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Jordan Nowicki, Rochester Century. Rochester Century tallied three crucial victories last week and Nowicki’s seven goals and five assists played a key role in the team’s success. Nowicki had three goals and two assists in the Panthers’ 8-0 victory over Austin on Sept. 14. The junior added a goal and two assists against Northfield on Sept. 16 and rounded out her week with three goals and an assist in the Panthers’ 6-0 victory against New Prague on Sept. 18.
Audrey Garton, Academy of Holy Angels. Garton recorded hat tricks in each of the Stars’ two games last week — an 8-0 drubbing of Columbia Heights on Sept. 13 and an 8-2 victory against St. Anthony on Sept. 16. The sophomore added two assists in Thursday’s game, giving her eight points for the week.
Olivia Paidosh, Holy Family Catholic. Paidosh has a 4-0 record and a perfect save percentage for the Fire this season. The junior goalkeeper made nine saves in her three shutouts last week as the Fire defeated Cannon Falls 16-0 on Sept. 13, Delano 3-0 on Sept. 14 and Rockford 8-0 on Sept. 16.
Berit Parten, Minnehaha Academy. The Redhawks went 2-0 last week, outscoring their opponents 15-0 in the process. Parten had nine points in those two games. The sophomore had three goals and an assist on Sept. 14 against Mounds Park Academy and added two goals and three assists in a 10-0 victory over Cristo Rey Jesuit on Sept. 19. Parten has 12 goals and nine assists on the season.
Deme Williamson, Nova Classical Academy. Nova Classical Academy’s Deme Williamson recorded four goals and six assists in two games last week. Williamson had a goal and two assists in the Knights’ 7-3 loss to Christo Rey Jesuit on Sept. 16. She followed that game with a four goal, four assist performance in the team’s 9-2 victory over Schaeffer Academy on Sept. 18. The sophomore leads the Knights’ in assists and points and is second-leading goal scorer.
*Stats and records as of Sept. 19.
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