Peewee Angels take second place at Oakville tournament

In this supplied photo, the Peewee Angels house team celebrates after taking second place in their division at an Oakville tournament February 24-25, 2018. Pictured are (back row) Chantal Patenaude, Rob Carter, Montana Robinson, Kassia Mallory, Anna-Sophie Nassar, Katy Biemond, Doug Phillips, Juliana Phillips, Mike Doiron, (front row) Sophie Rayner, Emma McEwen, Kimberly Brooks, Braelyn Hunter, Melody Thornhill, Jessica Pryer, Hayley Carter, Petra Heath. Missing are Karissa Laforty and Sarah Davison. (Dianna Martin via Newswatch Group)

OAKVILLE, Ont. – Two teams from the Brockville Girls Hockey Association represented the city during a tournament in Oakville.

The Atom house team went undefeated in the round robin by scores of 7-3, 4-1 and 2-1 and won their semifinal 1-0 against the Flamborough Falcons to advance to the semifinal during the games played the Feb. 24-25 weekend.

However, the Atom team came up short, losing 2-0 to one of the host teams.

The Peewee house team also plowed through their round robin 2-1, 1-0 and 2-1 and then had a shootout against the Leaside Wildcats in the quarterfinal. In the semifinal against the Oakville Hornets, Emma McEwen and Katy Biemond had winning goals for the team.

Down a player with an injury in the final, the Peewee Angels fought hard against the Sudbury Lady Wolves, but fell in overtime to take second place.

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