Moose sweep weekend tilts

Team remains undefeated after three games in South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League play in Surrey

The Meadow Ridge Moose remain undefeated after three games in South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League play after sweeping a pair of weekend tilts in Surrey.

The Moose opened the weekend by blanking the South Delta TNT 3-0 on Saturday, Oct. 3 thanks to a pair of goals by Dayna Briggs. Jade Werger scored the other goal, while Madeline Cockrill chipped in with two assists. Sabrina Mathias recorded the shut out, turning aside all 27 shots.

Meadow Ridge then toppled the Island Surge 6-2 on Sunday, Oct. 4 as Briggs recorded another two-goal performance to go with her one helper. Moose forward Emily Jude also had three points, registering a goal and two assists. Cockrill contributed two helpers.

The Moose built up a 3-0 lead more than midway through the second period before giving up their first goal of the weekend. Katie Greenway picked up the win, making 18 saves on 20 shots. Briggs and Jude are sitting in third in league scoring with five points in three games.

• The Moose host the Fraser Valley Jets at Pitt Meadows Arena on Saturday, Oct. 17 at 8:30 p.m. and play at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 1:45 p.m. against the Trinity Western University Titans.

Just Posted

Letter: Bigger issues in Maple Ridge than train horns

Loves to hear the sound, part of our history

c’usqunela elementary opening delayed

Students and teachers will be hosted by different SD42 schools in east Maple Ridge

Conservative campaign talks public safety

Dalton and party’s public safety head meet with Maple Ridge residents

The Asante Centre in Maple Ridge gets a boost from the CMA

A $20,000 grant was awarded for the centre’s FASD peer mentorship program

Disney Plus to launch in Canada in November

Analysts say latest streaming service may escalate cord cutting

B.C. manhunt suspects left cellphone video before they died: family

Family member says Kam McLeod, Bryer Schmegelsky recorded final wishes

Okanagan bus driver assaulted for asking patron not to smoke

59-year-old in hospital with non-life threatening injuries

Mouse infestation hit Langley hospital’s kitchens

Droppings and urine were found by Fraser Health inspectors in the spring

Son of slain former Hells Angel is one of two men sentenced for crime spree

Pair’s 2017 series of Lower Mainland robberies stretched from Surrey to Mission

‘Person of interest’ identified after suspicious meat left in North Delta park

Piles of meat have been dumped near the 63rd Avenue trail entrance four times in the last 30 days

B.C. sets rules for ride hailing, same minimum fee as taxis

Larger operating areas seen as threat by cab companies

Most Read