Game Results - January 21, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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Game Results - January 21
Submitted By Sasha Fierce on Tue 01 22, 19
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Home Hardware started the night off strong with a 4-0 win against Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change/IG Wealth Management. Sarah Taher got a hat trick while Jen Woolhouse netted the single, assisted by Shannon Bentley, Kristine Basaraba, Morgan McIntosh, Stacy Strong and Lee Wassell. The lone shutout of the night went to Val Burns sponsored by Harvey Watt Remax.
 
Game 2 saw Bremner Orthopaedics defeat Jen Hill Construction/Lake Country Animal Hospital 3-1. Winning goals were scored by pick up player Morgan McIntosh (1,1), Kara Backway (1,0) and Heather Bremner (1,1), assisted by Jill Garrod (0,2) and Anita Raikes (0,1). The lone Jen Hill Construction/Lake Country goal went to Jen Hill, assisted by Erin MacCormack and Karen Berends.
 
In the final tier 2 game Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge was defeated 5-2 by Sunshine Superwash/Shanks ENJO. The two Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge goals were compliments of Tania Killian and Jenn Lowry, assisted twice by Cathy Norman. The 4 Sunshine Shanks singles went  to Kelly Mollon (1,0), Jen Morton (1,2), Gail Naccarato (1,0) and Lisa Scott (1,2), assisted by Nicole Shanks and Paulette Valliant.
 
Tier 1 set a league record with all three games ending with the same 3-2 score. Ledgers Orillia was the first team to win against Erin K. Watson Law Corp. The three goals for Ledgers were netted by Adrienne Robinson, Brooke Hass and Rachelle Comstock, assisted by Diana Moczkodan and Nat Rivard. The Erin K. Watson doubles were to Carissa Northcott and Kat Rhealt assisted by Julianne Bouwhuis.
 
Kelsey's Roadhouse took the win against Giant Tiger with winning goals going to Haylee Lawlor, Megan Lewis and Katie Price, assisted by Stacey Venturo, Rhonda Hales and Charlotte Bellivequ. The Giant Tiger double was scored by Sarah Crowther and assisted by Cayla Reimer, Jess Hubley.
 
The final 3-2 game saw Lake St. George Golf Club take  the win over the Geneva Event Centre. Winning singles were netted by Mel Rahn-Calhoun, Carly Payne and pick up player Morgan Hubley, assisted by Katrina Dobson and two pick up players Kaylee Vachon and Mikayla Rae. The Geneva double went to Janice Godin, assisted by Nicole Chute and pick up players Julie Thurston and Charlotte Belliveau to end out another great night of ladies' hockey.
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