First-place Waterdown Lady Warriors heading into playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lady Warriors defeated Ancaster 2-0 and Parkside 4-1 in back to back games to capture first place overall in the Division I HWIAC Hockey.

It was the first time in their history they had won a division title. They finished with 10 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie for 21 points.

In the first game against the other undefeated team, Ancaster, both teams played tight defensive hockey until the third period when Rhonnie Cockshutt scored on a rebound, assisted by Carly Winch to take a 1-0 lead.

Tonja MacRae scored with less than a minute to play, also on a rebound to round out the scoring to 2-0, assists coming to Cockshutt and Lindsay Harrison.

Against Parkside, the Warriors were led by the line of Harrison, Winch and Carolyn Murray.

Winch had two goals, Harrison had one goal and three assists and Murray, two assists. The other Warrior goal was scored by Alysha Goencz with another assist to Brooklyn Winch.

The Warriors ended off the year with a 4-0 win over Orchard Park.

MacRae scored twice, with Lindsay Harrison and Kelly Harrison scoring the other goals. Chelsea Cockshutt collected her fifth shutout of the season in the win.

Next up is the HWIAC City Championships with a semi-final game versus Parkside. The game will be held locally, and all residents are encouraged to come out and support the team. The game will be held at North Wentworth Arena, Wednesday, March 1, at 3 p.m.

First-place Waterdown Lady Warriors heading into playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lady Warriors defeated Ancaster 2-0 and Parkside 4-1 in back to back games to capture first place overall in the Division I HWIAC Hockey.

It was the first time in their history they had won a division title. They finished with 10 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie for 21 points.

In the first game against the other undefeated team, Ancaster, both teams played tight defensive hockey until the third period when Rhonnie Cockshutt scored on a rebound, assisted by Carly Winch to take a 1-0 lead.

Tonja MacRae scored with less than a minute to play, also on a rebound to round out the scoring to 2-0, assists coming to Cockshutt and Lindsay Harrison.

Against Parkside, the Warriors were led by the line of Harrison, Winch and Carolyn Murray.

Winch had two goals, Harrison had one goal and three assists and Murray, two assists. The other Warrior goal was scored by Alysha Goencz with another assist to Brooklyn Winch.

The Warriors ended off the year with a 4-0 win over Orchard Park.

MacRae scored twice, with Lindsay Harrison and Kelly Harrison scoring the other goals. Chelsea Cockshutt collected her fifth shutout of the season in the win.

Next up is the HWIAC City Championships with a semi-final game versus Parkside. The game will be held locally, and all residents are encouraged to come out and support the team. The game will be held at North Wentworth Arena, Wednesday, March 1, at 3 p.m.

First-place Waterdown Lady Warriors heading into playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lady Warriors defeated Ancaster 2-0 and Parkside 4-1 in back to back games to capture first place overall in the Division I HWIAC Hockey.

It was the first time in their history they had won a division title. They finished with 10 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie for 21 points.

In the first game against the other undefeated team, Ancaster, both teams played tight defensive hockey until the third period when Rhonnie Cockshutt scored on a rebound, assisted by Carly Winch to take a 1-0 lead.

Tonja MacRae scored with less than a minute to play, also on a rebound to round out the scoring to 2-0, assists coming to Cockshutt and Lindsay Harrison.

Against Parkside, the Warriors were led by the line of Harrison, Winch and Carolyn Murray.

Winch had two goals, Harrison had one goal and three assists and Murray, two assists. The other Warrior goal was scored by Alysha Goencz with another assist to Brooklyn Winch.

The Warriors ended off the year with a 4-0 win over Orchard Park.

MacRae scored twice, with Lindsay Harrison and Kelly Harrison scoring the other goals. Chelsea Cockshutt collected her fifth shutout of the season in the win.

Next up is the HWIAC City Championships with a semi-final game versus Parkside. The game will be held locally, and all residents are encouraged to come out and support the team. The game will be held at North Wentworth Arena, Wednesday, March 1, at 3 p.m.