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FHS alumni hoops tourney Friday
FAIRMONT — The Fairmont Cardinals’ 7th annual staff and alumni basketball tournament will tip off at 9 a.m. Friday at Cardinal Gym.
Teams will be comprised of former Fairmont athletes graduating from 1990-2018.
The last game is scheduled for a 2 p.m. tipoff.
There’s no entry fee, but good will offerings at the door will be accepted.
Area sports postponed, reslated
FAIRMONT — A forecast for heavy snow and high winds Tuesday night caused six area sporting events to be postponed.
The Fairmont girls basketball team’s home game against Tri-City United has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at Cardinal Gym.
The Fairmont Area girls hockey team travels to Luverne for a 7 p.m. clash Jan. 30, while the Cardinals boys hockey lineup hits the road to Luverne for a 7 p.m. contest Feb. 4.
The North Union girls basketball team travels to West Bend for a 6:45 p.m. game Monday, Dec. 2, while the Granada-Huntley-East Chain/Truman/Martin Luther girls cagers host Jackson County Central at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13 in Truman.
The Martin County West girls basketball team’s home game against Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s has not been rescheduled yet.
PeeWees hockey splits two games
FAIRMONT — The REMAX Total Realty PeeWee hockey team netted a split during two weekend road games.
REMAX doubled the score on Windom, 4-2, last Friday night. Gavin Kester tallied two goals and an assist to highlight the team’s winning ways.
Jace Meade and Caleb Meyer each contributed one goal, while Eric Determan doled out a helper.
Fairmont goalie Tanner Pankow made eight saves to net the win.
New Ulm/Sleepy Eye then shut out REMAX, 9-0, Sunday in Sleepy Eye.
The REMAX PeeWees travel to Luverne Saturday.
12U girls hockey squad nets split
FAIRMONT — The Wyffels Hybrids 12U girls hockey team posted a split decision during weekend ice action.
Maia Goerndt scored both goals and netminder Ilana Moeller made 27 saves to pace Fairmont’s 2-0 victory over Mankato on Saturday in Mankato.
Brooklyn Murphy distributed an assist for Fairmont, which tallied 30 shots on goal.
New Ulm/Sleepy Eye outlasted Fairmont, 6-4, on Sunday in Sleepy Eye.
Jadyn Musser, Madison Sokoloski, Abi Sundeen and Goerndt each tallied unassisted goals for Wyffels.
Moeller turned away 46 shots for Fairmont, which took only 16 shots on goal.