Aston, PA -- This past weekend our U19 Little Flyers had back to back home games. On Saturday Night the University of Delaware women came to Iceworks for a non-league game. This game can be described as the best performance so far this season. The first period saw the women from both teams flying around the rink trying to take advantage of every opportunity. By the time the buzzer sounded the end of the first period the score board reflected even play and even results. The second period was a different story as the energy of youth certainly showed and our girls took a command of the of the game and Michelle Radov managed to get the puck into the back of the net at the end of the second. The play in the third period had our girls continue to show an advantage but late in the period a dump and chase play from UofD saw the puck grow eyes and it snuck into the net for what turned out to be the last goal on the game (1-1 final). Both teams came ready to play and made for an exciting game to watch.
Sunday night was a different story when the Belles came to Aston for the third MAWHA league game of the year. Our Little Flyers controlled the game early, middle, and late. Our girls put 61 shots on net with 11 goals. Leading the team in points was Kaila Booth with her first Hat Trick of season and 1 assist. Also making onto the scoresheet was Bonnie Mundy with 2 goal and 1 assist. Charlotte Labre and Maggie Danchak had 2 goals each. Lexi Poulin had 1 goal and 2 assists. Morgan Daly also had 1 goal. Jenna Calchi and Eve Hill each had an assist. This game moves the girls to 3-0 in league play so far this year. They next take to the Ice this coming Saturday against Piedmont Predators in Virginia.
U19 Little Flyers hit the road and come back 2-0 to start the MAWHA season
(J.Booth-September 2021) The U19 girls took to the road again to start off the 2021-22 MAWHA season. Saturday, they took the long trip up to Long Island to take on the Isanders Elite team. They controlled much of the game play and Avari Hahn got the puck from Evelyn Pryadkin (AKA Russia) and scored the first league goal of the season for our U19 Little Flyers in the first period. Later in the first our girls got in some trouble and somehow managed to leave tender Sydney Babin alone facing three Islanders on her crease. She was more than up to the challenge and not only turned away three shots she got the puck to a charging Kaila Booth who took the puck coast to coast and stuffed in the 2nd goal of the game. Our girls continued direct the play and then halfway through the third period Jenna Calchi got the puck to Russia for her first goal and the final score of 3-0.
Our girls stay up north to face the NJ Titans early Sunday morning. Little Flyers dominated the Titans all 3 periods of the game. The girls focused on cycling the puck throughout the game and lots of players managed to get on the scoresheet. Even the referee’s helped get the girls ink on the scoresheet by consistently keeping one of them in the penalty box. Net minder Lucy Fassler played a solid game and only let 1 goal during one of the penalty kills. Goals were recorded for Jenna Calchi (2), Evelyn Hill (1), Evelyn Pryadkin(2), Samantha Roberts(1), Kaila Booth(1), and Maggie Danchak(1). Assists were recorded for Lexi Poulan(1), Kaila Booth(2), Avari Hahn(1), Jenna Calchi(3), Evelyn Pryadkin(2), and Evelyn Hill(2). The Little Flyers bring home six points in the MAWHA standings, going 2-0 on the road trip with wins of 3-0 and 8-1 respectively.