Game Results - December 16, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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Game Results - December 16
Submitted By Sasha Fierce on Thu 01 03, 19
Game Report by Shanks!

The last games of the year started with Jen Hill Construction/Lake Country Animal Hospital taking the 3-2 win over Sunshine Superwash/Shanks ENJO. Singles for the winning team went to Hannah Epstein, Tracey Wilson and Anne Epstein, assisted by Joy-Anne Russell and Jen Hill. The two Sunshine/ENJO goals were netted by Erin McCuaig and Lisa Scott, assisted by Nicole Shanks, Jennie-May Banks and pick up player Carol Walker.
 
Game two resulted in a 1-1 tie. The Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge goal went to Tracey Wilson assisted by Susan Predum while the Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change/I.G. Wealth Management goal went to Carol McCulligh, assisted by Lisa Thompson-Roop and Janet Peroni.
 
The final tier 2 match up saw another 3-2 score just like the first game, with Bremner Orthopaedics taking the win over Home Hardware. Winning goals went to Tracey Homgren, Ramona Mark and Pam Dooley, assisted by Linda Moorhouse and Brenda Lucas. Home Hardware goals were netted by two pick up players Devanne Thompson and Carol Walker, assisted by Stacy Strong, Shannon Bentley and Morgan McIntosh.
 
Kelsey's Roadhouse started the tier 1 division off with a 5-2 win against Lake Saint George Golf Club. Winning goal scorers were Danielle Pauze with a double and Haylee Lawlor, Ronda Hales and Katie Price with singles, assisted by Stacey Ventura, Megan Allore and Sydney Mazzonello. Mel Rahn Calhoun took the double for Lake St. George assisted by Katrina Dobson, Nancy Barr and Steph Traux.
 
Game 5 saw a 3-3 tie with Geneva Event Centre goals going to two pick up players, Betsy Maus with a double and Haylee Lawlor with a single, assisted by Janice Godin, Katie Forbes, Shannon Green and Heather Simpson. The singles for Erin K. Watson Law Corp. went to Kim Banks, Carissa Northcott and Julianne Bouwhuis, assisted by Megan Hendry, Michelle Miller and Clara Hall.
 
In the final game of the old year Giant Tiger took the 4-2 win over Ledgers Orillia. Winning goals went to Clara Reimer and Josee Anne Gill with singles and Haylee Lawlor with a double, assisted by Morgan Hubs, Mikayla Rae and Jane Brasher. The Ledgers goals were netted by Adrienne Robinson and Katie Price, assisted by Ronda Hales, Sarah Martin and Julie Thurston to finish off a great Renegade year.
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