The Girls Varsity Hockey team at Rye Country Day School, continuing on their season long improvement, almost beat Portledge School 1-0 in the open air night game Tuesday at Beaver Dam Winter Club in Locust Valley, NY. The RCDS girls were holding onto a 1-0 lead on a goal by Harley Caggiano late into the 3rd period. While Portledge was pressing the whole game, they perhaps started off a little slowly given the 6-0 win the last time the teams met. The Wildcats played much better defensively, although they had a hard time with face-offs. Unfortunately with under a minute left in the game, Portledge pulled their goalie and were able to score after a scramble in front of the Rye net with 20.6 seconds remaining forcing the 1-1 tie.
RCDS was outshot 47-16 with Emma Budke in net for Rye
The Rye Country Day Wildcats weren’t able to hold off the Greenwich Cardinals, falling behind 2-0 in the first and 3-1 in the second period. Rye Country Day was out shot 36-23. Emma Budke was in goal for the Wildcats, Hannah Goldenberg earned the win for Greenwich. Turnovers were a major factor in the game.
1/3/2020 The Mamaroneck Tigers 16u girls defeated the Mid-Hudson Polar Bears in back to back games at Westchester Skating Academy (WSA) in Elmsford NY to open the play-down games to qualify for the Tier 2 NYS Tournament
In the opening game Brooke Kelley (PA) opened up the scoring in the 1st period for the Polar Bears with a shot from the slot that got past Emma Budke after the Tigers had trouble getting the puck out of their zone. The Tigers evened up the score in the 2nd period with Johanna Reimer (Tarrytown) who broke in on the Polar Bears goalie and deked around her to the right with 7:36 left in the period. Kelley got another one in the second beating Budke to the upper left-hand corner. The tables changed in the 3rd period as the Tigers wore down the Polar Bears who began to have penalty problems. The Tigers scored on the power play, followed by a seeing eye backhand from Hannah Luckman (Monroe) with 1:33 remaining. Then the Polar Bears pulled their goalie and Luckman scored an empty netter to tie up the win 4-2. Mamaroneck got off 28 shots to the Polar Bears’ 21.
Mamaroneck was able to hold on in the nightcap as well with a 3-0 win. Scoring opened with a power play goal by Grace Capko (Pleasantville) scoring at the back door with 7:18 left in the first. Hayley Kim (Yonkers) converted on a five on three later in the first. In the second period Capko converted on a pass from Kim on a two on one. The Polar Bears switched goalies for the third period playing former Bedford Bear Gabby who faced 7 shots. Budke faced 12 shots in the evening game.
11/17/2019 – Mamaroneck Tigers 16u girls beat Northern Lights 16/19 team (Simsbury CT) at Milford Ice Pavilion in Milford CT 2-1 in a shootout. Mamaroneck was backstopped by Emma Budke (Rye, NY) throughout the game. Mamaroneck’s lone goal during regular play came from Anna Chochrek (White Plains, NY) unassisted after a blocked shot late in the 3rd period forcing overtime and eventually a shootout. All three Mamaroneck shooters scored during the best of 5 shootout (Hayley Kim (Yonkers), Hannah Luckman (Monroe NY) and Chochrek). Budke allowed one in 4 attempts
Emma Budke asked Richter for his autograph at Playland Ice reopening
Sophomore Caroline Keating (24 pts) and seniors Ryan Hammel (23 pts), Charlotte Price (20 pts) and Olivia Friedberg (12 pts) will power coach Elizabeth Bennett’s offense.
Senior Elizabeth Friedberg (18 pts) is an anchor on defense while new sophomore Emma Budke will take over in….
Both goals scored by Morristown’s Leah Stecker (#91) (USAHockey). Emma in goal whole game. 26 shots, 20 quality, 2 goals. Game summary –https://www.nj.com/highschoolsports/2019/12/morristown-beard-over-rye-country-day-ny-girls-hockey-recap.html
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