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Submitted By OSGH on Monday, October 28, 2019
After a busy September, the regular season was ready to take flight after one more exhibition game with Barrie Sharks on Oct 5th.  The Sharks would win 3 to 1 even though they would be out shot by OS 19 to 13. 

Maggie Harvey scored the only goal of the game for OS in the 2nd on a breakaway with assists going to Karissa Rasmussen and Chesney Miller.  Sophia Fuller was coming off injury and would play the first period and Alyssa Barnard would play the last 2 to split the game in a losing cause.

The kids opened up the season the following day at home vs the Ayr Rockets winning 2 to 0.  Chesney Miller would open the scoring in the first period on a nice passing play from behind the net from Karissa Rasmussen and Jolie McKnight.  Lyndsay Cumming would find the net in the 3rd with assists going to Maggie Harvey and Natalie Mole.  Sophia Fuller would make 11 saves including 8 in the first period.  OS out shot them 15 to 11.

The following weekend the Ice Hawks hosted the Waterloo Ravens and win 3 to 1. The girls out shot Waterloo 27 to 16 in this one.  Keirsten Henrich opened the scoring with assists going to Kenzie Falls and Natalie Madill. Lyndsay Cumming would get the eventual winner from Maggie Harvey and Julia Sutherland.  The third goal came from Karissa Rasmussen from Jolie Mcknight and Natalie Mole.  Sophia Fuller was the keeper for this one making 15 saves.

Oct 19th the girls traveled down south for 2 tough games on the same day, first in Ayr vs the Rockets again and won 2 to 0 but the shots were dead even at 22 a piece and the rockets dominated the second period!  Chesney Miller scored the first goal From Mary Green and Karissa Rasmussen would get the other from Chesney Miller on a empty netter.  Sophia Fuller made 22 saves in the win.

That same afternoon the girls played in Waterloo vs the Ravens and lost 4 to 2.  The Ravens would out shoot Owen Sound 29 to 22 including 12 big saves in the first period by Alyssa Barnard who held her tired team mates in the game.  Lyndsay Cumming would score in the second from Maggie Harvey and Renayla Campbell. Waterloo was up already 2 to 1 in the third and scored again but Maggie Harvey made a nice power move and tucked one under the bar in the third to put her team within one with assists going to Kenzie Falls and Julia Sutherland. 

Waterloo scored an empty netter and Alyssa Barnard made 26 saves in the game.

Mon the 21st they hosted the Grand River Mustangs up to Owen Sound and won 4 to 1 out shooting the Mustangs 27 to 8.

Lyndsay Cumming opened the scoring from Julia Sutherland and Maggie Harvey. Karrissa Rasmussen would score her first of two on the night from Chesney Miller and on the 2nd one again from Jolie McKnight and Natalie Mole.  Chesney Miller would pot an empty netter unassisted to round out the offence for the girls.  Sophia Fuller made 7 saves for the win putting the Ice Hawks in 2nd place in the Lower Lakes Standings.

This weekend the girls headed down to Alliston to play in the Clearview Pink at the Rink tournament and came home champions in their second straight tournament!!

First game on Friday morning saw them play the 6th ranked team in the province, the Kitchener Lady Rangers and lose 2 to 1. The ice Hawks got off to a shaky start and gave up two goals on the forst 2 shots of them game.  The Rangers out shot them 3 to 2 in the period, but play was inconsistent and offence was quiet.   The girls regrouped and came out skating in the second out shooting them 12 to 0 in the period

Natalie Mole would score to put the team within one in the 2nd off a faceoff draw by Julia Sutherland back to Mary Green and over to Mole for the quick release!

OS continued their attack in the 3rd out shooting them 14 to 2 and 28 to 5 overall but fell by the 2 to 1 score. Sophia Fuller took the loss for the ice Hawks.

That afternoon they played the Guelph Gryphons and won 3 to 0.  Karissa Rasmussen would score on a rebound from Jolie McKnight and Chesney Miller in the forst period.

Kenzie Falls would tally on a sweet pass form Natalie Madill on a 2 on 1 and also Renayla Campbell moving the puck up the ice to Madill.

The third goal was from Jolie Mcknight on a breakaway pass from Chesney Miller and Karrissa Rasmussen collecting the other assist.

Alyssa Barnard would back stop for the win, and shut out with the shots unknown unfortunately but was very busy in the first 5 minutes of the first before OS would begin to take over.

3rd game on Saturday put them up against the host Clearview Ice Cats who would take 29 minutes in penalties in a very heated game of hockey!  The Ice Hawks scored on a power play in the second as Kenzie Falls pounced on a juicy rebound with assists going to Renayla Campbell and Heather Koch.  

Clearview would tie it up in the third and the score would stand at a 1 to 1 tie and so OS would be granted the A final due to better plus Minus and again would face Kitchener on Sunday afternoon.

The game was tight checking and Os held an edge with 5 shots to 2 after the first.  Then Kenzie Falls would score on a wrap around in the 2nd period with assists going to Natalie Madill and Keirsten Henrich.

Falls would later get an empty netter from Heather Koch and Jolie Mcknight as Os would outshoot the Rangers 15 to 9 to win the Championship 2 to 0!!

Great job again ladies!!

Next games for Owen Sound are in Cambridge on Saturday, Nov 2nd at 12:30pm vs the Road Runners and then in Owen Sound vs the Ayr Rockets on Sunday Nov 3rd at 4pm at the Julie McArthur Rec Centre

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