FGHA Sabres beat New York

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

In a battle of nations, the FGHA PeeWee Sabres rep team struck twice in double header victories. The Niagara Falls, New York team visited Flamborough to take on our Sabres twice in one day. The girls came out strong in the first game, determined to add another win to their season.

Brandi Riggs scored in the first period for the Sabres; this was followed by two more goals in the second period from Kendall Voorthuyzen and Danielle Gifford. The Sabres continued to play a fast, strong, offensive game, and managed to score three more times (Holly Patterson, Lindsey Tracey, and Voorthuyzen ) in the third period.

Wingers Tiana Casaluce, Morgan Walters and Harmony Anderson played an outstanding game. Netminder Kelly Henley earned a shut out, with a 6 - 0 final score.

The teams traveled down the highway for the second game of the day at Beverly Arena.

Nicole Drochner put the Sabres on the scoreboard early in the first period. In the second period, Amanda Swiniarski scored her first goal of the season, followed closely by a shot from Riggs that found the back of the net. The penalty killers did their work well for a couple of minutes of 3-on-5 hockey, holding off the New York offense, after which Blair McConnochie and Nagel each added two more goals to the Sabres' tally. Another shutout for Henley and the second win of the day with a final score of 5-0 had the Sabres' spirits flying high. Emily Poot and Brittany Kerkhof played an outstanding game. Coaches Jeff Gifford, Dave Anderson and Doug Drochner noted that the girls were playing smart hockey and worked well together.

The Sabres' local sponsors, include Waterdown Collision, J & S Contracting, Howlett Services, Waterdown Optometric and Sun Canadian Pipeline.

FGHA Sabres beat New York

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

In a battle of nations, the FGHA PeeWee Sabres rep team struck twice in double header victories. The Niagara Falls, New York team visited Flamborough to take on our Sabres twice in one day. The girls came out strong in the first game, determined to add another win to their season.

Brandi Riggs scored in the first period for the Sabres; this was followed by two more goals in the second period from Kendall Voorthuyzen and Danielle Gifford. The Sabres continued to play a fast, strong, offensive game, and managed to score three more times (Holly Patterson, Lindsey Tracey, and Voorthuyzen ) in the third period.

Wingers Tiana Casaluce, Morgan Walters and Harmony Anderson played an outstanding game. Netminder Kelly Henley earned a shut out, with a 6 - 0 final score.

The teams traveled down the highway for the second game of the day at Beverly Arena.

Nicole Drochner put the Sabres on the scoreboard early in the first period. In the second period, Amanda Swiniarski scored her first goal of the season, followed closely by a shot from Riggs that found the back of the net. The penalty killers did their work well for a couple of minutes of 3-on-5 hockey, holding off the New York offense, after which Blair McConnochie and Nagel each added two more goals to the Sabres' tally. Another shutout for Henley and the second win of the day with a final score of 5-0 had the Sabres' spirits flying high. Emily Poot and Brittany Kerkhof played an outstanding game. Coaches Jeff Gifford, Dave Anderson and Doug Drochner noted that the girls were playing smart hockey and worked well together.

The Sabres' local sponsors, include Waterdown Collision, J & S Contracting, Howlett Services, Waterdown Optometric and Sun Canadian Pipeline.

FGHA Sabres beat New York

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

In a battle of nations, the FGHA PeeWee Sabres rep team struck twice in double header victories. The Niagara Falls, New York team visited Flamborough to take on our Sabres twice in one day. The girls came out strong in the first game, determined to add another win to their season.

Brandi Riggs scored in the first period for the Sabres; this was followed by two more goals in the second period from Kendall Voorthuyzen and Danielle Gifford. The Sabres continued to play a fast, strong, offensive game, and managed to score three more times (Holly Patterson, Lindsey Tracey, and Voorthuyzen ) in the third period.

Wingers Tiana Casaluce, Morgan Walters and Harmony Anderson played an outstanding game. Netminder Kelly Henley earned a shut out, with a 6 - 0 final score.

The teams traveled down the highway for the second game of the day at Beverly Arena.

Nicole Drochner put the Sabres on the scoreboard early in the first period. In the second period, Amanda Swiniarski scored her first goal of the season, followed closely by a shot from Riggs that found the back of the net. The penalty killers did their work well for a couple of minutes of 3-on-5 hockey, holding off the New York offense, after which Blair McConnochie and Nagel each added two more goals to the Sabres' tally. Another shutout for Henley and the second win of the day with a final score of 5-0 had the Sabres' spirits flying high. Emily Poot and Brittany Kerkhof played an outstanding game. Coaches Jeff Gifford, Dave Anderson and Doug Drochner noted that the girls were playing smart hockey and worked well together.

The Sabres' local sponsors, include Waterdown Collision, J & S Contracting, Howlett Services, Waterdown Optometric and Sun Canadian Pipeline.