2005 Beantown Recap "27 Players from 11 organizations go 12-2-3"

When March comes around you don't typically start your hockey season, but this year the U12 Lady Eagle tournament team started soaring the first weekend in March and just finished up a couple weeks ago. This was not a full time team but a group of talented young ladies that when the opportunity and schedule matched up met in Raleigh, Tampa, Maryland and Boston to grab 2 1st's and 2 3rd's on a 17 game season.  There were goals scored, assists made, shots saved and many defensive plays that don't go on the score sheet. Every player contributed, grew and helped the "Ladies in Camo" show their quality everywhere they went.

 Beantown "2005" Team

Beantown "2005" Team

 Ponytail U12 Team

Ponytail U12 Team

The team manager said it best last week in a quick Facebook post.

Season recap for the U12 Lady Eagles Tournament Team, “the girls in Camo”. 4 tournaments and 2 exhibitions. 2 third places and 2 first places. Final record 12-2-3 with 79 goals scored and 17 against. 27 total girls who played at dome point with us, of those we also played against 5 of them at some point during the time. We came together after the regular season ended and traveled from Boston to Tampa to DC. We had girls from 11 different organizations come together representing Tampa, Charlotte, Raleigh, Greenville, High Point, Elizabeth City, Chesapeake/Hampton VA, DC area, Boston. What a great job by Dave Reaugh putting it all together and by Coach Greg who did an awesome job herding this group of young ladies. Great job by all. The Eagles wish all of the players best wishes as they prepare to start a new season with their new teams and some to new organizations. Many new friends were made. We will have have opportunities this upcoming year to battle on the ice and to laugh and hang out off the ice.
— Jerry Radford
 Sunshine Showcase "Elite 8 +1"

Sunshine Showcase "Elite 8 +1"

 2018 State Games

2018 State Games

2018 Beantown Classic


The Final event of the season was the well know Beantown Classic. Most of the time we go to tournaments that push hard just to get 4 teams in a division. In Boston there were 21 2005 teams on the ice. The Ladies were in the AA pool which had 7 teams in it. The format was a 4 game round robin and the top four teams move on to the playoffs. 

Game 1 vs The Hockey Training Institute of Ontario

The ladies had some productive practices the day before, but you could tell they were a bit nervous that the first team of the round robin was a Canadian team that had been at camp all summer and this was the final event. The next surprise was that the games were 2 23 minute halves and not 3 15's like they were used to. The game started with lots of back and forth but a new comer this year Rae scores her first goal as an Eagle at 11:22 in the first with a sweet top shelf from the circle. The "05's" stayed disciplined and the goalie Astrid played like a Jedi Knight to keep the game scoreless. Taylor gave some cushion with 4:29 left in the game putting the team up 2-0. HTI seemed to kick it into high gear and finally took away the shutout with 1 minute left in the game. This was a great win for the ladies to start the tournament. All wins are good but the first game of any tournament is always a welcome one.

 End of Game 1 vs HTI (sorry still trying to get the video figured out)

End of Game 1 vs HTI (sorry still trying to get the video figured out)

Game 2 vs the Shoreline Sharks

Game 2 came a few hours later and started off with pucks and players trying to get near the nets, but good defense by both teams allowed very few shots until the sharks got one in off a faceoff to make it 1 to 0 sharks 8 minutes into the game. The game again settled into defensive action till the end of the 1st. The second period the ladies pressed with their offense with a goal by Hannah 1:33 into the period and she followed that up with a 2nd goal 3 minutes later that just crossed the line before the goalie could cover it. The Eagles kept pressing and the "Howitzers" on D #72 and #74 started taking turns launching at the net. With 12 minutes left in the game the team takes a 2 goal lead for the final score being 3-1. Looking at the game sheet the ladies took 3 penalties in the game. They were a hook, interference and it actually says "too many women" The "women" head into day 2 with 2 wins looking for #3.

Game 3 vs The Springfield Falcons

Saturday started off with a game verse a local Springfield team at a new rink the Navin arena. The team had decided the night before that Gabby our second and much younger(2007) goalie was going to get the nod. She had just attended the Korn Camp in Niagra for the week and was looking to put those skills to use on the ice. You could tell with the start the team wanted the 3rd win, not only for Gabby but for themselves. The first goal of the game came from Springfield and then it was nothing but #LadyEagleSoars from then on. The tie goal came from Leah and the Cera followed 30 seconds later with a penalty shot when the puck got covered in the crease. Tara and Hannah put two more in to keep the team undefeated.

