All-Stars finish 1-1 in pair of matchups

PHOTO BY ROXY STIENBLOCK/PLAINSMAN Huron’s Cody Ruedebusch stretches to reach the puck as Dylan Fandel of Sioux Falls 1 defends on the play during their game Saturday at Bergman Arena.

HURON — Top-ranked Sioux Falls 1 outscored the Huron All-Stars 6-1 in the final two periods to record a 7-4 victory on Saturday at Bergman Arena.
Lucas Snyder, Carson Duba and Jayden Bogh had goals in the opening period to help the All-Stars to a 3-1 advantage. Cody Ruedebusch assisted on Snyder’s goal, while the other two were unassisted.
Cody Ruedebusch had the final goal for Huron in the third period on a pass from Duba.
Fred Roufs stopped 18 of the 22 shots he faced to earn the win for the Flyers, who improved to 8-1.
Cooper Letcher recorded 31 saves in the net for Huron, which is now tied for third in the league standings with a 6-4 record.
On Friday the All-Stars escaped with a 5-4 win against Oahe in Ft. Pierre.
The two teams swapped 3-0 runs in the first two periods.
Duba had a pair of goals assisted by Walker Schiltz just 16 seconds apart in the first minute of the opening period to give Huron the lead. Schiltz then scored on an unassisted shot to make it 3-0 heading into the second period.
Elliot Leif had a pair of goals to help the Capitals even things up in the second period.
The All-Stars regained their advantage as Schiltz scored just over seven minutes into the final period with Duba and Snyder combining on the assist.
Just over a minute after the goal by Schiltz, Duba would score the eventual game-winner for Huron on a pass from Ruedebusch.
Leif would finish with a hat trick for Oahe as he scored the final goal during a power play.
Letcher secured the win for All-Stars with 34 saves.
Huron had 26 shots on goal, with Kieran Duffy stopping 21 of them for the Capitals.
Next up for the All-Stars is a game against Rushmore at 8 p.m. Friday at Bergman Arena.

JV boys
Connor McCloud, Foster Ferguson and Andrew Arteman each had two goals to help the Huron junior varsity to a 7-2 win against Brandon Valley on Saturday at Bergman Arena.
McCould had a pair of goals for the All-Stars in the opening period, which ended with Huron holding a 4-1 lead. The first was assisted by Kevin Andreade Avila and James Tharp, while the second was assisted by Arteman.
Ferguson also scored in the first period with Will Burns and Arteman assisting on the play. Arteman capped the scored for Huron in the first period with an unassisted goal during a power play.
Michael Ready had the first of two goals in the second period for the All-Stars, scoring on a pass from McCloud.
Arteman had the other goal on a pass from Burns.
Ferguson capped the scored with the lone goal of the third period with the assist going to Arteman.
Marty Boetel earned the win for Huron with 36 saves in the net.
On Friday, Oahe recorded a 4-1 win against the Huron JV.
Burns had the lone goal for the All-Stars in the first period with Arteman and Mason McDonald assisting on the play.
Boetel stopped 35 of the 39 shots he faced in the net for Huron.

Varsity girls
Sioux Center scored a goal in each of the first two periods and held on for a 2-1 win against the Huron Lady All-Stars on Sunday.
Fatima Reyes had the lone goal for the Lady All-Stars just 38 seconds into the final period. Abby Thomas and Kylee Small assisted on the play.
The Lady Storm (5-8) recorded 51 shots on goal, compared to 19 for Huron. Alissa Ferguson tallied 49 saves for the Lady All-Stars, who are now 2-7.
Huron will host Sioux Falls at 3 p.m. Saturday at Bergman Arena.

U14 girls
The Huron U14 girls’ team improved to 5-3 with a 7-2 win against Sioux Center on Sunday.
Kylee Small had a pair of goals for the Lady All-Stars in the opening period, which ended with Huron holding a 2-0 lead. Greta Bott assisted on the first goal, with Shelby Timm assisting on the second.
The Lady All-Stars then used goals by Alexis Priest and Alexis Rashaad to build a 4-0 lead in the second period. Small and Bott assisted on the Priest goal, while Timm assisted on Rashaad’s goal.
Huron then finished strong with three goals in the final period.
Priest scored on a pass from Rashaad, before Small earned the hat trick with an unassisted goal for her third goal of the game. Priest capped the scoring with a goal on a pass from Elizabeth Heyer.
Marissa Ready collected the win in the net for the Lady All-Stars with 17 saves.


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