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Peewee Lady Wolves claim Walter Gretzky tourney in Brantford

By: Randy Pascal – Playback

 | Mar 04, 2014 - 4:16 PM |
A four-game winning streak was all that was needed for the Sudbury Peewee B Lady Wolves to capture gold, participating at the 33rd annual Walter Gretzky Tournament in Brantford last month.

The locals rode the hot hand of Jayde Hurley to victory in the opener as the young sniper tallied twice, lifting Sudbury past St Mary's 2-1. Hurley added two more goals to her stat line in Game 2, but was joined on the scoresheet by Megan Parent and Joelle Gagnon as the Lady Wolves doubled the Guelph Jr. Gryphons 4-2.

The locals booked their spot in the championship affair with a 2-0 win over the Sarnia Lady Sting as Katie Chomiak and Janelle Brunette tallied for Sudbury.

Back against St. Mary's in the final, the Lady Wolves produced a near identical effort, recording a 2-1 win as Hurley, once again, accounted for all of the Sudbury scoring.

The 2013-2014 edition of the Peewee B Lady Wolves includes Mackenzie Gauvreau, Hailey Sprack, Janelle Brunette, Fiona Symington, Karley Hull, Rose Quevillon, Vanessa McKinnon, Mackenzie Tardif, Gabrielle Frappier, Bradie Roy, Jayde Hurley, Katie Chomiak, Megan Parent, Joelle Gagnon, Kendra MacMillan, Melanie Bell and Hanna Smith.

The team staff features head coach André Brunette, assistants Shawn Frappier, Derek McKinnon and Mike Brunette, team manager Michelle Parent and trainer Kelly Graff.

The Sudbury Peewee B Lady Wolves are currently busy with OWHA playdowns, having tied their series opener 1-1 Sunday in North Bay. A time and date for Game 2 have yet to be confirmed.

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