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By Quinn Robinson
The Courier 

Not On Our Ice

High School And U19 Have Busy Weekend At Valley Event Center


Quinn Robinson / For The Courier

Glasgow goalie Autumn Gault stops a Bottineau defender from sneaking the puck by her during Saturday's game at home. The Ice Dawgs won both against Bottineau befor losing Sunday's game to Crosby.

The Glasgow U19 Ice Dawgs escaped with a couple of nail biting wins over the weekend against Bottineau, but couldn't close out the hat trick on Sunday as Glasgow lost to Crosby 5-1.

Both games against Bottineau went down to the wire. The first game Saturday afternoon saw both teams trade puck possession and hits throughout.

Ice Dawgs goalie Autumn Gault had her share of work to cleanup around the crease, but did the job like she usually does.

Late in the game, Glasgow's Carley Wesley found the back of the net in what would be the only score of the game as the Ice Dawgs were able to hang on to a 1-0 win.

The second game saw much of the same style of play from the two teams and production from Gault in the crease.

This time the winner took a little bit longer to figure out, but when the final whistle blew once again, the Ice Dawgs scratched and clawed their way to another 1-0 victory, this time in overtime.

The game-winning goal came when Glasgow's Josey Uphaus made a nice maneuver around a Bottineau defender before finding the back of the net that sent the Ice Dawgs bench and faithful into celebration.

On Sunday, Glasgow hosted a makeup game from Jan. 4 against Crosby.

The cards weren't in the favor of the Ice Dawgs in this game as Crosby defeated Glasgow 5-1. The lone score for the Ice Dawgs came by way of Alex Siemensen.

Glasgow is now 9-6 on the season and will take to the road to face Sidney coming up on Friday before playing at Williston on Saturday.


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