Atom Sabres keep up strong defence

News Apr 04, 2007 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Atom Sabres continued their strong defensive play into the Hamilton Hawks Girls Hockey Tournament, giving up only three goals in four games.

The Sabres met the Burlington Barracudas in the opener, which ended in a 0-0 tie. Emily Shaw reignited the Sabres offence with two goals in a 4-1 victory over the Hamilton Leafs. Singles were scored by Amanda Joyce and Bridget Gore.

In game three, Shaw led the Sabres to a 3-0 victory.

Flamborough advanced to the finals for a rematch against the Barracudas. Burlington caught the girls off guard 30 seconds into the game scoring the first goal. Early in the third period, Shaw managed to go in on a break away; her shot was stopped but the rebound was a score by Joyce.

With four minutes remaining, Burlington scored. The Sabres pulled their goalie but were unable to tie it up in the final minutes of the game. Goalie Courtney Gordon earned the team's MVP for the tournament for her excellent play.

-Submitted by James Gordon

Atom Sabres keep up strong defence

News Apr 04, 2007 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Atom Sabres continued their strong defensive play into the Hamilton Hawks Girls Hockey Tournament, giving up only three goals in four games.

The Sabres met the Burlington Barracudas in the opener, which ended in a 0-0 tie. Emily Shaw reignited the Sabres offence with two goals in a 4-1 victory over the Hamilton Leafs. Singles were scored by Amanda Joyce and Bridget Gore.

In game three, Shaw led the Sabres to a 3-0 victory.

Flamborough advanced to the finals for a rematch against the Barracudas. Burlington caught the girls off guard 30 seconds into the game scoring the first goal. Early in the third period, Shaw managed to go in on a break away; her shot was stopped but the rebound was a score by Joyce.

With four minutes remaining, Burlington scored. The Sabres pulled their goalie but were unable to tie it up in the final minutes of the game. Goalie Courtney Gordon earned the team's MVP for the tournament for her excellent play.

-Submitted by James Gordon

Atom Sabres keep up strong defence

News Apr 04, 2007 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Atom Sabres continued their strong defensive play into the Hamilton Hawks Girls Hockey Tournament, giving up only three goals in four games.

The Sabres met the Burlington Barracudas in the opener, which ended in a 0-0 tie. Emily Shaw reignited the Sabres offence with two goals in a 4-1 victory over the Hamilton Leafs. Singles were scored by Amanda Joyce and Bridget Gore.

In game three, Shaw led the Sabres to a 3-0 victory.

Flamborough advanced to the finals for a rematch against the Barracudas. Burlington caught the girls off guard 30 seconds into the game scoring the first goal. Early in the third period, Shaw managed to go in on a break away; her shot was stopped but the rebound was a score by Joyce.

With four minutes remaining, Burlington scored. The Sabres pulled their goalie but were unable to tie it up in the final minutes of the game. Goalie Courtney Gordon earned the team's MVP for the tournament for her excellent play.

-Submitted by James Gordon