TOMAH – Henry Hoerneman and Ian Sennholz each had a pair of goals, and goalie Reed Gieseking had saved all 10 shots he saw as the Marshfield boys hockey team shut out Stoughton 5-0 in the semifinals of the Tomah Boys Hockey Invitational on Friday.
Sennholz scored just 1:53 into the game to give Marshfield the quick lead.
Hoerneman scored both of his goals in the second period and Noah Peterson added another to extend the lead to 4-0.
Sennholz finished off the scoring with a goal with 2:21 left in the game.
Peterson and Peyton Smith each had two assists for the Tigers.
Marshfield will play for the tournament championship against Black River Falls at 4 p.m. Saturday.
Tigers 5, Vikings 0
Stoughton 0 0 0 - 0
Marshfield 1 3 1 - 5
First period: 1. M, Ian Sennholz (Peyton Smith, Henry Hoerneman), 1:53.
Second period: 2. M, Hoerneman (Noah Peterson), 0:05; 3. M, Peterson, 9:33; 4. M, Hoerneman (Smith), 11:59.
Third period: 5. M, Sennholz (Smith, Graydon Anderson), 14:39.
Saves: S, Max Nihles 32; M, Reed Gieseking 10.
Records: Stoughton 0-1; Marshfield 2-0.