Lady Warriors' battle over

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The WDHS Warrior Girls' Hockey season has come to an end.

The Ladies' exciting season came to an abrupt stop after their final game on Monday, February 27, the qualifier to decide whether or not they would go on to play in SOSSA, against their rivals, Ancaster. The Waterdown squad fought hard, forcing the game into overtime but were sadly defeated with two minutes left in the O.T. period. The girls summed up their season in first place in their division, with 10 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie, however, they will not move on to the SOSSA championships.

The Warriors will now say goodbye to a few of their graduating veterans as the end of the season has signaled their departure from Waterdown District High School. The team offers its thanks and wishes the best of luck to captain Lindsay Harrison, a strong forward, Alyssa Stanisz, who is a natural play maker and effective forward, forward Carolyn Murray, who has the heart for hockey along with the skill, Carly Winch, who is skillful on defence, and Chelsea Cockshutt, an incredibly talented - and appreciated - goalie.

Though the girls' season has ended, and they have lost some of their beloved veteran players, the Warriors are excited for a new successful year in their 2006/2007 season. They look forward to new additions to the team and continue to be graced with a truly outstanding group of girls.

Filling in the most difficult shoes of Cockshutt, is rookie goalie Brittany Arsenault, who has proven to be a highly talented goal tender. The Warriors will be lucky to have such a positive goalie between the pipes, and there is no one better than Arsenault to fill in for the outstanding style of Cockshutt.

The girls have shown a dominance on the ice that Warrior girls hockey has never seen before. They took home their first division title ever, and played an unbelievable season full of heart. The Warrior Girls are looking forward to next year where they will continue to bring on their fast action hockey with some genuine Warrior spirit.

Christie Culotta plays defence for the WDHS Lady Warriors, and is currently working a co-op term at the Flamborough Review.

Lady Warriors' battle over

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The WDHS Warrior Girls' Hockey season has come to an end.

The Ladies' exciting season came to an abrupt stop after their final game on Monday, February 27, the qualifier to decide whether or not they would go on to play in SOSSA, against their rivals, Ancaster. The Waterdown squad fought hard, forcing the game into overtime but were sadly defeated with two minutes left in the O.T. period. The girls summed up their season in first place in their division, with 10 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie, however, they will not move on to the SOSSA championships.

The Warriors will now say goodbye to a few of their graduating veterans as the end of the season has signaled their departure from Waterdown District High School. The team offers its thanks and wishes the best of luck to captain Lindsay Harrison, a strong forward, Alyssa Stanisz, who is a natural play maker and effective forward, forward Carolyn Murray, who has the heart for hockey along with the skill, Carly Winch, who is skillful on defence, and Chelsea Cockshutt, an incredibly talented - and appreciated - goalie.

Though the girls' season has ended, and they have lost some of their beloved veteran players, the Warriors are excited for a new successful year in their 2006/2007 season. They look forward to new additions to the team and continue to be graced with a truly outstanding group of girls.

Filling in the most difficult shoes of Cockshutt, is rookie goalie Brittany Arsenault, who has proven to be a highly talented goal tender. The Warriors will be lucky to have such a positive goalie between the pipes, and there is no one better than Arsenault to fill in for the outstanding style of Cockshutt.

The girls have shown a dominance on the ice that Warrior girls hockey has never seen before. They took home their first division title ever, and played an unbelievable season full of heart. The Warrior Girls are looking forward to next year where they will continue to bring on their fast action hockey with some genuine Warrior spirit.

Christie Culotta plays defence for the WDHS Lady Warriors, and is currently working a co-op term at the Flamborough Review.

Lady Warriors' battle over

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The WDHS Warrior Girls' Hockey season has come to an end.

The Ladies' exciting season came to an abrupt stop after their final game on Monday, February 27, the qualifier to decide whether or not they would go on to play in SOSSA, against their rivals, Ancaster. The Waterdown squad fought hard, forcing the game into overtime but were sadly defeated with two minutes left in the O.T. period. The girls summed up their season in first place in their division, with 10 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie, however, they will not move on to the SOSSA championships.

The Warriors will now say goodbye to a few of their graduating veterans as the end of the season has signaled their departure from Waterdown District High School. The team offers its thanks and wishes the best of luck to captain Lindsay Harrison, a strong forward, Alyssa Stanisz, who is a natural play maker and effective forward, forward Carolyn Murray, who has the heart for hockey along with the skill, Carly Winch, who is skillful on defence, and Chelsea Cockshutt, an incredibly talented - and appreciated - goalie.

Though the girls' season has ended, and they have lost some of their beloved veteran players, the Warriors are excited for a new successful year in their 2006/2007 season. They look forward to new additions to the team and continue to be graced with a truly outstanding group of girls.

Filling in the most difficult shoes of Cockshutt, is rookie goalie Brittany Arsenault, who has proven to be a highly talented goal tender. The Warriors will be lucky to have such a positive goalie between the pipes, and there is no one better than Arsenault to fill in for the outstanding style of Cockshutt.

The girls have shown a dominance on the ice that Warrior girls hockey has never seen before. They took home their first division title ever, and played an unbelievable season full of heart. The Warrior Girls are looking forward to next year where they will continue to bring on their fast action hockey with some genuine Warrior spirit.

Christie Culotta plays defence for the WDHS Lady Warriors, and is currently working a co-op term at the Flamborough Review.