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Lowes provides the high point for Royals

Indoor hockey games have been providing some hair-raising experiences, as Marina Ellison discovers while defending for the Yellow team against the Royals. - Don Bodger
Indoor hockey games have been providing some hair-raising experiences, as Marina Ellison discovers while defending for the Yellow team against the Royals.
— image credit: Don Bodger

Back-to-back games didn't seem to affect the Royals in Cowichan Indoor Hockey League play last Sunday.

The Royals lost their first outing 5-1 to the Red team but went right back on the floor after that against the Yellow squad and won 5-3.

Sara Lowes was a standout in the win with four goals while Kyla Toljander added a single.

Michelle Pewarchuk, Marina Ellison and Michelle Purchase replied for Yellow.

Sara Goodman had the lone goal for the Royals in the previous game against Red.

The winners got goals from five different players: Cheryl McCreary, Brittany Smith, Hayley Picard, Kim Smith and Sophia Murray.

The day began with Green and Navy playing to a 1-1 tie.

Shylayne Davidson scored for Green and Ashlee Noyes for Navy.

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