Bengals Retain Potato Barrel
|0:00 - 1st||1||2||T|
|Me.-Presque Isle (1-2,)||0||1||1|
|Me.-Fort Kent (4-0,)||6||3||9|
|1st - 4:50||Katherine Ferland (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|1st - 10:27||Katherine Ferland (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|1st - 17:27||Kayla Richards (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|1st - 22:05||Katherine Ferland (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|1st - 32:49||Theresa Biggs (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|1st - 34:29||Donike Ferreira (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|2nd - 49:55||Katherine Ferland (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|2nd - 52:35||Jenn Colpitts (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|2nd - 67:43||Jamie Pelletier (Me.-Fort Kent)|
|2nd - 88:00||Lainey Herring (Me.-Presque Isle)|
|Me.-Presque Isle||Me.-Fort Kent|
Lainey Herring - 1
A: Chelsea Beauchemen - 1
Sv: Taylor Ussery - 10
Katherine Ferland - 4
A: Kayla Richards - 3
Sh: Katherine Ferland - 13
Sv: Liz Morneault - 3
|TEAM STATISTICS||Me.-Presque Isle||Me.-Fort Kent|
|Shots (on goal)||0 (0)||0 (19)|
(FORT KENT, ME) -- Freshmen forward Katherine Ferland (Montreal) scored four goals and assisted on another in leading the University of Maine-Fort Kent past visiting University of Maine-Presque Isle 9-1 in the sixth annual Potato Barrel Classic from Fort Kent, Maine Saturday afternoon.
The Bengals are now 5-1 since the inception of the Potato Barrel trophy. Entering the game, both teams were ranked in the top 5 of the first USCAA Coaches' Poll of 2012. UMFK, coming off a 2011 season that saw them win the USCAA championship, opened #1. The Owls, who just missed out on last year's 8-team tournament field, came in at #3.
Freshmen forward Kayla Richards (Presque Isle, Maine) added a goal and three assists for UMFK (3-0-0) while Kimika Forbes (Trinidad) and Liz Morneault (Eagle Lake, Maine) combined to make three saves in goal for UMFK.
Taylor Ussery (Sr./La Verne, CA) made ten saves on nineteen UMFK shots in goal for the Owls.
The Owls had their match vs. UMaine-Augusta scheduled for Sunday postponed until later in the season. They will now have a few days off before travelling to UMaine-Farmington Thursday, September 13th to take on the Beavers at 3:30pm.