Jan 27 Game Results, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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Jan 27 Game Results
Submitted By Sasha Fierce on Tue 01 29, 19
Game report by Shanks!

Giant Tiger started the night off with a 3-1 win against the Geneva Event Centre. Game 
winning singles went to Amy Duchemin, Mikayla Rae and Sarah Crowther assisted by Tiffany McFarland, Jessica Hubley, Anne Newman, Morgan Hubley and Jane Brasher. The lone Geneva goal was netted by Kara Hawins, assisted by Roz Wassegijig and Shannon Green.
 
In game two Lake St. George Golf Club defeated Erin K. Watson Law Corp. 6-2.Goal scorers for Lake St. George went to Carley Payne (1,2), Steph Truax (1,0), and pick up players Haylee Lawlor, Mikayla Rae and Katie Price, assisted by Clara Hall, and Mel Rahn Calhoun. The two goals for Erin K. Watson were compliments of Morgan Hubley and Megan Hendry, assisted by Michelle Miller and Julianne Bouwhuis.
 
Kelsey's Roadhouse took a 4-2 win against Ledgers Orillia. Winning goals went to Megan Allore (2,0) and Charlotte Belliveau (1,0), assisted by Danielle Pauze, Sydney Mazzonello, Rachel Schaus and Kiki Miller Hodgeson.  The two Ledgers goals went to Adrienne Robinson and Nat Rivard, assisted by Sarah Martin, Julia Thurston and Brooke Haas.
 
The first tier 2 game started with a 2-2 tie  with Bremner Orthopaedics battling against Nutrafarms /Kutting Edge Promotions. The two Bremner goals were netted by Candice Jones and Jenn Page assisted by Pam Dooley. The Nutrafarms/Kutting Edge goals went to Jenn Lowry and Morgan McIntosh, assisted by pick up player Carol Walker. 
 
Sunshine Superwash/Shanks ENJO eeked out a 3-2 win against Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change/I.G. Wealth Management. The three winning goals went to Nicole Shanks, Kelly Mollon and Lori Hodgeson, assisted by Lisa Scott, Jen Morton, Paulette Valliant and Erin Neller.  The Pennzoil/IG goals went to Devanne Thompson and Jill Garrod, assisted by Carol Walker and Janet Peroni. 
 
In the final game of the night Home Hardware took the 2-0 win against Jen Hill Construction/Lake Country Animal Hospital. Winning goal scorers were Morgan McIntosh and Lee Wassell, assisted by Sarah Taher and Shannon Bentley. The lone shutout of the night went to Caitlin Percell sponsored by Harvey Watt Remax. 
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