The Warner Warriors finished the JWHL North weekend in Hudson, NH going 2-1-1. On Sunday the girls fell 5-3 to NAHA in a tight game. The Warriors jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead on the strength of goals from Shae Labbe and Mackenzie Ebel. NAHA got one back and it was 2-1 after 20 minutes. In the second period the girls were back on their heels a bit and NAHA pulled even at 2 goals a piece heading into the final period. In the third, both teams had chances but NAHA was able to convert on two opportunities midway through the period to go ahead 4-2. With 5 minutes to go, NAHA took a major penalty giving the girls a chance. Jessyka Holt converted on the power-play to pull within one. Unfortunately, NAHA scored an empty netter and the comeback fell short. On Saturday night the girls eared a valuable point scoring in the third period in a 3-3 tie vs. NSA. The Warriors fell behind 2-0 after one period before battling back on the strength of goals from Megan Normore and Jessica Sibley. In the third the girls once again feel behind before Shae Labbe snapped a wrist shot home to tie the game. The girls had chances late but ended up picking up a single point. On Saturday morning the Warriors earned 2 more points with a 6-1 win over the Minnesota Thoroughbreds. Jessica Sibley got the girls on the board in the first shift of the game followed by goals from Shae Labbe and Kathryn Haegedorn on the power-play and the girls had a quick 3-0 lead. Minnesota replied with a goal of their own before Mackenzie Ebel continued her solid play with another power-play goal to give the girls a 4-1 lead after one period. In the second, Ebel once again converted a give and go on the power-play and it was 5-1 after 40 minutes. In the third, Jessyka Holt scored on a nice individual effort to secure the 6-1 victory. The girls kick started the second half of the season with a convincing 5-1 win over the Colorado Selects. Megan Normore opened the scoring on a nice goal from the face-off before Shae Labbe scored two of her own to give the Warriors a quick 3-0 lead. In the second period, Mackenzie Ebel scored a nice short-handed break-away goal before the Selects replied to make it 4-1 going into the third. In the final period, Jessica Sibley put one in the top shelf to add some insurance in the win. Abigail Clarke got the victory in goal with some solid play. Up next the girls will be travelling to Minneapolis, MN in February.