Park girls hockey: Turitto’s four-goal game lifts Wolfpack past Forest LakeMary Turitto scored four goals Saturday to help lead Park to a 4-3 overtime victory over Forest Lake in Forest Lake.
By: Nick Gerhardt, South Washington County Bulletin
Mary Turitto scored four goals Saturday to help lead Park to a 4-3 overtime victory over Forest Lake in Forest Lake.
Turitto’s goal 52 seconds into overtime gave the Wolfpack (3-8-1, 1-6-1 SEC) their first win in four games and first conference win of the season.
Turitto scored three goals in the third period, including a shorthanded goal 12 minutes, 12 seconds into the third period to cap off a natural hat trick. Turitto’s third goal rallied Park from a 3-0 deficit after the second period.
Rachel Skoglund scored 2:40 into the game for the Rangers and Amy Enrooth added a shorthanded goal to make it 2-0 for Forest Lake.
Lexi Carpenter scored on the power-play at 11:41 in the second period to give the Rangers 3-0 before the Wolfpack dominated the third period and set the stage for a comeback win.
Park finished with 32 shots on goal and Forest Lake had 31.
Anna Keys had two assists for the Wolfpack while Meg Ackerman, Ashley Wagenman and Alyssa Wickenhouser added assists.
Caitlin Tate made 28 saves in goal for Park, which plays Apple Valley Thursday at the Farmington Tournament.