FAIRMONT - Marshall put together another solid win on the road as the Tigers topped Fairmont 9-0 on Saturday.
MHS (10-8-0 overall), which has won six consecutive games, has outscored its opponents 16-1 in its last two games.
Derek Rasmussen was the high scorer for Marshall, completing a hat trick with three goals while Blaine Moran, Sebastian Landry, Alex Buysse, Taylor Rasmussen, Matt VanKeulen and Andrew Bell all contributed one goal each.
Moran led the team in assists with three while Nick Fosvick contributed two assists.
The Tigers outshot Fairmont 46-8 with Mason Campion stopping all eight Fairmont shots to record the shutout.
Marshall coach Michael Weiss felt that the Tigers' success has come down to puck movement.
"We've been moving the puck well and finding the open guys," Weiss said. "We've been taking advantage of the opportunities when we have them. It has been a struggle for us all year, but they are going in now."
Marshall hosts Morris/ Benson Area on Tuesday.
MARSHALL 9, FAIRMONT 0
First Period: 1. Marshall, D. Rasmussen (shorthanded) (Moran), 14:40; 2. Marshall, Bell (Fosvick, Larsen), 11:32; . Penalties: 1. Marshall, Larsen (Slashing) 15:55; 2. Marshall, D. Rasmussen (Hooking) 10:35; 3. Marshall, Criquet-Danielson (Tripping) 4:54.
Second Period: 1. Marshall, Landry (Haukom, Barker) 14:23; 2. Marshall, Buysee (Criquet-Danielson) 10:42; 3. Moran (unassisted), 2:06. Penalties: 1. Marshall, Buysee (Goaltender Interference), 9:21.
Third Period: 1. Marshall, T. Rasmussen (Power Play) (Buysee), 9:34; 2. D. Rasmussen (T. Rasmussen, Moran), 8:20; 3. Marshall, VanKeulen (Buysee, Fosvick), 7:20; 4. Marshall, D. Rasmussen (Moran, Timm), 1:35. Penalties: 1. Fairmont, Lubenow (Elbowing) 13:49, 2. Fairmont, Engstrom (Interference), 10:55.
Shots On-Goal: Marshall 8-22-16-46; Fairmont 3-2-3-8.
Power-Play Opportunities: Marshall 1 of 2; Fairmont 0 of 0.
Goaltending: Marshall, Campion ( 8 saves, 8 shots); Fairmont, Cunning (37 saves, 46 shots).
H/RTR drops contest against S.F. Roosevelt
Hendricks/Russell-Tyler-Roosevelt came up just short Saturday, losing to Sioux Falls Roosevelt 137.050-130.000.
Greta Johnson and Hailey Teske placed second and third in the vault with scores of 9.0 and 8.5.
Teske came away with a win on the uneven bars with a 8.85. Teammates Maddie Ekema and Johnson finished in a tie for fourth place, each registering an 8.3.
It was Johnson who was first overall on the balance beam with an 8.75, while Teske finished second with an 8.6.
Johnson and Teske also placed first and second, respectively, in the floor exercises with scores of 9.35 and 9.3.
Teske edged Johnson in the all-around standings 37.5-35.4.
SIOUX FALLS ROOSEVELT 137.050, HENDRICKS/RTR 130.000
All-Around: 1. Hailey Teske (H/RTR) 35.7, 2. Greta Johnson (H/RTR) 35.4, 3. Mikkalyn Konzem (SFR) 34.4, 4. Karleigh Sudenga (SFR) 34.35, 5. Madisyn Waltjer (SFR) 33.95.
Vault: 1. Lejla Smajlovic (SFR) 9.1, 2. Mikkalyn Konzem (SFR) 9.05, 3. Greta Johnson (H/RTR) 9.0, 4. Hailey Teske (H/RTR) 8.95, 5. Madisyn Waltjer (SFR).
Uneven Bars: 1. Hailey Teske (H/RTR) 8.85, 2. Karleigh Sudenga (SFR) 8.8, 3. Mikkalyn Konzem (SFR) 8.35, 4. Maddie Ekema (H/ RTR) 8.3, 4. Greta Johnson (H/ RTR) 8.3.
Balance Beam: 1. Greta Johnson (H/RTR) 8.75, 2. Hailey Teske (H/RTR) 8.6, 3. Madisyn Waltjer (SFR) 8.35, 4. Jamie Moos (SFR) 8.35, 5. Karleigh Sudenga (SFR) 8.2
Floor Exercise: 1. Greta Johnson (H/RTR) 9.35, 2. Hailey Teske (H/RTR) 9.3, 2. Mikkalyn Konzem (SFR) 9.3, 4. Madisyn Waltjer (SFR) 9.1, 5. Karleigh Sudenga (SFR) 8.8.