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Clarke scores twice in loss to Acadia

Photo by Peter Oleskevich
Photo by Peter Oleskevich

WOLFVILLE – A pair of goals by Kaitlyn Clarke had the Dalhousie Tigers (2-4-1) ahead of the Acadia Axewomen (5-2-1) at halftime on Friday night, but three goals in under 10 minutes propelled Acadia to victory.  

Sydney Kennedy (Fletchers Lake, NS) scored the opening game of the match, which was answered by Clarke's (Edmonton, AB) two goals to end the first-half scoring.  

Acadia started quick in the second half, with Abby Girard (Dartmouth, NS) scoring in the 49th minute of play, followed just two minutes later by Abbey Aucoin (Dartmouth, NS).  

Kennedy capped off the game with her second of the match, to tie Aucoin and Grace Longley (Bedford, NS) for the team lead in scoring with six goals apiece.  

Milena Ramirez (Wolfville, NS) finished the night with seven saves for her fifth win of the season, while Emily Toth (Markham, ON) recorded seven in the loss for Dalhousie.  

Syndey Kennedy was named the player of the game for the Axewomen, while Kaitlyn Clarke earned the honours for the Tigers. 

The Tigers now host UNB tomorrow at 5 p.m., while Acadia is off until Friday, Oct. 13 when they host Saint Mary's for their final conference home game of 2023.