Watertown, Oahe edge All-Stars

PIERRE — The Huron All-Stars nearly broke into the win column with close games on Friday and Saturday.
Oahe scored a goal in each period to record a 3-1 victory against the All-Stars on Saturday.

Izaiah Philips had the lone goal for Huron in the opening period on a pass from Shaun Ready.
Cooper Letcher recorded 45 saves in the net for the All-Stars.

On Friday, Watertown needed a goal just over nine minutes into overtime to secure a 3-2 victory against Huron.

After the Lakers scored the first two goals, the All-Stars were able to force the extra period with the final two goals.

Phillips sliced Huron’s deficit in half with a goal in the second period during a short-handed situation.
Foster Ferguson assisted on the play.

Will Burns pulled the All-Stars even at 2-2 with the lone goal of the third period on a power play. Grady Bott was credited with the assist.

Letcher inked 33 saves as the Huron goalie.

The All-Stars, who are now 0-10, will travel to face Brookings at 8 p.m. Friday.

Boys’ junior varsity
Watertown escaped with a 4-3 victory in overtime against the Huron junior varsity on Friday.

Ferguson had the lone goal for the All-Stars in the opening period on an unassisted shot.

Ferguson then scored the first of two goals in the second period, with Burns assisting on the play.

Grady Bott had the final goal for Huron on a pass from Ferguson.

Brecken Kasse recorded 36 saves in the net for the All-Stars.

Oahe outscored the Huron JV 4-1 in the final period to claim an 11-7 victory on Saturday.

Grady Bott had four of the six goals in the opening period for the All-Stars. The first was assisted by Burns and Connor McCloud, the second and third were assisted by Burns and the final one was assisted by McCloud.

Also scoring in the first period for Huron were Burns on a pass from Bott and Haiden McCloud on a pass from Ready.

Burns had the final goal for the All-Stars in the third period, with Bott assisting on the play.

Kasse finished with 33 saves for Huron.

Girls’ varsity
The Huron Lady All-Stars came up scoreless in a pair of games on Friday and Saturday.

Brookings recorded a 7-0 victory on Friday.  

Mariss Ready had 25 saves for the Lady All-Stars, who managed just 15 shots on goal.

Oahe scored a goal in each of the three periods for a 3-0 victory on Saturday.

Huron outshot the Lady Capitals 34-18 in the game. Ready finished with 15 saves.

The Lady All-Stars will host Aberdeen at 7 p.m. Friday at Bergman Arena.


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