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Monroe penalty: 10-min. game misfortune
Season spiraling for Cheesemakers as injuries, penalties and lack of focus lead to a 1-5 stretch after 12-1 start
Monroe’s Luke Kuberski is tripped into the boards by Sauk Prairie’s Hakon Peterson during the third period of the Jan. 28 game at SLICE in Monroe. The Cheesemakers were called for 28 minutes worth of penalties to just two for the visiting Eagles. Sauk Prairie won 6-1. - photo by Adam Krebs
MONROE — The Monroe co-op boys hockey team was in the midst of its best season in program history, starting the year 12-1. However, the Cheesemakers knew a brutal stretch of the season was coming up in late January and into February and have since gone 1-5.