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Series Ends with Wildcats Win

Posted by Wildcats webmaster on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, In : 2012-2013 Season 

After a long hiatus, the Wildcats took the ice again for a match up against the Washington Wolves last Saturday night. It was an excellent game.  For 45 minutes, the two teams slugged it out and battled hard for the "W." 
 
Rust knocked off their skates, the Cats opened the scoring just :41 seconds into the game when forward Michele Forte got her 3rd goal of the season. The Wolves were able to answer back halfway through the period, tying the game, 1-1. The Wildcats continued to pummel the of...
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Wildcats Welcome New Season with Win

Posted by Wildcats webmaster on Monday, November 5, 2012, In : 2012-2013 Season 

With the off-season hiatus officially over, the Wildcats took the ice again as a team against the Washington Wolves Sunday night. The Wildcats traveled to the Kettler Capitals Iceplex for the season opener, excited to play, eager to win and with some new additions to roster. The Wildcats are happy to welcome new players to the lineup; Margaret Moran, Karen Frost, Mary Garrison and former teammates, Lyne McCauley and Anita Wray. The team is looking forward to what promises to be a great seaso...
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Wildcats Defeat Firestorm

Posted by Wildcats webmaster on Monday, November 7, 2011, In : 2011-2012 Season 
Last Sunday, the Wildcats traveled to Skate Frederick in Maryland for their match against the Frederick Firestorm.  The Wildcats knew they would have to come out strong and take control of the game at the first face-off if they were to have a chance against the always formidable Firestorm. Gaining control of the Firestorm zone early on, Cats' center Meghan Benson and wingers Ines Schroeder and Diane Sanders had many scoring opportunities as they cycled the puck. Finally, from behind the net, ...
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Wildcats on a Roll

Posted by Krista Ehlert on Monday, November 1, 2010, In : 2010-2011 Season 

The Wildcats are on a roll.  For the third straight game, the Wildcats have come away with a tie. This weekend's game against the Chesapeake Bay Lightning was no exception.  When the Wildcats took the ice on Saturday night, it was anybody's game and anybody's guess as to the outcome.  This was the first time these two teams met, and neither knew what to expect from the other.

The Lightning kept the Wildcats on their toes early in the first period with plenty of battles in the corners and along...

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