After dominating at the Oakville Hornets Fall Classic last month, capturing the divisional title while racking up five straight wins by a net score of 30-0, the local girls have requested a bump up to the Peewee A classification.
The move became obvious in Oakville, as the Lady Wolves opened with an 8-0 whitewash of the Burlington Barracudas.
Taylor Scott, Joelle Dubois, Isabella Becker, Emilie Richer, Grace Keenan and Kaitlyn Falvo all found the back of the net for Sudbury, with Madison Penrose posting her first of three shutouts on the weekend.
The Lady Wolves did not let up at all in Game 2, thumping the Orangeville Tigers 7-0 as Jayden Mulligan joined Richer, Dubois, Falvo and Becker on the scoresheet, while Veronique Hamelin matched the efforts of Penrose between the pipes.
It was a very similar story to close out round-robin play as Sudbury blanked the Guelph Jr. Gryphons with Richer, Dubois, Scott, Falvo and Valerie Honse handling the scoring. Even the playoff matchups could not slow down the northern squad as the Lady Wolves advanced to the championship affair with a 5-0 triumph over the Barracudas.
Danika Godin registered her first goal of the year, with Falvo, Dubois and Scott also chipping in offensively.
Facing a new foe in the finals, the results were all-too-familiar as Sudbury steamrolled the Norfolk Hericanes 4-0 as Dubois, Falvo, Keenan and Scott poured it on for the red-hot Lady Wolves attack.
The 2013-2014 edition of the newly classified Peewee A Lady Wolves includes Haley Selk, Danika Godin, Danielle Pitre, Paige Savard, Jayden Mulligan, Jaiden Duncan, Emilie Richer, Grace Keenan, Allyxa Breton, Taylor Scott, Isabella Becker, Jenna Miller, Kaitlyn Falvo, Valerie Honse, Joelle Dubois and goalkeepers Veronique Hamelin and Madison Penrose.
The team staff features head coach Jay Duncan, assistants Brian Savard, Mark Godin and Jason Scott, trainers Michelle Pitre, Lynne Breton and Chantal Duncan and team manager Dwayne Becker.