Dundas Bantam house girls solid in two


Two games into their round-robin playoff setup and the Dundas County Girls Bantam House team is looking very solid.

The girls got it rolling on Saturday, March 3 in Kemptville, with a 3-2 win, an effort that required a major comeback after they trailed the Storm 2-0 in the first period.

Then in game two, back on home ice on Sunday, they posted a 4-0 victory over Clarence/Rockland with Emma Pintal in net for the shutout.

Saturday in Kemptville, the Storm went up 2-0 in the first period on goals by Clea Spencer and Katie Craig.

Marcy Smith answered with one for Dundas in the second period to tighten the count to 2-1. Smith was assisted by Ally Weegar and Janis Hall.

Midway into the third period, Kalleigh Young, assisted by Lauryn Henry, tied the game 2-2.

The winning goal came seconds later from Cassandra Young, assisted by Paige Morris and Young. 

Dundas counted two goals late in the first period against Clarence/Rockland on Sunday and never looked  back as they added singles in the second and third periods for the 4-0 win.

Janis Hall got it rolling with the two first period goals, the first assisted by Smith and Anna Gruich and the second unassisted.

Smith counted in the second period with Hall providing the assist and Paige Morris finished it off with help from Molly Garlough.

Dundas will play two more games (all teams in the league play four playoff games). The top two teams after the four games then move on to the Championship Day set for Kemptville on March 31.

Game three for Dundas is scheduled for Saturday, March 17 in Smiths Falls. Their final home game will be played in Chesterville on Tuesday, March 20 at 8:30 p.m. against Outaouis. 

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