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Submitted By Vonnie Crawford on Friday, April 7, 2017
PeeWee Girls WIN BRONZE 

The Chatsworth Legion Branch 464 PeeWee B and the Country Charm Mennonite Furniture Bantam C Girls are participating in the OWHA Provincial Championship Tournament this weekend in the GTA.

With all roads leading to the Greater Toronto Area for the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association Provincial Championships this weekend April 6-9, 2017, we are proud to say the REBELS are being represented with our PeeWee B and Bantam C representing our association and Region V.  Media_Release_3.jpg

It was 4 -WINS for the Rebels with both teams winning both their games.  

The PeeWee B started the day bright and early with a 8:00 am match up with Durham West and dominated the game from the 1st minute of play with a 8-1 victory.  Second game of the day against the North Halton Twisters ended in a 4-0 win.   Tied in their pool with Lindsay Lynx with 4 points tomorrow morning's game against the Lynx will determine who finishes 1st in the pool.    

The Bantam C didn't have to start as early but still got the job done with 2 wins    First game @ 11:45 was a 3-0 win over Lambton Lancers and then they finished the 1st day of play with a 3-2 win over Clarence Rockland Lighting.  The standings in the Bantam C pool A looks much the same as PeeWee with the Rebels tied for 1st with the Bancroft Jets who they will face off against tomorrow at 3:00pm  

BIG games tomorrow but nothing our Lady Rebels can't handle.  Good Luck girls, we're all cheering from the GCA (Greater Chatsworth Area)


Day2 starts with a WIN for the Peewee B, with a 5-2 victory over the Lindsay Lynx to secure 1st place in Round Robin Play in the 24 team division, moving on to the quarter finals with 5:30 game facing off with the Lindsay Lynx once again.  Lindsay Lynx put the REBELS to the test and we WON again 5-4 to advance to Semi-Finals on Sunday @ 8:15am 

BIG WIN for our Bantam Girls this afternoon 8-0 over the Bancroft Jets to secure a 1st place finish in the pool.  Quarter final matchup tonight at 7:30 vs the Sault Ste Marie Wildcats.   REBELS vs WILDCATS,  I'll put my bet on the REBELS.    After a lengthy delay with the game before taking 8 periods to determine a winner the Bantam "C" hit the ice, they left everything on the ice and battled hard but were eliminated from further play with a 1-0 loss to the Wildcats.   BE PROUD OF YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS girls  3 straight wins at Provincials a WOAA Championship, but most important memories and friendships that will last a life time.


Making it to OWHA provincial tournament is an accomplishment in itself, that everyone should be very proud off,
getting into the elimination round and semi's is a huge accomplishment.  The PeeWee Girls played the Nepean Wildcats this morning in the semi final, and another Wildcat has defeated our REBELS 5-2.  (Do you see a pattern here REBELS vs Wildcats......)   Good Luck in the Bronze medal game vs Mitchell Meteors,  NO more Wildcats

With 2 previous matchups between the REBELS and Meteors ending in a tie, we knew this would be an exiciting game, the cheering from the GCA was strong with text messages keeping the community updated and the Girls made no mistake and finished the season with a 2-0 WIN and OWHA PROVINCIAL BRONZE.  Congratulations girls, bench staff and dedicated parents on a great season.     

REST UP the 2017-2018 hockey starts tomorrow.

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