NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Competing of their sixth recreation within the final ten days, the fifth ranked Norwich College Girls’s Ice Hockey group ended the semester on a excessive word with a powerful 6-0 victory over Elmira Sunday afternoon within the East-West Hockey Traditional Comfort recreation.
The Cadets struck early and infrequently starting with junior Melianne Reynolds (Sherbrooke, Que.) potting her first purpose of the season. Reynolds’s counterpart on the wing, Taylor Girouard (Burlington, Mass.), was credited with an help, then would go on to attain a purpose of her personal 4 and a half minutes later.
The Norwich cost continued within the second interval with a purpose six minutes in by freshman Olivia Boyer (Saint Paul, Minn.), on which fellow freshman Rylie McIntyre (Brunswick, Maine) tallied the primary of her three assists. With 5 and a half minutes remaining Reynolds scored her second of the sport. Within the third, Boyer additionally notched her second and Ingrid Holstad-Berge (Stavanger, Norway) received on the board as effectively.
The twelfth Annual East-West Hockey Traditional introduced by Northfield Financial savings Financial institution was a showcase involving 4 of the highest eight ladies’s ice hockey packages within the nation. Within the championship recreation the #4 Plattsburgh State Cardinals defeated the #3 Adrian Bulldogs 1-0. Norwich College thanks Northfield Financial savings Financial institution for sponsoring this yearly occasion.
The Cadets and Hovering Eagles will battle once more to open up the brand new 12 months. The New England Hockey Convention (NEHC) rivals are set for a rematch at 6 PM on Jan. 6.