Game Results - November 19th, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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Game Results - November 19th
Submitted By SashaFierce on Fri 11 23, 18
Game results reported by Shanks!

Erin K. Watson Law Corp. started the night off with a 4-1 win over Kelsey's Roadhouse. The single for Kelsey's went to Charlotte Belliveau, assisted by Megan Lewis and Danielle Pauze. Winning goal scorers were Brandi Ryan (2,1) and pick up player Julie Thurston (2,0) assisted by Kim Banks, Diana Moczkodan and Mary Nixon.

 

Game two saw Ledgers Orillia take the 2-0 win against Geneva Event Centre. Angie Walsh and Diana Moczkodan netted the singles with an assist going to Amy Duchemin. The only tier 1 shutout of the night went to goal tender Teresa Lippai sponsored by Harvey Watt Remax.

 

The final tier 1 game that night was a close one ending with Lake St. George Golf Course taking home the 4-3 win against Giant Tiger. Winning goal scorers were Amanda Manning who got the 1st hat trick of the night, and Clara Hall (1,1). Lake St. George assists went to Kelsey Rozen (0,3), Kaylee Vachon and Katrina Dobson. The two Giant Tiger goals were netted by Mikayla Rae while Morgan Hubley added a single to the scoreboard, assisted by Anne Newman and Sarah Crowther.

 

The tier 2 games started with a 3-2 win for Jen Hill Construction/Lake Country Animal Hospital against Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change/IG Wealth Management. The 3 singles for the winning team were compliments of Hannah Epstein, Anne Dockendorff and Joy-Anne Russell, assisted by Barby Jo Curry, Sandy Drury and Anne Epstein. Pennzoil/IG goals were netted by Carol Walker and assisted by Paula Smith (0,2), Jill Garrod and Devanne Thompson.

 

The 9pm game saw Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge defeat Home Hardware 3-1. The three winning goals were landed by Cathy Norman, Stephanie Duckett and Brittany Lowry, assisted by Amy McCuaig (0,2), Susan Predum and Jenn Lowry. The lone Home Hardware goal was netted by Diana Hobden and assisted by Shannon Bentley and Kristina Basaraba.

 

Bremner Orthopaedics closed out the night with a 4-0 win over Sunshine Superwash/Shanks ENJO. The 2nd hat trick of the night went to Pam Dooley (3,1) while Jen Page got the single (1,3), assisted by Jill Garrod. Harvey Watt Remax goalie Val Burns earned the shutout. 


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