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Wednesday, April 21, 2004


SV Fury nearly
clips the Wings

In Icebreaker hockey

It was an exciting finish to the 2003-04 women’s hockey season for the Sun Valley Fury skaters during the sixth annual Icebreaker tournament April 16-18 at Ogden, Utah.

Sun Valley Fury went 3-0-1 in its four preliminary games and made it all the way to Sunday’s championship, where the Idaho skaters lost a tough 2-1 contest to the host Wasatch Wings "B" team.

Overall tournament Most Valuable Players for the Fury were Dotty Sarchett and Jini Griffith.

In its first game, Fury beat Wasatch Wings "C" 4-0 with Bege Reynolds getting the game MVP. Sarchett added a game MVP in the Fury’s 2-1 triumph over Wasatch Wings "B". Then, Mia Edsall was MVP as Fury skated to a 2-2 tie with Jackson Hole (Wyo.).

Fury’s thrilling 3-2 semi-final win over the Salt Lake Black Diamonds came in a shootout—with Nancy Parsons Brown and Jini Griffith making their shootout goals after the game was tied 1-1 after regulation. Game MVP for Fury was Joanie Whitcomb.

Here is Fury weekend scoring: Jini Griffith 5 goals/1 assist; Dotty Sarchett 2/2; Mia Edsall 2/1; Bege Reynolds 1/2; Nancy Parsons Brown 1/1; Carole Punnett 1/0; Lolly Greeninger 0/3; and Susanne Connor 0/1. Other Fury skaters in Utah were Kathy Histon, Cinda Lewis and Kris Josey.


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