U14 ICE HAWKS PROVIDE “MUST SEE” RINGETTE IN MISSISSAUGA, News (Sault Ringette Club)

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U14 ICE HAWKS PROVIDE “MUST SEE” RINGETTE IN MISSISSAUGA
Submitted By Dennis Campbell on Wednesday, December 17, 2014
For the Ice Hawks the first annual Mississauga “Must” tournament got underway with a Friday morning game against a resilient Oshawa team that gave the girls all they could handle in an eventual 4-2 win on markers from Megan Rogozynski, Darienne See, Shelbey Walker and Zoey Campbell with helpers from Isabelle Baril (2), Victoria Young, Kaitlyn Stocks and Shelby Campbell.

Game two on Friday afternoon saw the girls in action against the ladies from Elora Fergus…Victoria Young started the scoring early in the first period on assists from Darienne See and Jenna Vecchio, however  the Edge came back to tie the game heading into the second period at 1-1. The second period got underway and the Sault got off to a quick start on 3 goals no more than 3 minutes apart…Walker, Young and Zoey Campbell sealed the 4-1 win with assists from Rogozynski, Darienne See, Alison Caldwell-Pratt and Mackenzie Wood-Salomon. Alyssa Desgagne shut the door stopping all but one shot in the win.

Saturday morning arrived and the GCRA Devils also undefeated at 2-0 were ready to stall a very good start for the Ice Hawks. Mackenzie Wood-Salomon opened the scoring from Shelby Campbell but the devils were not to be denied and tied the game by the end of the first period. An early goal by Shelbey Walker from Darienne See in the second period provided another lead over the Devils but a quick reply from the other side and another stellar performance from the Ice Hawk net minder and the final result was a hard fought 2-2 tie.

Though this was the best start for the Ice Hawks this year at 2-0-1, two other teams, the Devils of GCRA and the West Ferris 67’s were also tied at the top of the standings with identical 2-0-1 records. It was going to take a remarkable effort form the local ladies in order to see a final on Sunday afternoon, not only was a win required but it would have to be by the maximum allowed margin of 7goals.

The final game of the round robin saw the Ice Hawks take on the New Market Rays and it was the Rays that got off to a quick start scoring before the first period was one minute old. The Sault however was not to be denied on this afternoon and stormed back to score 4 goals before the end of the first period on two markers from Shelby Campbell, one from Shelbey Walker and one from Zoey Campbell and assists from Caldwell-Pratt, Victoria Young, Isabelle Baril, Megan Rogozynski and Kaitlyn Stocks. There was no let up in the second period as Megan Rogozynski opened the scoring on assists from Walker and Zoey Campbell and this was followed up by goals from Darienne See, Victoria Young (2) and Shelbey Walker’s second of the game rounded out the 9-2 final. Assists in the second half went to Avy Bowman (2), Jenna Vecchio and Darienne See.

After the dust had settled and all the points were tallied the Devils of Gloucester and the Ice Hawks of the Sault were set to play in the Sunday final, only narrowly missing the final game was the team from North Bay who lost out by the slimmest of margins. It would again call for a big team effort as the Ice Hawks would be without their leading scorer in the gold medal game.

The final game got underway just after 1:30 on Sunday afternoon and the Devils took the early lead scoring at 9:46 of the opening period, but it would be 3 quick goals from the Sault that would stake the Ice Hawks to a 3-1 lead by the end of the first…Stepping up to answer the bell in the final game was Allison Caldwell-Pratt with back to back goals at the end of the first period and Zoey Campbell’s fourth and fifth of the tournament and the Hawks would not look back. From start to finish the defensive pairings of Avy Bowman, Kayla Simms, Isabelle Baril and Kaitlyn Stocks as well as the goaltending of Alyssa Desgagne for the Sault team would be outstanding as the girls held on to take the gold medal game by a 4-3 final score. Darienne See and Shelby Campbell would add assists in the final period and the first annual Mississauga tournament was in the books as a “MUST” win for the Ice Hawks.

Congratulations should go out to the players and staff of the U14 Sault Ice Hawks and special thanks to the coaching staff for their efforts over the weekend including; Head Coach Bruce Graham, Assistant Coach Debbie Desgagne and bench staff, Marc Baril, Carl Desgagne and Sara Jones.

 

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