The Lady Owls kept fans on their toes Tuesday afternoon by allowing Calais to stick around for most the game. Finally, late in the game, the Madawaska girls were on fire, scoring 4 goals in the last 10 minutes of the game. Leading the way for the Owls was Megan Ouellette with one goal more than a hat trick to seal the Owls victory, while earning a semi-final matchup against the winner of #1 Central and # 8 Bucksport.
Here's how the game was summarized in this morning Bangor Daily News:
"At Madawaska, Meagan Ouellette scored four goals, including three in the game’s final four minutes, to lift the No. 4 Owls by the No. 5 Blue Devils.
Allison Hill scored an unassisted goal one minute into the game for Calais before Madawaska responded in the second half when Ouellette scored off a Nathalie Cyr assist seven minutes in.
Nicole Cyr gave the Owls the lead seven minutes later when she converted a Samantha Nadeau assist. Nadeau then assisted on Ouellette’s next two goals at 4:04 and 2:16, respectively, before Ouellette capped the scoring surge with an unassisted tally with eight seconds left.
Amanda Nadeau made 11 saves on 15 shots for 8-6-1 Madawaska and Paige Gillespie made 15 on 22 for 12-3 Calais."