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PECI Panthers in final four – tournament now Friday

UPDATE Feb. 24 – Due to poor weather the Final Four Bay of Quinte has moved to Friday, Feb 26th in Trenton with the Panther playing at 10:30am against ENSS Blue Dragons.

Gold and silver game is against winner of the Saint Theresa’s Titans and Moira Secondary School Trojans at 1:30pm.

Bronze medal play is set for noon, if they lose to the Blue Dragons.

By Mike Pothier
PECI Panthers Girls Hockey players are on their way to the final four Bay of Quinte Tournament following a win over the Bayside Red Devils 4-3 in an exciting quarter finals do-or-die game.

The team slowly built a strong 2-0 lead through the first and second periods before the wheels fell off the Panther wagon. Kendra Marion assisted Sam Ward’s first period goal while Alex Staley scored the Panther’s second goal in the last minute of the second period. Kenda Marion and Kelli-Anne Maycock assisted on the insurance goal.

The Red Devils started their comeback charge 40 seconds after Celina Fox put the Panthers up 3-1 with her first of two goals. The Red Devils scored two goals 22 seconds apart to tie the game.

Celina Fox’s second goal and Taylor Snider’s solid goaltending slammed the door on the Devils with 4:17 left in the game. The Red Devils appeared to be spent as they didn’t manage a good attack on Taylor Snider after they pulled their goalie in the last minutes of the game. Sam Ward assisted on both of Celina’s goals while Abby Terpstra provided a helper.

Panthers, ranked third in the final four tournament, are in action at 9am Wednesday, Feb. 24th in Trenton against the winner of the ENSS Blue Dragons and Central Hastings Centurions in the opening final four tournament semi-final game.

The Panthers’ record against the Blue Dragons is split this season – one win in overtime and one lost in regular league play so an exciting game is expected.

UPDATE: If things go well for the Panthers, the gold and silver medal game is at 1:30pm while the bronze medal game starts at noon. No date announced as yet in case of poor weather.

Photos by Rebecca Juby

Team-baysideTeam celebrates with goalie Taylor Snider after buzzer put them into the final four tournament. From left: Chloe Marshall, Tynika Williams, Taylor Snider, Brittany Payne, Kim Pothier, and Kendra Marion.

Sam-Ward-Bayside-2A determined Sam Ward chasing a Red Devil with the puck.

Abby-Terpstra-BaysideAbby Terpstra eyes the puck to get a quick jump on the face off.

Taylor-Snider-BaysideA relieved Taylor Snider digging out a smothered Red Devil attempt to score.

Brittnay-Payne-Bayside-Brittnay Payne standing her ground in mid ice against a Red Devil.

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  1. Emily says:

    Who won? Score?

  2. Kathy says:

    And they won the Silver medal today at the Bay of Quinte championships! Off to COSSA ( Central Ontario championships) on Monday! Congratulations ladies!

  3. Ish Kabibbel says:

    Panthers Girls Hockey, pretty, tough !

  4. Argyle says:

    Enjoy the ride…..Go Panthers !

  5. Paul Cole says:

    Go Panthers Go !!!!

  6. Mike Pothier says:

    Please note the bronze medal game is at 12 noon. And the Gold and Silver Game is at 1:30pm!

    No weather date given if cancelled due to storm!

    Have a safe one tomorrow!
    MikeP.
    Feb. 23rd

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