November 4 - Game Results, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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November 4 - Game Results
Submitted By SashaFierce on Sunday, November 11, 2018
Game report by Shanks....

November started off with a bang for the Renegades with Bremner Orthopaedics edging out a 6-5 win over Nutrafarms Inc./Kutting Edge. Bremner goals were compliments of Linda Moorhouse (2,1), Pam Dooley (2,1), Candice Jones (1,1) and Jen Page (1,0), assisted by Anita Raikes (0,2), Lorraine Ayerst (0,2) and Heather Bremner (0,1). On the other side of the rink Brittany Lowry lit it up with an amazing 4 goals and an assist, while Stephanie Duckett  got a single (1,2). Assists went to Tania Killian and Celine Demules.
 
Game 2 was another high scoring game with Jen Hill Construction/Lake Country Animal Hospital defeating Home Hardware 6-1. Goals for the winning team were scored in pairs by Hannah Epstein (2,2), Anne Dockendorff (2,3) and Jen Carlos Hill (2,1), assisted by Anne Epstein (0,2). The single for Home Hardware went to Amy Angus, assisted by Lee Wassell and Lisa Thompson-Roop.
 
Game three was a super exciting game that should have ended in a tie between Sunshine Superwash/Shanks ENJO and Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change/Investors Group, but in the last 7 seconds of the game Jill Garrod refused to give up and scored a shocking buzzer beater goal for Pennzoil. The other single for the winning team went to Maryleah Palaro assisted by Carol Walker. The Sunshine/ENJO goal went to Kelly Molon, assisted by Lori Hodgson and Jen Morton.
 
The Geneva Event Centre started tier 1 off with a 2-0 win over Giant Tiger. Singles went to Kara Hawkins (1,1) and Janice Godin (1,0), assisted by Kenzie Cleaveley, Roz Wassigijig and Nicole Chute. The lone shut out of the night went to Harvey Watt Remax sponsored goaltender Seanne Goodfellow.
 
Game 5 saw Ledgers Orillia defeat Kelsey's Roadhouse 6-3. Brooke Hass was on fire for Ledgers netting 4 goals, while Betsy Maus and Rachelle Comstock got a goal and an assist apiece. Other assists went to Julie Thurston, Brianna Robertson, Nat Rivard and Sarah Martin. The Kelsey's 3 goals were shared between Megan Allore, Haylee Lawlor and Stacey Venturo, assisted by Megan Lewis, Denise Lynch Lacroix, Connie Britton and Ronda Hales.
 
The final Renegade game at 10pm resulted in Erin K. Watson Law Corp. taking home the 5-3 victory over Lake St. George Golf Club. Winning goal scorers were Megan Hendry (2,1), Carissa Northcott (1,1), pick up player Rachelle Comstock (1,0) and Kristen Grasse (1,1), assisted by Betsy Maus, Kate Rheault, Mary Nixon and Brandi Ryan. The Lake St. George 3 singles were split between Amanda Manning, Clara Hall and Carly Turner, assisted by Mel Rahn-Calhoun, Steph Truax, Jennika Dunlop and Nicky Cook, to end off another great night of ladies' hockey in Orillia.
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