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Blue Devils net "team victory"


December 06, 2012
By Bob St. John

Sports Editor

Grosse Pointe South's girls' hockey team improved to 2-0 after beating Walled Lake 3-1 last weekend.

"It was a pretty good game against a much-improved team," head coach Joe Provenzano said. "We were able to skate three full lines and we mixed our veterans with our new girls.

"It worked out well and the girls played a good game."

Junior Tenley Shield scored the Blue Devils' first goal with senior Lindsey Makos netting an assist, and in the third stanza senior Darian Dempsey tallied, making it 2-0. Sophomore Ellie Flom had an assist on the goal.

Walled Lake scored early in the third period to make it close, but freshman Grace Moody tallied a huge insurance goal with junior Anne Crowley drawing an assist.

"It was nice to see Grace score her first varsity goal and it came at an important time in the game," Provenzano said. "Having a two-goal advantage gave us some breathing room down the stretch.

"Our new players are blending in nicely."

Senior goalie Anastasia Diamond was solid in net, stopping 29-of-30 shots as she improved to 2-0 on the young season.

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