Bluebirds, Fury lose
MCFARLAND Austin Redders had a hat trick to lead McFarland to a 5-2 nonconference win over the Janesville Bluebirds on Thursday night.
Janesville's high school boys hockey team tied the game at 1-1 in the first on Dane Tyler's goal, but McFarland scored three times in the second to break the game open.
"We didn't start playing the way we're capable of until the third period," Janesville coach John Mauermann said. "McFarland got a couple of soft goals, and we missed some good opportunities to score.
"It's the same thing for us. We just can't put three periods together."
Janesville (4-9-0) hosts Beloit Memorial at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Janesville Ice Skating Center.
McFARLAND 5, JANESVILLE 2
Janesville 1 0 1—2
McFarland 1 3 1—5
M—Austin Redders, pp, 10:57. J—Dane Tyler (Harry Henschler), 11:23.
M—Redders (Collin Klein, Bill Kemnitz), pp, :46. M—Tony Kanvik (Blake Komplin, Kemnitz), 7:47. M—Trent Morris (Dillon Clark), sh, 16:46.
M—Redders, 15:31. J—Trevor Kelley (Clay Simonson), 16:55.
Saves—Tyler Lewis (J) 6, Michael MacDougall (J) 7, Jesperi Jarvinen (M) 27.
Fury shut out
Casey Martin and Rachel Dvorak each had a goal and an assist to lead visiting Stoughton past the Rock County Fury, 3-0, Thursday night in high school girls hockey.
"We did everything tonight but put the puck home," Fury coach Darrell Moore said. "We were disciplined in our systems and hustled. We got pucks to the net but couldn't finish."
Kenzie Torpy made 27 saves for Stoughton.
Molly Gross had 15 saves for Rock County.
The Fury plays two games in Beloit on Saturday.
STOUGHTON 3, ROCK COUNTY 0
Stoughton 1 2 0—3
Rock County 0 0 0—0
S—Casey Marsh (Rachel Dvorak), 3:08.
S—Dvorak (Marsh), 11:21. S—Shanda Roeming (unassisted), 16:07.
Saves—Kenzie Torpy (S) 27, Molly Gross (RC) 15.