Washington Wild 10U and 8U Girls’ Teams make history

Tuesday, October 11, 2016


On Friday, September 9, the first-ever, full-time 10U and 8U all-girl hockey Washington Wild teams from the Western Washington Female Hockey Association (WWFHA) took to the ice for their first practice of 2016 at Highland Ice Arena in Shoreline – a first for Washington State.

On Saturday, October 1 the Washington Wild 10U team played their first-ever game at Highland at 1:45pm, defeating a boys’ team from SnoKing Amateur Hockey Association (SKAHA) 8-2.

The following weekend on Saturday, October 8 at Highland the Washington Wild 8U team played their first-ever game at 4:15pm against Kent Valley Youth Hockey Association.


10U team and coaches
Photo courtesy Washington Wild
 
For the 10U game, the first goal was scored by Jaina Goscinski, a lone goal in the first period. A few other notable were: Claudia Cerenzia earned a hat-trick with three goals in the second period, back-to-back-to-back, and Alice Einhorn who scored two goals in the third period. Other goal scorers were Annie Johnson (3rd period) and Grace Eske (3rd period) -- her first goal in her hockey career. Ella Kowalczyk served as a goalie and turned away seven shots. The Washington Wild peppered the SKAHA goalie with 34 shots on net.

The roster included: Ella Kowalczyk, Jaina Goscinski, Alice Einhorn, Claudia Cerenzia, Gianna Canos, Annie Johnson, Sydney Hermanson, Josephine Charette, Paige Nottingham, Grace Eske, Natalie Stein-Trujillo, Mackenzie Demoors (Missing: Brooklyn O'Brien, Kennedy Jensen, Dakota Orminston, Darby Marshall, Madeline Kimball, Brielle Paquet). The coaching staff included head coach Jason Goscinski and assistant coaches Kelly Goscinski, Kevin Charette, and Rich Demoors. Bethany Nottingham and Suzzane Billaunt served as managers for the team.

8U Players
Photo courtesy Washington Wild

For the 8U game, while score is not kept, for historic reasons, we note that Avery McCormick and Allie Martinez scored goals and Rhylee Tiefel served as goalie (her first time!). Several players were experiencing their first game ever. Head Coach Anne Marie Dion worked with the team off-ice, while assistant coach William Lee was the on-ice official for both teams. Brian Sutton served at team manager. Included in the game roster were: Chloe Sutton, Avery McCormick, Allie Martinez, Emma Martinez, Charlotte Lee, Katelyn Fulhaber, Amelia Coyle, Audrey Spencer, Rhylee Teifel, Zoe Smith, Makinley Poirot, and Gabriella Moore (Missing: Penelope Brown, Sara Fuller, Ashleigh Howe, Jane Patton, and Lillian Thomas)

Any female age 4-9 years old interested in learning to skate and play the sport of ice hockey may join the Washington Wild girl's beginner class, or attend the November 12 Girls’ Try Hockey for Free event at Highland Ice Arena on Aurora in Shoreline. More information here.



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