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Kanata final is kind to U15 C Lady Wolves
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After scoring five goals in their first four games at the 39th Annual Kanata Girls Hockey Tournament last weekend, the Sudbury U15 C Lady Wolves could not have picked a better time to explode, offensively speaking.

The locals nearly equalled their tournament input in the final, blasting the Kanata Rangers 4-1 to win gold, completing a playoff run that included a measure of revenge for their only loss of the weekend.

Jordyn Hampel and Charmaine Webkamigad netted two goals apiece in the championship affair, the latter putting a bow on the victory with an empty-net marker and sending the visitors to the capital region on the road with plenty of reason to celebrate.

The U15 C Lady Wolves opened competition with a 1-1 tie with the Gloucester Cumberland Stars, capping Friday off in style with a 1-0 win over Kanata as netminder Mia Moreau recorded the shutout.

The northern gals would wrap up round robin play with a record of 1-1-1, clipped 3-1 by the Nepean Wildcats but turning the tables on the Ottawa-based crew with a 2-1 semi-final win Saturday night.

Joining Moreau, Hampel and Webkamigad on the 2022-2023 team roster are Lady Wolves Kassi Reasbeck, Marin Wilson, Ava Herbert, Chloe Ball, Naomi Gobeil, Nevaeh Koostachin, Serena Harris, Leah Windover, Alexandra Lawrence and Aaliyah Osawamick.

The Sudbury girls are coached by Ryan Lawrence, with help from assistant coaches Mike Reasbeck and Darren Wilson, trainer Lisa Desgagne, assistant trainers Reem Fattouh and Sylvain Moreau, as well as team manager Tracy Windover.

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