Neal, Davidson set a mean scoring pace

Sara Goodman was a standout in the recent U14 indoor hockey tournament. - Don Bodger/file
Sara Goodman was a standout in the recent U14 indoor hockey tournament.
— image credit: Don Bodger/file

Yellow didn't stay mellow for long.

The Yellow team didn't put up much resistance in its first game of Sunday's Cowichan Indoor Hockey League schedule at the Island Savings Centre gymnasium, losing 7-0 to Navy.

Krystyna Neal led the winners with four goals while Chelsey Cleemoff, Jenna Ellison and Anika Kushner added one apiece.

Yellow obviously didn't score, but returned to form immediately in the next game to defeat Red 6-2.

Madelyn Smith had a pair of goals to lead Yellow. Beth Corish, Michelle Pewarchuk, Marina Ellison and Michelle Purchase completed the scoring with singles.

Sophia Murray and Kara Joyce replied for Red.

The day's agenda began with a 5-3 victory for the Green team over Royal Blue, as Shylayne Davidson broke loose for four goals. Hayley Koers had the other marker for the winners.

Sara Goodman (2) and Stefanie Langkammer were the Royal Blue goal-scorers.

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