Battle for second heats up
Dunvegan's senior women's soccer team improved its GSL winter season record to 13-0-1 last week, with a 4-2 doubling of Alexandria.
Genevieve Beauchesne led the charge, scoring twice, with Michelle DeRepentigny and Emily McDonald adding singles for the winning side, while Braelyn MacMaster and Amanda Myre had the Alexandria markers.
The victory stretches Dunvegan's margin atop the standings to 15 points, ahead of Alexandria, 33 to 21.
Glen Nevis moved into a second-place tie with Alexandria, following an 8-0 thrashing of Dalhart last week. Logan Leger counted a hat trick, and Jessica McLeod scored twice. Single markers were notched by Joanna Booyink, Ashton MacDonald, and Katie McDougald.
Glengarry’s bantam girls hockey team scored a 6-0 victory over Ottawa B2 last Saturday afternoon, with goals from Courtney St. Onge ( 3), Laure Paige Noseworthy, Brianna Bellefeuille, and Mya Campbell. Madison Ozen backstopped the win.
The girls top the 21-team league, with a record of 17-1-1. Playoffs begin Feb. 23.
CHALLENGE: Pine Grove’s Ryan MacLeod and Bar Fly Liam Filion battle for ball control, at the edge of the Bar Flies goal box.spirited affair between the Bar Flies and Pine Grove, with the former prevailing 6-2.The Bar Flies methodically built up a 4-0 lead through the first half, as goalkeeper Tyler Hay was a rock, turning aside shot after shot, with numerous spectacular saves.Pine Grove finally got one past him late in the first half, adding another 10 minutes
TO THE NET: Highlander Courtney St. Onge works to elude an Ottawa checker, as she drives to the net. More game images can be viewed online at glengarrynews.ca/photos.