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Thunder rumbles Panthers out of gold medal game

By Mike Pothier
Emotions ran high for Panther girls hockey players following their loss at the Central Ontario Second School Athletics championships Monday.

The Panthers bowed out at COSSA after losing to the St. Mary’s Catholic Secondary School Thunder, from Cobourg, by a score of 4-1. The Panthers were in the game right up to the last 10 seconds when the Thunder scored an open netter.

The very defensive Panther team did a fantastic job managing the puck in their end by blocking numerous Thunder shots and controlling rebounds.

Unfortunately, living in their own end slowly caught up with the fatigued Panthers and they couldn’t generate a good opportunity to score in the final minutes.

Goalie Taylor Snider was extremely busy in the Panther net and was the star of the game for the Panthers. Abby Terpstra scored the only Panther goal with Bay of Quinte Championship heroine Alex Staley and Morgan Clark assisting.

Coach Laurie Spencer remains proud of the team.

“The girls played very well. They left everything they had out on the ice. I’m very proud of the team. We had a great season and are looking forward to next season.”

St. Mary’s Thunder was taken down by St. Theresa Titans 2-1 in the gold medal game. The Titans move onto OFSAA play.

Photos by Rebecca Juby

Sam-Ward-COSSASam Ward working around Thunder defense.

Tynika-Williams-COSSATynika Williams aggressively fore checking a Thunder defender.

Alex-Staley-COSSA

Bay of Quinte Championship heroine Alex Staley ripping a slap shot from the point.

Alex-and-Sam-COSSACaptain Alex Staley and Sam Ward trying to push a rebound into the Thunder net before the Thunder goalie pounces on the puck.

 

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  1. Michelle Beaudette says:

    A great season indeed – one to be very proud of! Thank you to the supportive parents, student fans and CountyLive for the excellent coverage and photos.

  2. Kathy & Les Staley says:

    Win or lose, it was a season to be proud of.

  3. Argyle says:

    Great season all the same. The players, coaches and school should be proud of this teams season. No quit !

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