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By Georgie Kulczyk
The Courier 

14U and 19U Lady Ice Dawgs Win 'Em All

 


14U

The 14U girls prevailed over the Miles City Generals in two games held in Miles City Nov. 12:

Glasgow 9, Miles City 1

Goals: Shanice Lagerquist, 3; Zoey Crater, 4; Brooklyn Schmidt, 1; Skyler Wesely, 1.

Assists: Z. Crater, 3; B. Schmidt, 1; Mayme Collins, 1; S. Wesely, 3; S. Lagerquist, 1.

Glasgow penalties: Z. Crater, two minutes for tripping; S. Wesely, two minutes for tripping; B. Schmidt, two minutes for hooking.

Goalie: Lizzie Nyquist, 14 saves of 15 shots.

Glasgow 4, Miles City 3

Goals: Klaire Krumwiede, 1; Ava Lloyd, 1; Z. Crater, 1; Tatum Provencher, 1.

Assists: S. Lagerquist, 2; Emma Cook, 1; T. Provencher, 1.

Glasgow penalties: Kylie Lagerquist, two minutes for tripping.

Goalie: L. Nyquist, 11 saves of 14 shots.

19U

The elder Lady Ice Dawgs racked up five wins in five games held Nov. 18, 19 and 20 in Butte. The girls began the weekend with a game against Bozeman Friday afternoon.

Bozeman started things off with the first penalty of the game early in the first period. Kennedy Schmidt took advantage of the power play to light up the scoreboard for the Ice Dawgs, with the assist going to Baylie Chappell. The period came to an end without any further change in the score.

The ladies from Bozeman dominated the second period, scoring four goals to Glasgow's two, scored by Schmidt, unassisted. Emily Kolstad and Amy Ruggles both sat some time in the penalty box for minor infractions, one of which led to a power play goal by Bozeman.

The Lady Ice Dawgs pulled out in front in the final period with Heidi Moon scoring with an assist from Ruggles, and Schmidt with an unassisted power play goal that brought the final score to 5-4 in favor of Glasgow's 19U. Kassie Moore was in the net and denied eight shots out of 12 attempts.

Saturday began for the girls with a 7 a.m. game against the Missoula Lady Bruins, and another win. Moon scored the first goal of the game with an assist from Chappell, which was followed by a goal from the Lady Bruins. The first period came to an end with the score knotted up 1-1.

Missoula grabbed the lead with a goal about halfway through the second period, but the Lady Ice Dawgs answered immediately with a goal by Madison Knodel, and another assist for Chappell. Before the period came to an end, Schmidt found herself in the penalty box for body checking. The second period ended with the score tied up, 2-2.

Coming in clutch to score the winning goal in the third period was Madison Knodel, who capitalized on a power play with the assist going to Bailee Holstein.

Moore minded the net again, with 29 saves.

For their third game of the weekend, Glasgow faced Butte in a 1 p.m. game. The Lady Ice Dawgs dominated the entire contest, with Moore earning a shut-out and the team winning 11-0.

Schmidt scored three goals with assists from Holstein and Knodel. Knodel finished with three goals assisted by Holstein, Chappell and Schmidt. Zoey Crater had two goals of her own, assisted by Moon, Lexi Pehlke and Rachel Billingsley. Holstein, Chappell and Fossum rounded out the final score with a goal each, with assists going to Schmidt, Krista Hentges and Zoey Crater.

Moore finished with 12 saves.

Glasgow earned another win and another shut-out for Moore with an evening game against Flathead on Saturday.

Knodel lit up the scoreboard twice with an assist going to Schmidt. Schmidt scored twice herself with an assist by Holstein. Schmidt returned the favor to Holstein by assisting her with a goal in the second period. Crater knocked one in between the pipes unassisted, and Fossum scored with an assist by Hentges.

Hentges sat two minutes in the penalty box for tripping, and Crater served two minutes for hooking.

Moore, with her second shut-out, finished with 13 saves.

The Lady Ice Dawgs finished their weekend with a 7 a.m. game on Sunday morning vs. Moscow ID.

Glasgow hit the ice and went on a six-goal scoring streak in the first period, beginning with an unassisted goal by Hentges five minutes into the game. Soon after, Moon hit the back of the net with an assist from Schmidt.

Minutes later, in quick succession, Knodel scored unassisted, Schmidt assisted Hentges for a point, and Crater scored with the assist going to Fossum.

Later, Knodel sent another one in the net with help from Schmidt. Before the period came to an end, the Polar Bears managed to answer with their first and only score of the game, and the contest moved to the second period with the Lady Dawgs up 6-1.

Glasgow denied the team from Moscow for the remainder of the contest while padding their own score. In the second period, three more goals were added by the Lady Ice Dawgs by Pehlke, unassisted; Moon with the assist from Fossum; and Knodel assisted by Schmidt.

The final goal of the game went to Schmidt with the assist from Holstein early in the final period, and the game came to an end with Glasgow winning 10-1, penalty free.

Moore minded the net again and finished with seven saves.

 

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