Monday, July 3rd-Edwards Field
Lakeshore 11, Ski+Bar 7
Evidently Lakeshore won the battle last night at the social as Ski+Bar started play one
player down. Lakeshore's Theresa Frnezo scored 5 goals and Bridget Olp had 4. Britty Gottlieb
of Ski+Bar had 3 goals in the loss.
Team Ohio 9, Juan's Mexicali 4
Ohio and Juan's Mexicali seemed evenly matched despite Ohio taking an early lead and holding
it for the entire game. Ohio's Liz Ford had 3 goals and 1 assist and Molly Sniveley added
another 2 goals while goalie Amanda Chambers recorded 14 saves. Mexicali's Kelly Morgan
Added 2 goals and 1 assist for her team.
Rammit 12, Liquid Lax 11
After a back and forth, goal trading 1st half, teams were tied at 6. At the end of regulation,
there was another tie at 9. With 2 minutes left in the second 3-minute OT period, Rammit
sisters Halley and Katie Moseley connected for the go-ahead and game winning goal. Liquid
Lax had several chances to tie the score yet again but Rammit goalie Brooke Lewis turned
away a last minute flurry to secure the win. Rammit's Katie Moseley had 3 goals and an assist,
Lindsay Brown had 4 goals and an assist, and Christy Schindler had 3 goals. Liquid Lax's
Gretchen Lasda had 3 goals, Jess Bromall had 4, and goalie Amy Lavoie had 14 saves.
Detroit 14, Last Chance 2
Despite having no subs and being outplayed by a younger and fresher Detroit team, Last Chance
never gave up. Detroit peppered goalie Valerie Hake throughout the game but Hake was able
to hold the blue from the motor city to just 14. Detroit's Emilia Ward and Alexis Pavle
had 3 goals apiece in the win.
Ski+Bar 7, Juan's Mexicali 6
With 20 minutes remaining in the 2nd half and a tie game, lightening (and subsequent adult
beverages) suspended play for almost 3 hours. Tensions were high as both teams returned
to the field to finish a head-to-head battle. Taryn Brody scored 3 goals in Ski+Bar's victory
while Michelle Pav turned away 13 saves.
Liquid Lax 13, Last Chance 4
Liquid Lax accommodated Last Chance's 2 man down roster in the spirit of fun and sportsmanship.
Nicki Kucharski scored 3 of 4 goals for Last Chance and Nicole Traino had 5 of the 13 for
Lakeshore 4, Team Ohio 3
Lakeshore held Ohio scoreless in the first while tallying 4 goals and subsequently Ohio
held Lakeshore to no additional goals in the 2nd half while scoring 3 in a defensive battle.
Cunthia Frezzo of Lakeshore and Katie Sheridan of Ohio had 2 goals each for their respective
Detroit 8, Rammit 7
This was a fast paced, highly physical, evenly matched game between two young teams. Detroit
jumped to an early lead but Rammit, led by Katie Moseley and Lindsay Brown, chipped away
and managed to go into the half just 1 goal down. But in the end, Detroit was able to control
the pace and goalie Kristin Demorest refused Rammit their second victory of the day. Detroit's
Alexis Pavle and Katie Popovich led the way with 3 goals apiece.
Monday, July 3rd-Athletic Field
PA Express 11, Hootenannies 8
The competition started last night at the Tap Room social and continued this morning. The
early 7:45 game proved to be a head to head, evenly matched competition. The team from Pennsylvania
was led by Megan Burker with 4 goals. Hootenannies goalie Kendall Cox clearly faced a barrage
of shots as she turned away 12 shots in the loss. PA express pulled ahead for the win but
no one knows who won last night.
MadLax 13, Team Wild 8
The presence of Peter Kohn and loud music on the sidelines encouraged Team Wild to push
through the early morning despite a slow start. MadLax kept up the intensity and led at
the half. Kristy Manas led all scorers with 4 and goalie Meg Dentler continued an impressive
tournament with 12 saves in this game.
ReLAXers 19, Colorado Chillax 3
ReLAXers weren't relaxing on the field today, coming out with 6 quick goals in the first
10 minutes. Colleen Dalon had 6 goals and Allison Evans added 5 in a lopsided win.
Lockton Loaded 8, Tap This 7
Even though L&L suffered 2 yellow cards and played a man down, they managed to pull
out a victory after a hard fought game. Brooke McKenzie had 3 goals in the win while Cassie
Abel punched in 4 goals in the loss.
Team Wild 9, Hootenannies 7
Scoring goals tit for tat, both teams put on a show in this evenly matched game. Meg Bonney
and Elizabeth Renehan each had 2 goals for Wild. Despite a lengthy rain delay and jammin'
music in the parking lot, the Hootenannies couldn't manage a win in this one.
Tap This 1, Colorado Chillax 0
Tap This recorded a win in the forfeit.
PA Express 7, MadLax 5
Two rain delays and continuing foul weather moved the game down the valley to Edwards. This
was the most exciting game of the day as two very evenly matched teams battled back and
forth until PA Express pulled ahead and secured the win. Katie Doolittle of PA and Lauren
Gallagher of MadLax led the scoring with 2 goals apiece.
ReLAXers 12, Lockton Loaded 7
reLAXers continued to fool everyone by playing anything but relaxed. After a 3 hour weather
delay and moving teams to different locations, the last game of the day was to determine
who would play in the championship game. Lockton Loaded just couldn't get their sights set
on the reLAXers and watched the team in red pull away slowly and steadily for the victory.
Allison Evans scored 4 goals for reLAXers and Laura Dosdall had 2 in the losing effort.