Red Deer, AB – RDC Queens forward Camryn Wallan was one of the difference makers Friday evening against the visiting SAIT Trojans. The third-year Bachelor of Education Elementary student scored on the power play and the game-winning goal, helping her team finalize a 4-3 decision.
The Red Deer College Queens had a strong opening period. At 16:31 of the first, Tyra Anderson beat Trojans netminder Cassidy Brown. Ashley Sutherland had the lone assist.
In the middle frame, the RDC Queens pushed ahead 3-0. Neisha Germann set up Camryn Wallan on the power play and then Braxtyn Shawara found the back of the net nearly ten minutes later. Mary Hirsch picked up the helper on Shawara's tally.
Before the end of the middle frame, the Trojans started to chip away at the lead. Within a four minute span, Davina McLeod and Aislynn Nachtegaele found room behind Queens goalkeeper Madison Fox, bringing their squad within one.
Karlee Fetch took over in the Queens' net for the final 20 minutes.
At 14:54 of the third, Tashel Scantlebury evened the contest 3-3, but the home team persisted. Camryn Wallan scored her second of the contest with 3:39 remaining, and that tally held up as the game-winner. Neisha Germann recorded the lone assist.
RDC outshot SAIT 28-22.
The Queens struck once on four power plays. The Trojans went zero-for-three with the extra skater.
Camryn Wallan was recognized as the Collegiate Sports Medicine Queens Player-of-the-Game. Tashel Scantlebury received the award for the Trojans.
The second place RDC Queens (3-0-0-0) will challenge the SAIT Trojans (0-3-0-0) on Saturday in Calgary at 7:00 p.m.