On Nov. 16 the Blue Devils started quickly with two first period tallies, before adding a pair in the third period to seal the victory. Lupita Mora, Gabby Olson, Anna Nedoroscik and Kylee Hopp found the net for the Blue Devils. The Blue Devils were strong on the special teams in the game, killing five penalties and tallying a power play goal on one of their three opportunities. It was more than enough support for Isabelle Hovel. Hovel stopped 24 of 25 shots in earning her first win.
“It’s been a decision that we didn’t make easily. It was a decision where we had strong candidates that appreciated the game and have a real love for the game itself,” Perham-Dent activities Director Erin Anderson said. “By that standpoint, it wasn’t an easy decision. For Mulcahy, we are excited about what he brought to the table with his history and experience here in Perham. He has quite a history of helping from high school all the way down to the elementary school.
“It feels really good,” Fischer said. “A lot of hard work went into it.”Fischer finished fourth overall with a score of 359.80. Fischer already holds the school record and continues to raise the bar for the divers in the Yellowjacket swimming program. She started the preliminaries, finishing with a score of 159.95 points. She was tied with Jackson Hegg for fourth place after the preliminary round.Fischer was able to break the tie in the second round.
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