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Webster and Oswego Visit WNYGVIH

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Story and photos By Janet Schultz©

WNYGVIH hosted two New York teams, including first-year Webster, just prior to the Holiday break.

Niagara County played Webster first with the Warriors coming away with a 10-4 win over the visiting team. NiCo’s Madison Mallone had 5 goals and 3 assists, followed by Abby Zimmerman with 2 goals, Sam Latini, 2; Marina Mansfield, 2; one each for Liala Ferguson, Ashley Mainstone, Natalee Lawrence and Sam Draper. Kennedy Ruest stopped 14 of 18 for the win. For Webster it was Teide Hill with the first goal, unassisted at 14:35 of the first period. Maddie Meyer scored an unassisted goal with just 25.4 seconds left in the first. Second period Webster’s Jessica Nappi scored with Viv Kinkead assisting. NiCo opened scoring in the third but Webster’s Eve Pagano scored at 9:01 and then Niagara County’s Mallone finished the scoring at 9:39. Webster’s Mia Wambach stopped 15 of 25 SOG.

Oswego Girls Varsity met NiCo the following day at opened the scoring in the first period with a goal by Nora Cole, assisted by Jordan Devendorf and Hailey Workman. Niagara’s Sam Draper scored and the first period ends in a 1-1 tie. NiCo’s Julia Hoffman and Sam Latini scored in the second with Hoffman getting the game-winner and Latini n a short-handed ending the second 3-1 in favor of the home team. It was all Niagara in the third period as Latini drops in another and Mansfield scores, assisted by Draper to end the period and the game at 5-1 in favor of NiCo. In goal for NiCo, Kennedy made 23 of 24 and for Oswego, Emma Duval made 15 of 20.

Oswego then traveled to Holiday to play FFLOP with a tight 4-3 victory for FFLOP. Scoring for FFLOP were Maya Griffin with a goal and two assists in the game; Emily Patton with two goals; Lilah Cudney with an unassisted goal and Peyton Forcucci with an assist. Keira Keaton stopped 11 of 13 for the win and Kerrigan McCarthy stopped 14/15 in 30 minutes of play. For Oswego is was Mackenzie Battelle stopping 24 of 28.

Webster will be playing several non-league games with Section VI. The next game will be December 28 at 4:30 p.m. against KenGiPort at Webster’s arena. Other games will be:

Tuesday, January 9, 5:05 p.m. vs Monsignor Martin at Dwyer Arena on the Niagara University campus

Thursday, January 11, 6:00 p.m. vs HHEWS at Webster

Tuesday, January 23, 5:05 p.m. vs CASH at Dwyer

Thursday, January 25, 6;00 p.m. vs Williamsville at Webster

Tuesday, January 30, 7:30 p.m. vs FFLOP at Brighton

These photos and more will be available for viewing (and purchasing) at www.smugmug.com under Janet Schultz.