CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The Windfall School girls’s ice hockey staff defeated Boston School, 3-2, on Friday, Nov. 27 in Chestnut Hill, Mass. The Friars snapped a 15-game dropping streak in Chestnut Hill, profitable for the primary time on Eagles’ turf since Feb. 4th, 2012.
Windfall- 3 | Boston School – 2
Windfall – 2-0-1 (0-0-0 HE) | Boston School 2-1-0 (2-0-0 HE)
Kelley Rink – Chestnut Hill, Mass.
GAME FLOW AND NOTES
Boston School jumped out to an early lead, scoring within the first three minutes of the sport with a objective from Savannah Norcross. Shortly after the Eagles’ objective, the Friars went on the ability play and scored their first objective of the sport by Lauren DeBlois (Lewiston, Maine). Her second objective of the season, DeBlois was assisted by Chloe Gonsalves (Toronto, Ontario) and Bailey Burton (Bloomington, Minn.).
Claire Tyo (Massena, N.Y.) discovered the again of the web on an influence play for her first collegiate objective with lower than two minutes to go within the first, placing the Friars forward 2-1.
The second interval remained scoreless because the Friars led 2-1.
After the primary two durations, Sandra Abstreiter (Freising, Germany) made 17 saves to maintain the Eagles off the board.
Windfall improved their lead within the third interval with a breakaway objective by Annelise Rice (Excelsior, Minn.) assisted by Sara Hjalmarsson (Bankeryd, Sweden) and Lauren DeBlois. Hjalmarsson dished the puck to Rice who skated into Eagle territory and scored, bringing the Friars to a 3-1 lead.
Within the third interval, BC registered their second objective of the sport at 15:32 from Maegan Beres, resulting in the ultimate rating 3-2.
Total, Abstreiter made 34 saves, whereas Eagle’s goaltender Abigail Levy made 25 saves.
Energy performs: 2/5
Penalty kill: 2/2
Boston School –
Energy performs: 0/2
Penalty kill: 3/5
Windfall continues the collection with Boston School tomorrow (Nov. 28th) at 3:00 p.m. at Schneider Enviornment in Windfall, R.I.
– GO FRIARS –