The Meadow Ridge Moose are having another great season in the South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League.
Defender Kirsten Langston was the defensive player of the week for the past week of action, after she had a season-high three assists in an 8-0 win over Simon Fraser University on Friday night in North Surrey.
That made Langston the top-scoring defender in the league, with a goal and seven assists in six games played.
Madeline Cockrill had two goals and three assists for Ridge in that game.
On Saturday, the Moose took a share of first place, beating the Fraser Valley Jets 4-3 in Pitt Meadows, and improving to 4-1-1 on the season.
Dayna Briggs had a hat trick in that game, and set up a fourth goal. She is the league’s scoring leader, with eight goals and 13 points.
Right behind her are teammates Sarah Boehringer and Rachel Dong, with 12 points each.
The week prior, Dong chosen as the player of the week after a seven point game – four goals and three assists in a 15-0 laugher against the TWU Titans.
With nine points, the Moose are tied for first with the Richmond Devils, who have a game in hand.
The Moose will be on the road, playing the Kamloops Vibe in back-to-back games on Saturday and Sunday.