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Hat tricks for Esmail, Vandeloo, & Patterson
Submitted By Scott Thompson on Tuesday, October 28, 2014
In a weekend doubleheader against the Newmarket Rays, the U9-Applebaum team fought hard in dropping both ends of the doubleheader but showed signs of coming together as a team.  Isabel Ianni was outstanding in her goaltending debut, and age eligible U10 callup Sabah Esmail led the team with a hat trick in an 8-3 loss in the opener.  Strong efforts came from Nicole Pham, Carlyn Joy, Aaliyah Natsheh, Natalie Applebaum, Hannah Weaver and Kamalini Vundemodalu who was playing in her U9 debut.  In the second game, the team demonstrated excellent teamwork in a 5-0 loss.  Age eligible callups Kailey Chung from House League and Agnes Laliberte from U10 were a welcome addition to the squad, and Vanessa Kernohan's debut in goal was excellent.  

The U10-Laughlin team shutout St Catherines 5-0 while the U12P-Ianni team took down the Cambridge Turbos 8-3 thanks to the excellent defensive work of Caroline Routledge, Kiana Fraser, Kyla Ciomyk, Michaela Peron, and Caden Lee.  Another defensive gem came from the U14A-West team as they shutout the Oshawa Storm 4-0.  

The U14AA-Roman Team took 2 of 3 weekend games starting with a close 3-2 win at home on Saturday against the Cambridge Turbos on a 2 goal performance from Mackenzie Snelgrove with Kate Vandeloo adding the other marker.  The team travelled to London Sunday morning where they dropped a 5-3 decision to the Lynx before travelling to Mitchell for an afternoon tilt with the Stingers where they came away with a 7-3 win.  Kate Vandeloo got the hat trick; Hailey Wickens added a pair of goals, with Kyra Smelser and Emily Gomes-Szoke netting the other markers.

The U16A-Mcknight team took down the Mississauga Mustangs 5-1 thanks to a 2 goal performance from Alice Sandiford and singles coming off the sticks of Kara Cseh, Julia West and Isabel Boni.  Amanda Cuthbert had a pair of assists.  

The U16AA-Sarjeant team received 2 point performances from 4 different players, including 2 goals from Lauryn Hobson, but it wasn’t enough as the team dropped a 7-5 decision to the Guelph Predators.  In a tilt against the London Lynx, Emily Heming and Rachael Dickie each recorded a goal and an assist, but came up on the wrong end of an 8-4 decision.

The U16B-Thompson Team had a very busy weekend playing in a 3 game, 1 day tournament in Caledonia on Saturday before returning home Sunday for a league game.  The first game of the tournament started with a heartbreak loss to Caledonia 6-5 with the winning goal coming in the final minute of regulation play.  The team rebounded with a 5-0 shutout over the Hamilton Heat but ran out of gas in their final game dropping a 5-1 decision to Niagara Falls with Amy Thompson netting the lone goal for the Lightning.  Despite getting home late Saturday night, the team managed to keep their legs going in their Sunday morning league match and skated away with a 6-1 victory over West Muskoka.

The U19A-File team dropped a 4-3 decision to the Brulington Blast before recording their 1st CORL victory of the season by beating Mississauga 4-3 on goals by Madeline Boyle, Meg Casbourn, Kaleigh McGrath and Jessica Dickie.  Erica Priolo provided solid goaltending in securing the win.

The U19AA-Sandercock Team played a great Saturday home game against the London Lynx, outshooting their opponents 32-22 in what became quite a goaltenders battle.  Darcy Woods found the back of the net for the Lightning thanks to a beautiful set-up from Megan Simone.  Unfortunately, it was not enough as the Lynx took the contest 2-1.  The team turned their fortunes around with a terrific Sunday road game against the Cambridge Turbos where they dominated the first 25 minutes of play en route to a 7-2 victory.  Brienne Paterson set the pace with a hat trick, with Tiffany McDonald and Madison Sandercock netting a pair of goals each.
 
Our Open-B team dropped a 3-1 decision to York-Simcoe.
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