Three games in just over a week and the Dundas Bantam House girls put up a one win-two loss record.
Dundas opened their week’s action on the road where they gave up a 6-1 loss to Carleton Place on Saturday, October 6.
Then on Saturday, October 13, they were on the road to Smiths Falls where they righted themselves with a big 7-0 victory.
For game three, on Sunday, October 14, Dundas recorded their second loss, when they hosted Clarence Rockland and came out on the wrong side of a 3-0 count.
Kalleigh Young, with help from Cassandra Young and Brynn Gilmour, counted the lone goal against Carleton Place late in the first period.
The Dundas lead held until well into the second frame when Carleton Place turned it up a notch for three unanswered counters. They added another three in the third for the 6-1 victory.
Then in Smith Falls on Saturday, it was a totally different story.
Taylor Casselman pointed the girls towards the 7-0 victory with the loan goal of the first period.
In the second period, Dundas went up 4-0. Brynn Gilmour kicked it off with help from Emma Barkley and Anna Gruich.
Barkley and Gruich then put it together to assist Emily Byers for goal number three. Barkley finished off the period scoring with help from Byers and Gilmour.
Early in the third period, Ally Weegar pushed it to 5-0 with help from Cassandra Young and Kalleigh Young.
The line struck again with 3:53 left on the clock this time with Kalleigh Young scoring and Cassandra Young and Weegar providing the help.
Weegar gave Dundas the 7-0 win with an unassisted counter in the last minute of the game.
Dundas was unable to get much of anything going against Clarence Rockland on Sunday, as the latter counted three unanswered first period goals for the 3-0 win.