|PCA1 took the long road at provincials and played 7 games including the final 5 which were must win elimination games and they battled the whole way through to capture PeeWee A gold at Provincials.
All 17 girls were integral to the success of the team throughout the season and at Provincials. The girls motto all weekend was ….
|A huge congratulations to Nepean Wildcats PCC on their well-deserved Bronze Medal win at Provincials.
The team worked hard throughout the season. They faced strong competition at provincials. After a close semi-final game that went into three overtimes, they came back hard in the bronze game to prove they’re among the top in the province.
Congratulations to Abbey T, Abby B, Ally, Amelia, Ava, Charlie, Elly, Grace T, Gracie W, Izzy, Kate, Kristen, Maya, Melinda, Mimi, Rachel and Shyla as well as coaches Will Mayda, Rod Tulk and Jeff Wingate and all the amazing parents who dedicated themselves to this team with their encouragement and volunteer effort.
What a great end to an excellent year!
Congratulations to the Nepean Wildcats PCC team for their gold medal win this weekend. They played a great tournament, winning every game leading up to finals and only let in one goal through five games. They worked hard as a team throughout the tournament and truly deserve their hard-earned gold medals!
Congratulations Elly, Amelia, Mimi, Abbey T, Kristen, Charlie, Melinda, Ava, Ally, Shyla, Izzy, Kate, Maya, Grace T, Abby B, goalies Rachel and Gracie as well as coaches William Mayda, Rod Tulk, Jeff Wingate and staff
|PH8 earned gold at the Brockville February Freeze hockey tournament February1 to 3.
They needed double overtime and a shoot-out in the semifinals to go to the finals. In the finals the girls defeated Cornwall 2-1 to earn the peewee house tournament championship.
The coaching staff of PH8 would like to congratulate the girls on their great team effort in the tournament: Alexis, Kathleen, Anika, Emily, Kylie, Toryn, Rosalie, Jasleen, Sequoia, Mina, Jordan, Annabelle, Emma and Amy.
Congratulations to the PH8 “Polar Bears” for earning silver in the Gloucester Kickin’ Ice Tournament November 30-December 2, 2018. The girls were in first place after the round robin games and had an amazing come-from-behind win in the semifinals, scoring 3 goals in the final 5 minutes of the game to play in the finals against Nepean PH7. Congratulations to: Alexis, Jasleen, Annabelle, Kathleen, Anika, Emily, Amy, Mina, Toryn, Emma, Rosalie, Sequoia, Kylie and Jordan. A big thank you to the PH8 staff: Jason, Greg, Jeff, Nathalie, Jen S and Jen C.
Congratulations to the Nepean Wildcats PCC team for their hard-earned silver medal win this weekend. They fought hard throughout the tournament, winning every game leading up to finals against tough competition. They only let in one goal through five games and showed their opponents their strength as a great passing team. They proved once again that they are the team to beat this season!
Congratulations Elly, Amelia, Mimi, Abbey T, Kristen, Charlie, Melinda, Ava, Ally, Shyla, Izzy, Kate, Maya, Grace T, Abby B, goalies Rachel and Gracie as well as coaches William Mayda, Rod Tulk and Jeff Wingate and staff
The girls from PCA1 continued to work hard and put their team first as they captured their 3rd straight tournament gold medal in Rochester Nov 2-4th. Congrats to all the girls.
Congratulations to PH8 “Polar Bears” for winning the North Bay Ice Boltz tournament on November 4, 2018. The girls went 5-0, scoring 21 goals and only allowing 4 against. They played an amazing team game, winning 3-1 against Huntsville in the finals. Congratulations to the players: Alexis, Rosalie, Kathleen, Kylie, Emily, Sequoia, Jasleen, Jordan, Mina, Toryn, Anika, Amy, Annabelle and Emma. The team staff are: Jason Ross, Greg Morin, Jeff Sweet, Nathalie Raymond, Jennifer Culligan and Jennifer Steeves.
Congrats to PCA1 as the girls brought home gold from the Cornwall PeeWee A tournament. #Together
PCA1 Captures Gold in Oakville
Congrats to the girls on PeeWee A1 who went undefeated this past weekend at the Oakville tournament and captured gold.
Wildcat nation was loud and proud!