Washington Wild 14U Rep AA earn Gold while 10U take Silver in Surrey Superheart Tournament

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Champions 2017
Photo courtesy Washington Wild

The Western Washington Female Hockey Association’s Washington Wild 14U Rep AA team defended their Surrey Superheart Championship title from last year, and earned their second tournament championship title this season.

In pool play during the Surrey, B.C. female tournament, the Washington Wild beat Canadian teams Tri Cities (6-1), Langley (4-0), Surrey (2-1) and tied Kelowna (1-1). They met Surrey again in the championship final game and sent the Falcons home (3–1).

The team is now undefeated in two consecutive tournaments, and will finish the regular league playoff series in the female Canadian League (PCAHA), while they plan to travel to Anaheim, California the first weekend of March for the USA Hockey Pacific District Championship Tournament.

The goal is to win the title in order to secure a trip to the USA Hockey National Championship Tournament in Michigan in April for the first time in the team’s two-year history.

Silver Medal 2017 10U
Photo courtesy Washington Wild


Meanwhile the 10U Washington Wild team notched an astounding 28 goals in the same tournament and brought home their second tournament silver in their first season as a full time Washington Wild team.

Note the huge improvement in scores in the two games against Penticton. The 10U beat Surrey (6-0), Richmond (14-2), then lost to Penticton, the eventual tournament winners (7-0), beat Langley (7-1) and lost to Penticton in the championship game to take the Silver Medal (1-3).

The team now continues their season in the local league against boys’ team, and then prepares for the final tournament of the year at the end of March in Richmond, B.C.



1 comments:

Anonymous,  February 9, 2017 at 12:22 PM  

Mighty impressive when a team from Washington beats the Canadians at their own sport!!

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