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Girls Fed Hockey Roundup – Friday, Nov 30th

Becker Powers FLOP in Win Over CASH

In what was one of the most highly anticipated games on the girls hockey federation schedule heading into the season, Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park (FLOP) took on Clarence/Amherst/Sweet Home (CASH) Thursday night out at the Nike Base in Hamburg. The FLOP showed again why they are the odds-on favorite to repeat as not only Section VI champs but also WNYGIHF and NYSPHSAA champs as well.

Brooke Becker scored two goals and added an assist for FLOP while Tori Cottrell made 23 stops. The FLOP improves to 2-0 with the win.

This was the first official outing of the year for CASH. Emma Faso had the lone CASH goal which came late in period two to make it a 4-1 hockey game.

The teams played a scoreless third period.

Becker now has six goals and an assist through two games. Mary Kromer and Gabby Messing also scored for FLOP.

MM rebounds with win

After dropping their first game of the season Wednesday night, the Monsignor Martin girls hockey team pulled out a 3-1 win over Lancaster/Iroquois/Depew (LIDS) on Thursday out at North Buffalo Ice Rink.

Riley Malicki scored twice and Mia Boyd scored once for MM. Sophia Will stopped 8 shots to seal the win.

LIDS goaltender Dylan Gorski was sensational in net recording 26 saves. They will play Niagara County on Monday at Holiday Twin Rinks, puck drop is 4:30pm.

MM (2-1-0) take on CASH (0-1-0) on Thursday (Dec. 6th) at North Buffalo.

Roland scores 4 in Will-Ville 9-1 victory

Emma Roland scored four goals in the Williamsville Girls 9-1 win over Niagara County (NiCo) on Wednesday at the Northtown Center in Amherst. Roland made it look easy, as she often does, and now has 11 goals in three games, leading all skaters in the league.

Ella Huntley chipped in with a pair while Kelly Dormer, Vanessa Willick and Claire O’Donnell also posted goals in the victory. Sydney Olschewski (10) made 21 saves for Will-Ville (2-0-0).

NiCo goaltender Annie Riek (9) made 22 saves. Paige Keelty scored in the loss as NiCo (0-3-0) continues to work for their first win.

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