September 23 - Game Results, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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September 23 - Game Results
Submitted By Sasha Fierce on Fri 09 28, 18
Game results....

Ledgers Orillia started the night off with a 6-1 win over Giant Tiger. Winning goals were scored by Bri Robertson (1,1), Adrienne Robinson (1,1), Diana Moczkodan (1,0) and Betsy Maus with a hat trick and an assist. Other assists went to Sarah Martin, Julie Thurston, Nat Rivard and Rachelle Comstock.  The single for Giant Tiger was scored by Adele LeMaire, assisted by Amy Trumble and Sarah Crowther. 

Game 2 saw Lake St. George Golf Club defeat Kelsey’s Roadhouse handily with a 5-2 win. Lake St. George Golf Club spread the goals around with Nicole Chute (1,1), Carley Turner (1,1), Amanda Manning (2,1), Angela Paylor (1,0) and Mel Rahn-Calhoun (1,1). The goals for Kelsey’s we’re compliments of Megan Lewis (1,1) and Megan Allore, assisted twice by Charlotte Belliveau. 
 
The final tier 1 game of the night ended in a 3-0 score with Erin K. Watson coming out on top over the Geneva Event Centre. Mary Nixon scored 2 goals along with Megan Hendry with a single. Assists went to Katie Price, Michelle Miller and Kim Banks. The lone shutout of the night went to Harvey Watt Remax goal tender Teresa Lippai. 
 
The tier 2 late games started with Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge defeating Pennzoil/Investors Group 5-2. The winning goals went to Britt Lowry(2,2), Laura Cicinnelli (1,1), Christina Steele (1,1) and Joanne Matte (1,0). One assist came from Ramona Mark while three assists came from Susan Predum. The two goals for Pennzoil/Investors went to Haley Dobson (1,1) and pick up player Jen Carlos Hill (1,0), assisted by Lorna Telford, Gailyn Scott and MaryLeah Palero.
 
The 9pm game saw Home Hardware defeat Bremner Orthopaedics 3-1. Stacy Strong (1,0) Shannon Bentley (1,1) and Sarah Taher (1,1) all scored for Home Hardware, assisted by Amy Angus and Lisa Thompson-Roop. The lone Bremner goal was netted by Heather Bremner and assisted by Kara Backway and Lorraine Ayerst. 
 
The final tier 2 game result was 4-1 for Jen Hill Construction/ Lake Country Animal Hospital against Sunshine Superwash/Shanks ENJO. Goals for the winning team went to Sandy Drury (1,1), Jen Carlos Hill (2,0) and Hannah Epstein (1,1) assisted by Devanne Thompson, Anne Epstein, Erin MacCormack and Barb Curry. The single for Sunshine/ENJO was an unassisted goal by Paulette Valliant to end off another great night of Ladies’ hockey in Orillia. 
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