January 22nd, 2021

Bisons sweep Horns hockey

By Lethbridge Herald on November 30, 2019.

Lethbridge Herald

A pair of late goals sunk the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 
women’s hockey team.
The Horns were defeated 3-1 by the Manitoba Bisons in Canada West play 
Friday night in Winnipeg.
Tied 1-1 late in the third, the Bisons Kate Gregoire scored with 2:52 
to go for the game-winner and Mekaela Fisher added the insurance 
marker with 16 seconds left as Lethbridge falls to 7-7-0-1.
In the men’s game at Nicholas Sheran Arena, the Horns were also 
defeated 3-1 and are 4-10-0-1.
In the women’s game, Alli Borrow opened the scoring for Lethbridge 
3:12 into the second period for a 1-0 lead after 40 minutes.
Fisher tied the game 3:36 into the third before Manitoba struck late.
The Bisons outshot the Pronghorns 27-19 with Horns goalie Alicia 
Anderson making 24 saves in the loss.
The teams play again today at 1 p.m.
At Nicholas Sheran Arena, a shorthanded goal by Dalton Sward midway 
through the third cut the Bisons lead to 3-1, but the hosts were 
unable to get any closer.
Former Lethbridge Hurricane Brady Pouteau scored in the first period 
for Manitoba. Devon Skoleski and Jeremey Leipsic added power-play 
goals in the second and third respectively for the Bisons.
The Bisons outhost the Pronghorns 38-25.
Horns goaltender Taz Burman made 35 saves.
The rematch is today at 1 p.m. at Nicholas Sheran Arena.
In basketball, the Pronghorns women’s team was handed its third 
straight loss with a 76-54 setback to the UBC Thunderbirds Friday 
night in Vancouver that puts them at 5-4.
Kacie Bosch had 17 points for the Pronghorns and Jessica Haenni added 
Bosch and Katie Keith each had eight rebounds.
The Pronghorns shot 35.9 per cent from the field, 22.2 per cent from 
the three-point line and 50 per cent on free throws.
The Horns men’s game against the Thunderbirds was in progress at 
press time. The men’s team is 3-5 heading into the weekend.
The teams wrap up the season and the first semester today.
The women’s game is at 6 p.m. local time with the men following at 8 

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