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Delaware Shore Week Two game results

meisenhour
June 20, 2019

Story Location:
1250 Kings Hwy
Lewes  Delaware  19958
United States

Summer League recap for the opening week, June 17-19, 2019

 

Elementary Division

 

The week opened under threatening skies and with the Dunes taking a well played game from the Tides by a final of 4-2. Layla Coon provided a hat trick in the first half for the Dunes while Kailey McMahon kept the Tides close with a pair of goals. The game was iced by Conn’s fourth goal of the evening with 10 seconds remaining. The Guards edged past the Waves by a final of 2-0 and both goals came in the opening half off the stick of Catherine Peranteau.

On Wednesday evening, the Waves eased past the Tides by a final of 2-1. Hayden Hazzard and Ellen Ramsey got the Waves off to the lead by 7:10 of the second half but Kailey McMahon earned a late goal for the Tides with :56 left in the game. The other game of the evening ended in a 1-1 result between the Guards and the Dunes, Macey Lenz gave the Dunes the early lead with her goal at 14:02 of the first half while Catherine Peranteau earned the tie with a goal at 1:50.

Current stands after two weeks:

Elementary Div.

WIN

LOST

TIE

POINTS

DUNES

3

0

1

10

GUARDS

2

1

1

7

TIDES

1

3

0

3

WAVES

1

3

0

3

 

 

Senior Division

The Baffins started the senior division play with a 2-1 victory over the Corals. Cami Smith put the Corlas into the lead with a goal at 9:33 of the second half but Brynn McCabe pulled the Baffins into a tie with a goal at 2:40. Alexa Rhodunda sealed the win with her goal at 0:40 remaining in the game. The Bengals and the Pumas engaged in an old fashioned shootout in the second game before settling for a 4-4 outcome. Sommer Dorman got the early lead for the Pumas midway through the opening half. Her second goal off an assist by LeeLee Wilson came at 17:19 of the second half. Anna Harrington responded with a pair of goals to pull the Bengals even. Darby Klopp put the Pumas back into the lead with a goal at 10:00 and Abby Kane pushed the lead for the Pumas back up to two before Rylie Cordrey scored at 2:30 followed by the tying goal by Avery Congleton with 0:22 left. In the final game of the evening, the Artics dominated the Seahawks in a lightning shorted second half for a 4-0 win. Maci Long got the game winner at 17:52 of the first half before Hailey Moore sealed the deal with a hat trick in the second half. Amanda Fruman had an assist for Moore’s second goal.

Wednesday’s opening game was a 5-4 win by the Bengals over the Seahawks with the outcome decided on a late goal with 1:12 remaining. The Bengals went out to a 3-1 lead in the opening half with a pair of goals from Anna Harrington (her second goals with an assist from Rylie Cordrey) and Cordrey. Madison Simpson scored late in the half to give hope to the Seahawks. Emilyn Bivens scored at 11:30 in the second half followed by a goal by Abi Anderson to pull the Seahawks into a tie. Maggie Mitchel then put the Bengals ahead with her goal at 7:22 off a pass by Cordrey. Simpson scored her second goal of the night at 4:44 to get the tie back but Amanda Sponaugle got the winner with 1:12 left in the game. The second game of the night was a 2-0 win by the Artics over the Baffins. Lacy Bayley scored at 4:44 of the opening half for the game winner before Hailey Moore got the insurance goal at 14:44 left in the game. Cami Smith had a hat trick in the opening half to put the Corals up, 3-0 over the Pumas. Lily Ashby and Sommer Dorman got the Pumas back into the game with a pair of goals before the 14:47 mark in the second half but Avery Miller and Cadence McMahon finished off the scoring for the Corals.

 

Current standings after two weeks:

Senior Div.

WIN

LOST

TIE

POINTS

ARTICS

3

1

0

9

PUMAS

2

1

1

7

CORALS

2

1

1

7

BENGALS

1

1

2

5

BAFFINS

1

3

0

3

SEAHAWKS

1

3

0

3

 

 

Week three games resume on Monday, June 24th, on the turf at Champions Stadium, Cape Henlopen HS with the elementary division games at 6:00 followed by the senior division games at 6:45, 7:30 and 8:15.