Let's Play Hockey magazine has released the 10 semifinalists for the 2020 Let's Play Hockey Minnesota high school girls hockey Senior Goalie of the Year.  Faribault Falcons senior Mikayla Bohner is among those chosen.

Bohner is among the top goalies in each statistical category for goalies.  She has 16 of Faribault's 18 victories in net, ranks 6th in the state in save percentage .937 and is 10th in goals against average 1.60.

Bohner has told KDHL she would love to play hockey in college but is unsure if that will happen because studies will be her focus at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Mn. where she will pursue her dream to be a music teacher.

The five finalists will be named February 6 by Let's Play Hockey.  Here are statistics of the semifinalists through the end of January.

  • Keni Allen  Apple Valley  19-5 record  1.75 gaa  .930 save %  3 shutouts
  • Mikayla Bohner  Faribault  18-5 record  1.60 gaa  .937 %  4 shutouts
  • Grace Glasrud  Delano/Rockford  6-14-2 record  2.56 gaa  .934% 6 shutouts
  • Allyn Goehner  Forest Lake  19-5 record  1.38 gaa  .926%  14 career shutouts
  •  Anna Julius  Woodbury 6-9-2  record   2.13 gaa   .933%  2 shutouts
  • Rachel Kennedy Hill-Murray  10-8-1 record  1.91 gaa   .906%  2 shutouts
  • Anna LaRose North Wright County  14-8-1 record  2.06 gaa  .924% 4 shutouts
  • Veronica Morse Henry Sibley/St. Paul  3-14 record  4.58 gaa  .874%
  • Amanda Pelkey  Andover  20-2  record  1.18 gaa   .931%  6 shutouts
  • Chloe Stocking  Sartell/Sauk Rapids  12-1-1  2.22 gaa  .922%  2 shutouts

The winner will be announced at the Ms. Hockey Awards Banquet Feb. 23 at the St. Paul RiverCentre.

In addition to on-ice talent, criteria for the Let’s Play Hockey Senior Goalie of the Year Award include academics, community/extracurricular activities, citizenship and coachability.

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