COKATO — The Dassel-Cokato girls battled hard at home Tuesday night when Rockford came for a visit, but the Chargers could not reach a win.
Instead, the visiting Rockets took the game 58-46.
Kezia Lee was awesome on offense for the Chargers. She scored 20 points.
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LITCHFIELD — Old Man Winter’s threat on the Dassel-Cokato area moved the dual against Mound-Westonka up one day, from Jan. 17 to Jan. 16.
The change in plans didn’t seem to bother host Dassel-Cokato/Litchfield, as it handled the White Hawks easily, 62-12 at the Litchfield gym.
“We did a good job scoring bonus points and picking up the close wins in some tough matches,” said DCL co-coach Bryan Clemen. “Mound-Westonka has some solid wrestlers and several of our guys needed all six minutes to secure their wins.”
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MAPLE LAKE — Dassel-Cokato got back in the gym for competition Tuesday night, when it took a short road trip to Maple Lake.
Maple Lake defended its own gym with a win in the dual meet. The Irish scored 126.375 points.
That barely edged out the Chargers’ 124.125 points.
Maple Lake gymnasts claimed wins in three of the four events, but Dassel-Cokato’s Lauren Abfalter was the top all-around gymnast.
Abfalter scored a meet-high 32.075 points. She was the vault winner with an 8.90.
That was the high score of the meet.
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WACONIA — The lesson learned for both teams Tuesday night at the Waconia Ice Arena: stay out of the penalty box.
Four goals were scored in the game between Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato and host Waconia. All four were scored on a power play.
The visiting Dragons were more disciplined than the Wildcats in the penalty department by two — LDC skated on eight power plays and Waconia on six — and that was the difference in the game.
The Dragons scored three power play goals and won the game 3-1.
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LITCHFIELD — The Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato (LDC) boys hockey team can finally take a breath when it comes to its play in the Wright County Conference.
The Dragons gave themselves the chance to breathe Tuesday night with an 8-1 home win over Waconia.
It was the first conference win of the season for the Dragons, who improved to 1-7 in the conference and to 7-9-1 overall.
Little Falls 6, LDC 3
LITTLE FALLS — LDC was doubled up 6-3 by Little Falls Jan. 16 in a non-conference game at Exchange Arena in Little Falls.
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