Moose surge on Island road trip

Island life treats Meadow Ridge Moose well winning both games on weekend

  • Oct. 30, 2015 10:00 a.m.

The Meadow Ridge Moose remain undefeated after sweeping the Island Surge in South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League play in Victoria last weekend.

The Moose downed the Surge 5-2 Saturday night, then turned around and dumped them again 4-1 Sunday morning.

Dayna Biggs, the SCFAHL scoring leader, led the Moose Saturday, scoring two goals and assisting on two others, while Stephanie Mumm, Madeline Cockrill and Emily Jude also scored for Meadow Ridge. Jude had a pair of assists to finish the game with three points.

Sabrina Mathias picked up the win in net, turning aside 29 shots.

Sunday in Esquimalt, Briggs scored twice to give the visitors a 2-0 lead after one period. The Surge cut into the lead with the only goal of the second period.

Hayley Rodger and Cockrill added insurance goal the third period. Cockrill also had two assists.

Sabrina Mathias picked up the win, turning aside 34 shots.

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