Game Results Jan 6, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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Game Results Jan 6
Submitted By Sasha Fierce on Sun 01 13, 19
Game report by Shanks...

Orillia Ladies’ Hockey League Game Results for Sunday January 6th, 2019.

Giant Tiger started the night off with a 3-0 win against Lake St. George Golf Club. Singles went to Morgan Hubley, Mikayla Rae and Sarah Crowther assisted by Kerri Robins, Cayla Reimer and Amy Duchemin. The shutout went to Kerri Robins, sponsored by Harvey Watt Remax.

Game 2 saw the Geneva Event Centre take a 1-0 win over Ledgers Orillia. The lone goal was scored by Kara Hawkins, assisted by Carley Payne and Shannon Green. Harvey Watt Remax’s goalie Seanne Goodfellow took the second shutout of the night.

The final tier 1 game resulted in a 3-3 tie. Erin K. Watson Law Corp. goals went to Lisa Paquette (2,1) and Brandi Ryan (1,2), assisted by Megan Hendry and Kim Banks. Kelsey’s Roadhouse goals were netted by Megan Lewis with a single and Danielle Pauze with a double, assisted by Haylee Lawlor and Sydney Mazzonello.

Tier 2 saw Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change/I.G. Wealth Management defeat Home Hardware 5-3. Winning goals went to Devanne Thompson (1,0), Gailyn Scott (1,1), Maryleah Palero (1,1) and Carol Walker (2,1), assisted by Paula Smith, Lorna Telford, Janet Peroni and Carol McCulligh. The three Home Hardware goals came from Morgan McIntosh (1,0) and Amy Angus (2,0) assisted by Jen Woolhouse, Angela Whitten and Lee Wassell.

The second tie of the night was 2-2 between Jen Hill Construction/Lake Country Animal Hospital and Bremner Orthopaedic Bracing. The singles for Jen Hill Construction/Lake Counrty were netted by Anne Dockendorff and Hannah Esptein, assisted by Erin McCormack, Anne Epstein and Tracey Wilson. The Bremner goals went to Pam Dooley and Jen Page, assited by Candice Jones and Brenda Lucas.

The final Renegade game saw Sunshine Superwash/Shanks ENJO take the 4-1 win over Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge Promotions. Winning goal scorers were Kelly Mollon (2,1), Lori Hodgson (1,0) and Jennie May Banks (1,0), assisted by Jen Morton (0,3) Gail Naccarato (0,2) and Nicole Shanks. The single Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge goal went to Brittany Lowry, assisted by Cathy Norman and pick up player Amy McCuaig, to close out the first Renegade game of 2019.

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