Game Report for Sunday September 15th, News (Orillia Ladies Hockey League)

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Game Report for Sunday September 15th
Submitted By nchute on Thu 09 19, 19
Sports Medicine/Sharp Image Salon started the night off with a 3-1 win against Lake Country Animal Hospital/ShopRemedium.com. The winning goal scorers were Carol Walker(2,1) and Stephanie Duckett (1,0), assisted by Jill Garrod, Lisa Scott and Pam Dooley. Lake Country/Remedium's single went to Kelly Mollon, assisted by Jo Matte and Anne Dockendorff.  

Game two saw Pennzoil 10 Minute Oil Change/I.G. Wealth Management secure a 6-1 win over Home Hardware. The Pennzoil/IG goals were shared by Jen Lowry(1,1), Britt Lowry(1,1), Ginger Wiken(2,0), Denise Lynch Lacroix (1,1) and Susan Predum(1,1), assisted by Devanne Thompson and Erin MacCormack.       
The final tier 2 game was a close one and Giant Tiger ended up taking the 2-1 win against Kahuna Surf Shop. Nicole Shanks took home the double for Giant Tiger, assisted by Nancy Barr, while Devanne Thompson netted the Kahuna goal, assisted by Hannah Epstein and Angie Walsh.    

At 8pm Sunshine Superwash/His & Hers Renos & Landscaping defeated Friendly Fermentation 5-0 with the lone shutout of the night going to Gaby Mondelli sponsored by The Northern Joinery. Goals were shared amongst these 5 players: Nat Rivard, Jenn Irving, Diana Moczkodan, Jessica Hierons and Allison Lowenger, assisted three times by Julie Thurston and twice by Amy Duchemin.    

The only tie of the night was between Erin K. Watson Law and Orkney Oasis with two goals apiece. For Orkney Oasis, Brandi Ryan netted both goals, assisted by Robin Lee, Sean Goodfellow and Emma Cumming. The goals for Erin K. Watson were shared between Adrienne Robinson and Emma Leighton, assisted by Morgan Hubley and Steph Truax.    

In the final game, the Geneva Event Centre took the 3-1 win over the Orillia Legion. Mikayla Rae lit it up with the only hat trick of the night assisted by Kiki Miller-Hodgson and Leah Lawson, while Michelle Kustermans, assisted by Kate Zee, scored the single for the Orillia Legion to close out another great night of ladies' hockey in Orillia.
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