2008 - 2009 LSSAA Hockey

LCCVI
Lambton Central Lancers

NCIV
Northern Collegiate Vikings

SCITS
Sarnia Collegiate
Blue Bombers

SCHR
St. Christopher
Cyclones

SCSS
St. Clair Colts

SPHS
St. Patrick's
Fighting Irish

NLSS
North Lambton Eagles
 

SWOSSAA A/AA
St. Clair Colts vs Chatham McGregor

March 5, 2009

photos and highlights
by Kyle MacKinnon

 

Despite a third period charge by the McGregor (from Chatham) the St. Clair Colts advanced to the girls hockey "A/AA" SWOSSAA championship next week in Windsor with a 5-2 victory.

 


"We started out really well scoring the games first four goals," St. Clair head coach Mike Partridge said.
"In the third we had a mental laps (allowing two goals). We told the girls during the intermission not to let up, but they did a little."

 

McGregor played with only seven skaters.


"We played many games like that," Partridge said of his team who skated with 11 during the SWOSSAA semi-final game.


"This was actually the first time we have had this many this season," Partridge said.
"Some girls missed because of volleyball practice, shopping and work. Attendance has definitely been an issue."


Mallory Mullin scored the games first two goals for the Colts in the first.

 

Keegan Clatworthy and Mackenzie Dark assisted on Mullin;s first at the 3:36 mark of the first.
Brooke Clubb received the lone assist on Mullin's second.


Clubb scored the Colt's third goal unassisted.


"She has been a very strong player for our team for five-years," Partridge said of Clubb who is the teams captain.


"She came back this season after a foot injury and been a dominate player for us."


Megan Brinksman gave the Colts a 4-0 lead before the end of the second.


Dark and Megan Moore picked up assists.


McGregor scored two goals 1:23 apart in the third to pull the game to 4-2 before Mullin picked up her third point of the game setting up Ashley Dunn.

 


The Colts were led to victory by Kaitlyn Filip between the pipes.


"She has been a great goalie for us for four-years," Partridge said. "She has been the starter from day one and has played great."


St. Clair will now play the Windsor representative early next week in Windsor.


The winner of the SWOSSAA final will move onto OFFSA later this month.
 


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