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Youth Recap: Edina Scores Peewee AA Title at Spirit of Duluth Tourney

12/08/2015, 10:30am CST
By Peter Odney

Rochester Takes Peewee AA Lumberjack Cup With Big Third Period

Edina won five straight games to take the Peewee AA title at the Spirit of Duluth tourney. Credit: Peter Odney.

Edina won five straight games to take the Peewee AA title at the Spirit of Duluth tourney. Credit: Peter Odney.

Spirit of Duluth Tourney Peewee AA Title Goes to Edina

Edina posted two shutouts en route to five wins and the Spirit of Duluth Tournament championship over the weekend. The Hornets outscored their opponents 28-5 over the five games, including a title game win over Eden Prairie 6-3.

Isaac Young scores for Fergus Falls Saturday against Northern Lakes. Credit: Peter Odney.

Isaac Young scores for Fergus Falls Saturday against Northern Lakes. Credit: Peter Odney.

Rochester Takes Peewee AA Lumberjack Cup With Big Third Period

The Rochester Peewee AA team scored five goals in the third period to dispatch host Stillwater 7-2 and claim the title of the Lumberjack Cup. Maddox Fleming scored three goals to lead Rochester, which is ranked No. 7 in the Youth Hockey Hub’s NOW Rankings. 

Greenway’s Ben Troumbly scores for the Raider’s Bantam A team Saturday. Credit: Peter Odney.

Greenway’s Ben Troumbly scores for the Raider’s Bantam A team Saturday. Credit: Peter Odney.

Minnetonka Bantam AA Wins Spirit of Duluth Tournament With Close Win Over Thunder Bay

The No. 2 ranked Skippers outscored opponents 18-5 in Pool Play, scoring wins over Elk River (5-1), Hermantown (7-2), and Madison, Wis. (6-2). The Skippers followed that performance with a 3-2 nail-biting win over Eden Prairie and then a 3-2 win over Thunder Bay to take the title. 

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