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Nov 18, 2014  |  Vote 0    0

U-8 Bunnies win see-saw ringette battle with London

St. Marys Journal Argus

St. Marys U-8 Bunnies played their first home game against London this past Saturday at the PRC.

With Jorja Linton in net, London had a couple scoring chances, but were denied. Keira Lambourn scored the Bunnies’ first goal and the London team responded with a goal to tie it up.

London scored again to make it 2-1. The Bunnies had some good offensive plays with lots of action in front of the London net and then Billie Sedley was able to send the ring past the goalie to tie the score again.

London scored a goal shortly after to go ahead 3-2. There was impressive offensive skill by Raella Brodhagen and Erin Green. The girls worked hard and it paid off with Brodhagen scoring the third goal to again tie the count 3-3.

In the second half, the Bunnies started off with strong offence by Olive Aarts and Isla Unich and good defensive play by Avery Jennings and Courtney Linton.

Brodhagen and Lambourn had some good scoring chances, however, London got possession of the ring and scored to make it 4-3.

Aarts then answered with a goal to tie it up. Strong passing by Sedley and great efforts by the St. Marys forwards resulted in the Bunnies taking the lead with Payton Blight scoring to make it 5-4.

London quickly tied it up and then Natalie Taylor scored to make it 6-5. Chloe Richardson made a great save and the girls quickly moved the ring into the London end, with Sedley connecting to make it a 7-5 final.

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