Going up against another strong team from New York on Saturday, the BFA-St. Albans girls’ hockey team dropped its second straight game on Saturday during the Christi Corrigan Tournament.
The Comets found the back of the net against Beekmantown on Saturday after being shut out on Friday, but it wasn’t enough as they fell 5-2.
“We had a tough time finding the back of the net again today,” said BFA coach Luke Cioffi. “We tried different line combinations and continued to improve on both ends of the ice.”
Chloe Rouleau and McKenna Remillard scored for the Comets with Meghan Connor and Emma Hill picking up assists.
Madeleine Hungerford started the game in net for BFA playing the first two periods and making 13 saves on 16 shots.
Gabbi Metz played the third period and came away with six saves.
BFA will look to pick up its first win when it begins its play against Vermont teams when it travels to Middlebury on Tuesday.
“I’m happy with what we saw out of these two games against two good teams,” said Cioffi. “We just need to keep focusing on attitude and effort to improve every day.”