HURON — With the lone goal in the third, the Huron Lady All-Stars battled to a 3-3 draw against Oahe on Sunday at Bergman Arena.
Jolie Carrillo had the game-winning goal for the Lady All-Stars on a pass from Kylee Small during a power play.
Oahe, which had won 7-3 in an earlier meeting between the two teams, scored the lone goal in the opening period and the first two in the second period to build a 3-0 advantage.
Huron got goals from Small in the second period to slice its deficit to just a goal heading into the final period. Azalea Rashaad assisted on the first goal, while the second was unassisted.
Marissa Ready was solid in the net for much of the final two periods for the Lady All-Stars. She finished with 28 saves in the contest.
Huron, which is now 4-9, will host Sioux Falls at 7 p.m. Friday at Bergman Arena.
Despite scoring the first goal of the game, the Huron All-Stars came up on the short end of a 3-1 decision against Yankton on Saturday.
Haiden McCloud scored on a pass from Grady Bott in the opening period to give the All-Stars their lone advantage in the game.
Yankton went scoreless until lat in the second period, when they used a pair of goals to take the lead.
The Bucks had the lone goal in the third period to secure the win.
Cooper Letcher stopped 43 of the 46 shots he face in the net for Huron.
The All-Stars, who now are 0-6, will travel to play Sioux Falls 2, at 7:45 p.m. Friday.
In its previous outing, Huron suffered a 12-1 loss against Mitchell on Friday.
Will Burns had the lone goal for the All-Stars during a power play in the second period. He was assisted on the play by Andrew Arteman.
Mitchell had a total of 39 shots against two Huron goalies. Letcher had 20 saves and allowed five goals, while Brecken Kasse had seven saves and allowed seven goals.