J-D also had to overcome a slow start in last Tuesday's game at Henninger/Nottingham before prevailing by a score of 9-7.
Since Henninger/Nottingham had already played (and beaten Watertown IHC 6-5 on March 26), it had a better game rhythm in the early going. J-D had a hard time winning draws, and at halftime it trailed 5-1.
Everything changed in the second half, though. The Rams started winning possession, which led to constant attacks - and plenty of goals, too, as it outscored Henninger/Nottingham 8-2 the rest of the way.
Taylor Bierwagen, with two goals and two assists, led a balanced attack where Lauren Beville and Taylor Fallon also had two-goal outings. Lauren Swan put up a goal and two assists as Caitlin Cariseo and Kayleigh Cavanaugh also converted.