Courtesy of Grand Forks Herald
By: Kevin Fee
Despite a fast start to the season, a young Grand Forks Central team knows it has some growing to do.
“We struggled last year,” Central junior forward Tanner Spicer said. “This year we're flowing. We just have to keep going. We just have to come out every night and play hard, because we're not that good that we don't have to play every night.”
Spicer scored a goal and assisted on two others to help lift the Knights to a 7-2 boys hockey victory against a weary East Grand Forks Senior High team on Monday in Purpur Arena.
The victory lifted the surprising Knights to 6-1 overall. Senior High, which was playing its third game in four days, dropped to 4-4.