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Another Silver Medal for the PeeWee B team!
Submitted By Kerry Garton on Tuesday, December 4, 2018
The PeeWee B girls headed to Peterborough this past weekend for the 38th annual Peterborough Ice Kats tournament.

The tournament started at 11:15 Friday morning with a game against the #2 team in Ontario, the Kemptville Storm. The girls played hard keeping up with the strong Kemptville team but unfortunately couldn’t find the back of the net and took a 2-0 loss for game one. Game two was against Flamborough Friday at 5:00pm. Inferno dominated this entire game with fantastic puck control and team play to take the win with a score of 2-0. Saturday brought only one game at noon against the familiar Waterloo Ravens.  The game was yet another well-played game with Inferno taking the win, 1-0. The final Round Robin game was early Sunday morning at 8:15 against North Durham. The girls totally dominated, spending much of the game time in the offensive zone and Laine Gartly recorded her third shut out of of the tournament with a 10-0 win.  This win solidified a spot in the finals against Kemptville. At 12:30pm Sunday, Inferno took the ice looking to redeem their game-one loss. The girls fought hard with speed, endurance, good puck control and pressure, never giving up. They managed to score the only goal against Kemptville of the entire tournament but unfortunately it wasn’t enough to take the gold medal. These girls displayed skill, endurance, determination and amazing team play all weekend fully earning their silver medal. Two tournaments, two finals, two silver medals, what a great accomplishment! Great work girls you should be very proud.

 

 

Players of the games:
Game 1: Kelly Verhoeven

Game 2: Zoee Nurse

Game 3: Sadie Bryant

Game 4: Annalise Longworth
Game 5: Jenna Baker


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