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By Georgie Kulczyk
The Courier 

Pucks, Penalties and Prom-posals

U19 Girls Ice Out the Coyotes in Final Home Game

 

Courtesy of CB Photography

U19 Lady Ice Dawg Baylie Chappell finds herself in an undesirable position during Saturdays game against Williston. The situation would escalate with several Coyotes stepping in to the crease to protect their goaltender and eventually sending a quick-tempered #12 to the penalty box for slashing. The 2-minute penalty was not enough to change her ways on the ice, as it wasn't long before she found herself back in the cooler for the same infraction. The Lady Ice Dawgs finished the game with a 10-0 win over the Coyotes.

The U19 Lady Ice Dawgs finished their regular season with a shut-out against the Williston Coyotes on Saturday.

Most of the action during the game was on the half of the ice the Coyotes were tending. The puck didn't make it in the vicinity of senior goalie Autumn Gault very often. When it did, she denied the goal without effort.

In the first period of the game, Glasgow scored four goals. With her first of four game goals, Kennedy Schmidt sent the first puck between the pipes with an assist from senior Josey Uphaus. Just a little over a minute later, Schmidt passed the puck to Krista Hentge...



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