Mystics shade Panthers for girl’s hockey crown
SYDNEY — The Memorial Mystics handled the Glace Bay Panthers to the tune of 3-1 in the Cape Breton East Girls High School Hockey League championship match at Cape Breton University’s Canada Games Complex, Tuesday.
Taylor Marsh, Kelsey MacAulay and Kelsie Robertson potted one apiece for the Mystics. Nellie Edwards netted the Panthers’ lone tally.
In goal, Emily MacKinnon recorded the win and Alana Murphy suffered the defeat.
Both Memorial and Glace Bay will compete in the Highland Region championship, Monday, at the Canada Games Complex. Also participating will be two western Cape Breton teams, the first-place Dalbrae Academy Dragons of Mabou and the second-place Inverness Rebels.
Glace Bay will play Dalbrae at 9 a.m., followed by Memorial versus Inverness at 10:30 a.m. The championship game is slated for 1:30 p.m.
Christine Billard of the Glace Bay Panthers, left, and Kelsie Robertson of the Memorial Mystics anticipate the play during the Cape Breton East Girls High School Hockey League championship game at Cape Breton University’s Canada Games Complex, Tuesday. Memorial won, 3-1.