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Overtimes, Shutouts, Hattricks in Week Three of WNYGVIH Play; Goalie Meyer Gets First-Ever Shut Out

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Photos and Story by Janet Schultz, NYHOL©

The WNYGVIH Federation continued on this week with a schedule full of games.

Monday evening CASH faced St. Mary’s of Lancaster and KENGIL beat Niagara County.

First up Cash with a 2-1 victory over St. Mary’s in Overtime. Sydney Spear has both goals for CASH and Goalie Melissa MacLeod stopped 20 of 22 shots for the win. For St. Mary’s is was Roslyn Miller with an unassisted goal. CASH tied the game 6 on 5 with 25 seconds left in the third period. Spear scored just 14 seconds into overtime for the W.

KENGIL’s Emiliana Cassillo and Jayme each had hattricks and Isabelle Bourgeault had three assists for the 6-0 shutout victory over NICO in game two of the Monday night series. Carolyn Bourgeault stopped all 30 shots-on-goal for the W. NiCO’s Mariela Mulready and  Kennedy Ruest shared goaltending duties stopping a total of 24 shots on 30.

Sydney Radecki continued with her hattricks in a LIDA 6-1 win over St. Mary’s of Lancaster on Tuesday night. Radecki had the first goal unassisted,  Emily Lysiak also had an unassisted goal. Other scoring came from Kayla Buckowski, and Hailey Muff. Shannon Freeman had the lone goal for St. Mary’s

CASH traveled to Kenmore and KENGIL pulled off another shutout. This time 6-0 over visiting CASH. Cassillo had two for KENGIL, Savannah Samplinski scored an unassisted goal and the other goals were scored by Isabelle Burt, and Isabelle Bourgeault. Carolyn Bourgeault was in goal stopping all 10 shots. 

HHEWS grabbed a 5-2 victory over Monsignor Martin with Riley Andzel having a hattrick, all unassisted. She also assisted goals by Liliann Drzazgowski and Sophia Phillips. In goal Buczynski stopped 9 SOG for the win. Reese Honadle scored both goals for Monsignor Martin and Alena Desiderio stopped 15 of 20 shots.

On Wednesday FFLOP traveled to Williamsville where they won 5-2. Scoring for FFLOP were Maya Dalton, Maya Griffin, Avery McDonald (2) and Dalton with an empty netter. In goal Kerrigan McCarthy stopped 29 of 31 SOG. For Williamsville it was Alexandra Hennessy and Allison Besancon scoring. Anna Meyer stopped 33 of 38 shots.

Three games Thursday with CASH at Monsignor Martin, St. Mary’s at Williamsville and HEWSH at FFLOP.

Syndey Spear had two unassisted goals for the game win over Monsignor Martin. Also scoring a securing goal was Shea Hall, assisted by Maya Adimey. Stopping all but one shot was MacLeod. CASH 3; MM 1.

Anna Meyer, a rookie and volunteer goalie for Williamsville, had her first shut-out victory over St.Mary’s of Lancaster with a 4-0 victory. She stopped all 15 shots on goal. With the scoring of Scarlet Canna on the power play and the game-winner; Alexandra Hennessy, also on a powerplay and Addison Stachura, Williamsville beat St. Mary’s 4-0. Avery Hall and Betsy Accurso shared goaltending duties for St. Mary’s.

Final game of the week was a HHEWS 1-0 victory over FFLOP. Hannah Barret scored the winning, and only, goal of the game, assisted by Kayla Pelc and her sister Kelsey Barrett. Bucznski had the shut-out victory in net after stopping all 25 shots by FFLOP. 

At the end of the week KENGIL sits in first place with a 5-5 record. They are followed by HHEWS, NICO, FFLOP, WILLIAMSVLLE, LID, CASH, STM AND MM. 

FFLOPS Maya Griffin leads the scoring with 6 goals and 7 assists for 13 points. She is followed Andzel, Jayme, Radeck and Mallone.

Carolyn Bourgeault has played 230 minutes with a .990 save percentage. Buczynski has played 225 minutes with a .907 save % and Kerrigan, 900 minutes with a .208 save%.

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Janet has been covering women's hockey for over 35 years. Along with a 38 year career in Public Relations and over 40 years photographing sports, she found a passion in women's hockey. Her initial story was on the founding of the Niagara University D1 program, she expanded to collegiate and youth and was active in the founding and promoting of the WNY Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation. When Professional Women's Hockey hit the ice she was there, one of the first to release the story in WNY. Along with her husband, Randy, people comment that if there's hockey, the Schultz's are there!