A back-and-forth games leads to girls’ hockey win

Megan Meskill, Staff Writer

The Red Knights played a tough, back-and-forth game, but came out in the end and defeated Cloquet 6-4. It was a scoreless first period, with the first goal being scored early in the second period by sophomore Kaylee Druk. Cloquet then scored the next two goals to bring the score to 2-1. Shortly after, Caitlin Reilly tied the game, followed by another Cloquet goal to take the lead. The Red Knights came out in the third period determined to score. Within the first two minutes, the Red Knights scored two goals from Reilly and Kelly Pannek. Cloquet scored to again tie the game, this time at 4-4. Pannek proceded to score two more goals, receiving her third hat trick of the season. The Red Knights out shot Cloquet 52-16.