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Legionettes going for gold

Front row: Amanda Ostrander; Second row: Allison Leavitt, Beth Hoekstra, D'alice Semark, Cassie Bush; Back row: Manager George Cassells, Coach Tim Jones, Cailey Jones, Kristi Ostrander, Shelby Jones, Michelle Hoekstra, Kelsey Ubdegrove, Chelsie Wood, Brittany Snider, Melissa Corbin, Assistant Coach Danny Symons, Kassidie Wood, Meg Csanyi and Trainer Kerri Lee Gorsline.

The Picton Legionettes Girls Hockey Team is gearing up for the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League Championship this weekend.
The Legionettes ended their regular season tied in first place with a record of 10 wins, 4 losses and 8 ties which earned them a bye to the second round of play-offs against Stonemills. They tied all three games, forcing overtime and then winning in a shoot-out. The girls then moved on to play the Percy Bulldogs, defeating them two straight (3-1) and (2-0). Next they are headed to Oshawa on April 3 for the Regional Play-Off weekend where they will play for the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League Championship (GOLD).
The girls thank their Team Sponsor – Royal Canadian Legion Branch #78, Picton and Jersey Sponsors – Mark’s Heating and Cooling, The Woodcrafters, DMD Services, Town & Country Video, Pat Guernsey Insurance, A1 Excavating, Long Reach Towels, Cole Plumbing, Prinzen Ford, Mark’s Custom Collision, Trumpours Mill, Arbourview Construction, Team Remax Wellington, Power Concrete, Home Hardware Building Centre. They also thank the community and the Picton Pirates for their support with fundraising throughout the season.

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