By Gwendolyne Honrud
The Courier 

Hockey Heartache

 

February 6, 2019

Georgie Kulczyk

Chloe Moore heads off a Crosby skater during a home game for the 19U girls on Feb. 2.

The Glasgow U19 Ice Dawgs faced two devastating losses this past weekend at the Valley Event Center. On Feb. 1, they faced off against Sidney on home ice but couldn't fend off the visiting team. Sidney outshot Glasgow 55 to seven. Glasgow goalie Kassie Moore turned away 44 shots in the game, while Cassadee Olson recorded the shut out for the Richland Rangers.

Feb. 2 saw the Dawgs up against the Comets of Crosby. The Dawgs didn't register one in the win column, but they did hold Crosby to four goals. Moore turned away 41 shots to improve her save percentage to 91 percent. The offense increased their shots-on-goal by 20, up to 27 in the Saturday game.

2-1-19

Sidney 11, Glasgow 0

Period 1

Goals: 0

Penalties: 0

Period 2

Goals: 0

Penalties: Kassie Moore, two minutes, interference.

Period 3

Goals: 0

Penalties: Shanice Lagerquist, two minutes, tripping.

In the net: Kassie Moore – 44 saves.

Crosby 4, Glasgow 0

Period 1

Goals: 0

Penalties: Brooklyn Schmidt, two minutes, tripping; Ava Lloyd, two minutes, interference.

Period 2

Goals: 0

Penalties: 0

Period 3

Goals: 0

Penalties: Ava Lloyd, two minutes, bench minor; Emma Cook, two minutes, checking.

In the net: Kassie Moore – 41 saves.


 

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