WDLHL A champs
KC’s Lawn Maintenance took the A championship in the Winchester and District Ladies’ Hockey League on Sun., March 8, over the Main St. Clothing Company. The champions are, front from left, Jessica Legue, Vicki Van Hoof, Kristie Wade, Brina Whitley, Eleanor Robinson and Roxanne Backes. Back from left, Cheryl Armstrong (sponsor), Jackie Boulanger (coach), Ashley Middleton, Alyson Sample, Stephanie Casselman, Heather Erwin, Kaila Beckstead, Laurena Matthies, Grace Mellano, Jane Foster, and Don Van Hoof (coach). Moore photo
WINCHESTER—The Winchester and District Ladies’ Hockey League culminated this past Sunday with the Main St. Clothing Company (Blue) facing off against KC’s Lawn Maintenance (Green) in the A championship.
The Main St. Clothing Company finished the regular season in first place with 25 points followed by KC’s Lawn Maintenance with 23, WS Trucking with 22, Foodland with 15, Bridals by Al-Mor with 13 and Summers Physio with four. It came down to the top two teams squaring off in the A final.
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Blue and Green tied with three points in the round robin portion of the playoffs and faced off against each other on Sun., March 8, for the WDLHL A championship. Blue opened the scoring at 9:10 of the first period taking a 1-0 lead but Green knotted the affair at 12:04. The teams took a one-all draw into the second period.
Green took their first lead of the game at 3:27 of the second period and took a two-goal lead at 14:50. Green hung on for 3-1 victory taking the 2020 championship.
Scoring the goals for Green were Vicki Van Hoof, Ashley Middleton and Kaila Beckstead. Picking up the helpers were Roxanne Baches and Jessica Legue. Picking up the win in Green’s goal was Kristie Wade and suffering the loss in Blue’s goal was Dana Dore. Scoring the lone goal for Blue was Casey Dore.
In the B final Foodland took on Summers Physio. Foodland scored four goals in the first period and another four in the second period which Summers Physio only had one answer. Foodland took the game 8-1 claiming the B championship.
Scoring for Foodland were, Michaela Morrow with three goals, Melissa Young with two and Amanda Rylaarsdam, Leah Wells and Ashley Gilmer added singles. Picking up the helpers were Kristyn Winges with three, Young and Wells with two each, and Lynne Lambourne and Kelly Holmes with singles.
Scoring for Summers Physio was Amy Fraser and helping out was Jennifer Wilson. Picking up the win in Foodland’s goal was Melissa Blanchet and suffering the loss for Summers Physio was Kelly Forrester.