The 8th Grade Batesville Lady Bulldogs revenged a 17 point earlier season lose to the Greendale Tigers last night with a 40-30 victory to advance to the championship game of the SEI Tourney.The Bulldogs played a great defensive game, and were the more aggressive team as any loose ball had two or three girls getting on the floor for it. Offensively the Lady Bulldogs were lead by Emma Weiler with 24. Other scorers for the Bulldogs were Makayla Granger with 9, Ava Hanson with 4 and Megan Meyer added 3. The Lady Bulldogs now have a seasonal record of 12 wins and 3 loses.The Lady Tigers were lead in scoring by Lizzie Redar with 10 points. Other scorers for the Lady Tigers were Ivy Hinkle and Elle McMullen each with 6, Molly Steuer added 4, and they got 2 points each from Nicole House and Holloway.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Jack Smith.
Published on January 20, 2017 at 11:24 pm Contact Andrew: firstname.lastname@example.org | @A_E_Graham Allie Munroe’s four points led the way for Syracuse (8-10-5, 7-2-2 College Hockey America) as it dismantled Lindenwood (5-15-2, 3-7-1) 5-0 on Friday night at Lindenwood Ice Arena in Wentzville, Missouri.The sophomore defender assisted on three goals and scored one of her own on a powerplay. SU scored four powerplay goals — two in the first period. The Orange scored three goals in the first period for this first time this season and tied a school record with four powerplay goals. The last time the Orange scored four goals on the powerplay was against Union in October 2013.Abbey Miller was also perfect in the net, swallowing up all 14 shots she faced. It was Miller’s fourth shutout of the season.Savannah Rennie opened the scoring in the first, followed by Steph Grossi (powerplay) and Emily Costales (powerplay).The 3-0 margin lasted the entire second period, but Syracuse’s offense came back alive 40 seconds into the third with a Larissa Martyniuk score. Munroe added the fifth goal with 5:41 remaining.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange penalty kill was perfect on the night, blanking Lindenwood to an 0-for-6 mark. SU drew eight penalties on the Lady Lions and dominated in both shots, 36-14, and at the faceoff dot, 42-19.Syracuse finishes its series with Lindenwood on Saturday at 2 p.m. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+