amber Schaack and Torri Kamlitz scored the JHS goals. Larissa Wiest had two assists and Sydney Soulis one.
The Jays were outshot 41-15.
Jamestown (18-7) takes on second-seeded Grand Forks in the third-place game on Saturday. The Blue Jays hold a 3-0 head-to-head record against the Knightriders this season.
In loser-out play on the boys' side, Nick Stockert put the Blue Jays up 1-0 in the first period, but the Magi scored three second-period goals and held on for a 3-2 win.
Austin Rene made it 3-2 with a third-period goal for the Blue Jays, but Minot prevailed in the evenly-matched affair.
The Blue Jays finished the season at 13-13.
Read Saturday's print edition of the Sun for much more on both games.