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Bloomington Jefferson boys fight through deficit, topple Edina in third overtime

By Drew Herron, SportsEngine, 04/19/22, 6:30PM CDT


Cody Ringquist caps off a hat trick with a game-winning goal as the Jaguars prevail 5-4.

Cody Ringquist (12) of the Jaguar’s scored three goals Tuesday night including the game winning goal in triple overtime as the Jaguar’s go on to defeat the hornet’s at home 5-4 in triple OT. Photo by Earl J. Ebensteiner, SportsEngine

Cody Ringquist’s third goal Tuesday night was a masterpiece of movement, and certainly the Jaguars’ most important score of the young season.

A body juke with his back to the net forced his defender to bite and had him moving to Ringquist’s left. That’s when he spun and moved to his right, firing off a low-to-high shot that proved impossible to stop.

With it Bloomington Jefferson, ranked No. 10 in the coaches’ preseason poll, capped off a come-from-behind victory, 5-4 victory over rival Edina in triple overtime.

Scoring two goals Tuesday night is the Jaguar’s freshman Jay Howat. The Jaguar’s took the victory over the Hornet’s 5-4 in triple overtime. Photo by Earl J. Ebensteiner, SportsEngine

First Report

Cody Ringquist’s goal 57 seconds into the third overtime lifted Bloomington Jefferson to a 5-4 road victory over rival Edina Tuesday night.

Ringquist scored the game’s first goal and the last, with a third sandwiched between as Jefferson, ranked No. 10 in the coaches’ preseason poll, fought back from a three-goal deficit against No. 8-ranked Edina.

Goaltender Bennett Lindman finished with 10 saves for the Jaguars (2-1) and weathered flurries of strong pressure from the Hornets (0-2) throughout most of regulation.

Cooper Anderson scored twice and added an assist for Edina, while goaltender Max Rhodes finished with 14 saves in the loss.

Tuesday night’s meeting was the seventh time in the last 12 meetings decided by one goal between the Section 6 rivals.

The Hornets’ Cooper Anderson tallied two goals Tuesday night at home in the Hornet’s 5-4 triple overtime loss to the Jaguar’s. Photo by Earl J. Ebensteiner, SportsEngine

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