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Cazenovia ice hockey goes 1-1, earns win over Watertown IHC

first_img Tags: Cazenoviaice hockey Perhaps a corner has turned for the Cazenovia ice hockey team.Once at 0-7, the Lakers earned its second consecutive victory last Tuesday night at the Morrisville State IcePles, claiming a 4-2 decision over Watertown IHC.This result was more impressive than the 3-0 win over Ontario Bay one week earlier, partially because the Cavaliers had a better record (3-7), but also because Cazenovia didn’t let the momentum dissipate in between these games.The Lakers broke out of a scoreless tie in the second period by converting twice, and did so again in the third period to keep IHC from rallying.It was Jack Donlin setting the pace for the Cazenovia attack, scoring twice and contributing an assist. Jacob Owens had one goal and one assist.James Dapson picked up the other goal, with George Labinski getting two assists. Jacob Grevelding and Andrew Parkhurst both had two assists as Cy McCrink stopped 26 of Ontario Bay’s 28 shots.Still at the IcePlex on Friday night, Cazenovia faced Cicero-North Syracuse, and put up its best goal total of the season, yet still took a 6-5 overtime defeat to the Northstars.A big second period had the Lakers in front 4-1, but it could not hold on, C-NS making it all the way back to even it 5-5 and then prevail in the OT period, led by Matt Cramer’s three goals and one assist.Dan Scholl and Josh Whaley both scored twice Cazenovia, Donlin earning the other goal. Forrest Ives had two assists as single assists went to Whaley, Owens, Labinski, James LeFever and Gage Marshall.The Lakers play three times this week, hosting Rome Free Academy Tuesday and Mohawk Valley on Saturday, with a Thursday trip to Ontario Bay for a rematch with the Storm in between.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more


first_imgTHE FAMILY of brave schoolgirl Noirin Nic Garbhaith has launched a fundraising drive to see if US clinical trials can help her condition.Noirin suffered severe spinal injuries in a car crash in May 2008.Now aged seven, she has defied all the odds with her spirit for life and is a cheerful pupil at Scoil Mhuire in Derrybeg – as well as being active in swimming and horse riding! Her amazing thirst for life has won admirers all over the world.Her Spinal Cord Injury has now been assessed at the Shriner’s Medical Centre in Philadelphia where doctors believe a cure could be achieved in the next decade.The family has now decided to help fundraise for the research which could lead to that cure.Donegaldaily.com is encouraging readers to make a donation to that research – which involves stem cell implants – at www.justadollarplease.org. Noirin’s mum Sonia said her little girl always remains positive despite all she has faced.“There are moments however when we all struggle to come to terms with what has happened and how our lives have been turned upside down,” she said.“Our family has spent the last three years trying to adapt to our new way of life while encouraging Noirin to be as independent and happy as possible.“We have trying our best to come to keep the complications of SCI to a minimum but this is easier said than done.“As a parent there is an inate urge to find to fix the problem and while I realise there is no cure for SCI at present, I am aware that there is a lot happening in this area and I wish to take an active part in this for Noirin and for all those living with this injury.” Six patients spinal cords have been injected with umbilical cord stem cells – led by Dr Wise Young at Rutgers University, New Jersey.Noirin’s loving family are planning a number of fundraisers in the coming months – and we’ll be highlighting them here on donegaldaily.com.We’re asking all our Facebook friends to send this story to as many people as possible.And please make a donation. BRAVE NOIRIN’S FAMILY IN HOPE FOR MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGH – AND YOU CAN HELP! was last modified: March 25th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:derrybegnoirinSCIstem cell researchlast_img read more