Online Banquet - Day Four, News (West Oxford Inferno Girls Hockey)

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Online Banquet - Day Four
Submitted By Kerry Garton on Thursday, April 30, 2020
PeeWee C

The West Oxford Inferno “The Olde Bakery Café/ERTH Corporation” Peewee C team completed their season with a 9-29-8 record.  At first glance, 29 losses does not sound great, however the team was tied for second at the end of our regular season and played some very competitive games.  Despite our record, the success of our season was measured by much more than our wins and losses.

Our players made new friendships, improved as individual players, shared lots of laughs and a few tears, and most importantly had a lot of fun.

Thank you to the players #2 Brianna Vandersar, #3 Isabeau Schmitt, #7 Gianna Knott, #10 Autumnly Innes, #11 Emma Robinson, #12 Ella Perry, #14 Addision St-Maurice, #15 Landen Johnston, #16 Olivia Pacheco, #17 Martina Baker, #18 Easton Manfini, #19 Jayde Johnston, #20 Jade-Ivory Phoenix and last but not least (drum roll please…) #31 Jolene Allair.

I enjoyed the privilege of coaching the Peewee C team. We would not have achieved our success without the contributions from our Assistant Coaches Kelly RatcliffeDave Vandersar, and Jason Allair, our Managers Olivier St Maurice and Alanna InnesTrainer Chadrick Knott, and on-ice helpers Rich and Bryan.  Thank you all.

Thank you to the West Oxford Executive and our Sponsors The Olde Bakery Café/ERTH Corporation for their help providing the opportunity to play hockey in our community. 

Special Thanks to our parents for their support, time, and dedication.

I hope that our players will have lasting memories from the dressing room, earning the Super Girl cape after a great game, the parent vs players game, a game of duck-duck-goose in the second period during an injury timeout, cheering loud, and getting pumped up pregame with the Juicy Wiggle.

 

Most Dedicated – Jolene Allair - as our only full time goaltender there is a lot of pressure on an individual to make every game and practice, there are no days off, and Jo was always there for her teammates.

Most Improved - Jade-Ivory Phoenix - In her second season playing hockey for this multi-sport athlete, she has continued to improve and works extremely hard giving her best effort every time on the ice.  Keep going Girl! 

Most Sportsmanlike – Isabeau Schmitt - Issy is a reliable player with the ability to fill in wherever needed. As our utility player, she played as a forward mostly, some D, and usually on the right side as a left-handed shot.  Not likely her first choices, but when Coaches asked, she accepted her role, never complained, and always played her heart out. 

Coach Murray
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