The Waupaca Area girls’ hockey team keeps winning and Mandy Tomlinson keeps scoring.
The senior had three goals and an assist Jan. 19 in a 6-0 conference win over Stevens Point/Wisconsin Rapids.
She now has 101 goals in her career.
Waupaca Area, which improved to 16-1 on the season with the win, also shut out Lakeland 9-0 Jan. 17 and picked up a 5-1 win Jan. 16 over Hartland Arrowhead.
Waupaca 6, Point/Rapids 0
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Waupaca area scored in each period and outshot the Red Panthers 42-15.
Tomlinson found the net twice in the first period after Brianne Huettner opened the scoring. Tomlinson and Markie Ash were credited with the assist on Huettner’s goal, while Kylie Hiddemen assisted on Tomlinson’s first goal.
Ash scored an unassisted goal in the second period and Tomlinson completed her hat trick with an unassisted goal in the third period. Ash added a goal off of a Hiddemen assist later in the period.
Waupaca 9, Lakeland 0
WAUPACA – Waupaca area scored seven goals in the first period and never looked back.
Tomlinson scored four goals in the first period, while Ash, Hiddemen and Jamie Slattery also found the net.
Avery Simonson scored a power play goal in the second play and Christina Rasmussen added a short-handed goal in the third period.
Tomlinson, Rasmussen, Ash and Simonson added two assists in the game, while Jessica Hamm, Kat Otter and Huettner added one each.
Cassie Rasmussen stopped all four of Lakeland’s shots, while Waupaca Area finished with 37 shots on goal.
Waupaca 5, Arrowhead 1
WAUPACA – Tomlinson had a hat trick and Ash added two goals in a win over the Warhawks at the Waupaca Ice & Expo Center.
Ash scored in the first period off of an assist from Otter and Tomlinson; Tomlinson made it 2-0 in the second period off of an assist from Huettner and Otter; Ash added an unassisted goal; Mary Kremer put Arrowhead on the board in the second period; and Tomlinson scored a pair of unassisted goals in the third period.
Waupaca Area outshot Arrowhead 54-4.
The team will travel to Medford Monday, Jan. 26, for a 7 p.m. Great Northern Conference game with the Red Raiders.