On one side is a playoff-tested team that is anchored by one of the state's best defenders, one of the state's best goalies and the state's best forward.On the other side is an upstart program led by a talented core of young players that finds itself one victory away from a trip to the state tournament.So what will give Thursday night when No. 3-ranked Red Wing meets No. 15-ranked Rochester Lourdes in the Section One, Class A girls hockey championship game?
Liam Claton has complete faith in the other two goalies on the Rochester Mayo boys hockey roster.But after missing a majority of the season while recovering from a hip injury suffered last fall during soccer season, Claton would rather be in the crease than in the stands.The senior goalie felt right at home Thursday, stopping 13 of the 14 shots he faced to help the Mayo boys hockey team sweep the season series against rival Rochester John Marshall with a 4-1 victory at Graham Arena I.
Emma Schmitz has scored dozens of big goals this season.But her coach remembers one she didn't, and he says her reaction tells the story of who Schmitz is as a hockey player. "She's had five or six breakaways this year and she's only missed one, in our last game (against East Grand Forks)," Rochester Lourdes girls hockey coach Jeff True said. "She was (frustrated). She's very competitive.
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