Boys' Hockey shut out by South
The Packers boys hockey team lost its fourth game in a row on Thursday night, falling to the Fargo South-Shanley Bruins 3-0.
Despite out-shooting the Bruins by four shots on goal, the Packers were unable to find the back of the net on any shot.
With no points scored by the Packers, the team leader was junior Bailey Varberg, who had 22 saves out of 25 shots faced, which is a save percentage of 88.
Through 13 games so far, the team is led by junior forward Tyler Berginski, who has 12 points, consisting of five goals and seven assists.
Senior forward Tyler Crouse is the team's goal leader, finding the net seven times this year.
The Packers' 4-9-0 record (6 points on the season) is good enough for sixth place in the East Region.
They will host the Devils Lake Firebirds on Saturday at 2:15 p.m., then head to Grand Forks Central to face the Knights on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.