Moose remain undefeated

Team a perfect 9-0 on season after blanking pair of teams on weekend

The Meadow Ridge Moose moved alone atop of the South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League standings after back-to-back shutout wins on the weekend.

The Moose opened the weekend blanking the South Fraser TNT 4-0 Saturday, Nov. 7 at Planet Ice in Delta.

Dayna Briggs scored the game winner with Kacey Lepp, Kirsten Langston, and Angela Burke also chipping in with goals.

Madeline Cockrill had two assists.

Katie Greenway recorded the shutout, turning aside 15 shots.

The Moose continued their strong play, blanking the Fraser Valley Jets 3-0.

After a scoreless first period in which the Moose had 15 shots while only giving up two, Meadow Ridge erupted for three goals in the second, with Sydney Langston scoring the game-winner.

Emily Jude and Chanel Toor also scored.

The Moose dominated play throughout the game, firing 56 shots on net, while only giving up 12. Sabrina Mathias picked up the shutout.

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