Down the Line
Fairmont 12U 2nd at tourney
FAIRMONT — Hadley Artz made total 79 saves to help Cavers Realty of Fairmont 12U hockey team to a second-place finish in the team’s host tournament this weekend.
Chantel Moeller netted a hat trick in Fairmont’s 8-1 win over Redwood Falls on Friday. Hannah Goerndt scored two goals and dished out two assists, while Brittany Lopau had a goal and an assist.
Corene Moeller and Alex Martin each scored once. Karissa Newville had three assists and Bella Larson assisted on a goal for Fairmont, which tallied 31 shots on goal.
On Saturday, Fairmont shut out Sioux Center, 8-0, and Waseca, 2-0. Shaye Dietz had a hat trick with an assist, while Jozie Hoefker netted two goals against Sioux Center.
Jayda Healey, Chantel Moeller and Goerndt each scored once. Martin, Newville, Corene Moeller and Keara Flanagan all doled out assists.
Newville scored both of Fairmont’s goals against Waseca. Fairmont had 64 shots on goal in the two games.
Fairmont lost to St. Cloud, 7-1, on Sunday. Chantel Moeller scored the team’s goal with the assist from Dietz. Fairmont (11-5) had 12 shots on goal.
PeeWee A’s 1-1 on weekend
FAIRMONT — The Dewar-Aust-Roskop Family of Fairmont PeeWee A’s hockey team won a game and lost another on Sunday.
Kaiden Musser and Hank Artz both scored two goals in Fairmont’s 5-3 win over Redwood Falls. Connor Gronewald had a goal, and Hartley Aust, Lincoln Becker and Jace Teveldal all had an assist. Ethan Geerdes made 13 saves.
Brock Lutterman scored a goal for Fairmont in the 3-1 loss to New Ulm/Sleepy Eye. Fairmont totaled 40 shots on goal on the day. Carsen Musser stopped 41 shots.
Squirt A team 0-3 at tourney
AUSTIN — The Beemer Companies of Fairmont Squirt A hockey team went 0-3 in the Packer Classic Hockey Tournament this weekend.
Fairmont lost to Austin on Friday with Klay Beemer scoring Fairmont’s lone goal. Barret Scholl made 34 saves. On Saturday, Kansas City shut out Fairmont. Fairmont lost to Hutchinson on Sunday. Beemer scored a goal, while goalie Tanner Pankow rejected 14 shots.
No. 2 OU leads AP 1st-team
ASSOCIATED PRESS — No. 2 Oklahoma will bring three All-Americans to the College Football Playoff.
Quarterback Baker Mayfield, offensive tackle Orlando Brown and tight end Mark Andrews of Oklahoma were selected to the Associated Press All-America team. Four vote-getters for the Heisman Trophy made the first team, including the winner Mayfield. Stanford’s Bryce Love, the Heisman runner-up, and San Diego State’s Rashaad Penny, the fifth-place finisher for the Heisman, were the first-team running backs. Penn State’s Saquon Barkley, who finished fourth in the Heisman voting, made the team as an all-purpose player.
Louisville’s Lamar Jackson, last year’s Heisman winner, was selected to the second team.