Game 4 vs The CT. Northern Lights

Going into game 4 there were 3 undefeated teams in the pool, two of them were meeting on the ice. and neither of them wanted a loss. Based on the standings at the time a 3-1 team could be sitting out of the playoffs. This game was a tough as it gets, The ladies kept shooting and shooting but nothing was going in. The lights lit the lamp first and the ladies had to tie it up. Leah takes a great feed from Cera and bangs it in the net. The teams continue to go back and forth even tossing some opponents sticks in the air, but the Lights take the lead again late into the 2nd period. #74 Laura shoots from the circle and again the ladies tie it up. The game end in a 2-2 tie but both teams pushed to the end. The tie meant both the Northern Lights and the Lady Eagles make the playoffs. 

Game 5 vs Hockey Training Institute of Ontario (Rematch)

Getting to play on Sunday in large tournaments is always a treat. There are no consolation games at Beantown. This game was a rematch of game 1 and you could tell HTI did not want to go home yet, but guess what neither did the Eagles. Both teams knew the next game would be against the undefeated Copper City team that had not even let a team score on them yet in two days. One new twist was the games on Sunday were 2 15's instead of 23 minute periods. The game was quite even, but very physical our ladies fought in every corner, circle crease and line on the ice. The first period went and most of the second before HTI converted on a power play to take the lead. With 2:53 left in the game Erin ties it up with some hard work through the middle of the ice. HTI fires back 30 seconds later to take the lead. The goalie gets pulled and the ladies pepper the HTI goalie but nothing goes in. The game and tournament ends for the team taking 3rd overall with a record of 3-1-1. 

We want to personally thank all of the players, parents and staff that made this team possible. We wish everyone the best of luck with the new season and their new teams. We are looking forward to another magical spring/summer season in 2019.


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Game 1 vs HTI

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Game 2 vs Shoreline

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Game 4 vs Northern Lights

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More Lady Eagle News

The Lady Eagles "2005" Team Heads to The Beantown Women's Classic


The Lady Eagles 2005 team heads to Marlborough Massachusetts this week to compete as one of twenty 2005 teams in the annual Beantown Women's Classic. This team is made up of players from multiple organizations in the south. We have Eagles, Lady Eagles, Rush, Team Carolina, Whalers, and Jr. Canes all coming together to represent the growth and competitiveness of girls hockey in the south. Please welcome as we introduce these players.

The first 4 teams on the list are HTI2005, Shoreline, Springfield, and the Northern Lights. Please follow us on Social Media for game updates.  Safe Travels and Good Luck. #LadyEaglesSoar

The Lady Eagles Announce U8 and U10 Tournament teams for the 2018-2019 Season.

The Lady Eagles Announce U8 and U10 Tournament teams for the 2018-2019 Season.

The Lady Eagles Program is excited to announce U8 tournament teams for the 2018-2019 Season. These teams will take part in one tournament this season while the players develop on their full time coed youth teams. We will be taking 2 mite and one squirt team to the "Mite Beach Blast" in Ocean City Maryland Feb 8th-10th 2019. Each team is made up of 9 players and a goalie.

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We also still have spots on our U10 Tournament team for the upcoming season. The team will participate in two events. The EJEPL showcase Dec 14-16th and the Ponytail March 15-18th 

Hey U10 Players 

These goalies want you in front of them. They can score and get a shootout but want to spread the stats around.

U10 Program

10-12 Games 2 Tournaments and tons of fun!!!!!

 The Lady Eagle Development Model Follows the  Womens Sports Foundations  recommendations on participation in coed sports.

The Lady Eagle Development Model Follows the Womens Sports Foundations recommendations on participation in coed sports.

The Ladies Host All Girl Clinics in Wilmington and Atlanta.


The Lady Eagles Coaches and Players split up and headed to two growing girls hockey cities on June 24th. Our U16 Elite prospects coach Stacey Livingston hit the Marietta Ice Center and Coach Darer and Prazych headed to the Wilmington ice house. The goal is to make sure girls know about opportunities with all girl hockey teams in the south. We hope these areas field their own teams in the southern division of the EJEPL women's league in the near future. Over 40 players were on the ice that day from U8 to U19 and all look forward to opportunities to play in the future. 

 Thats almost an original 4 set of sweaters out there!!!

Thats almost an original 4 set of sweaters out there!!!

The Next All girls Clinic will be held in Raleigh NC at the Factory on Aug 18th. We hope to continue to #Growthegame

The Lady Eagles Take 2 Golds in the 2018 PowerAde State Games


The Lady Eagles placed a team in each of the girls divisions in the youth 2018 Powerade state games. The camo (supporting SOWF), black and silver faced our local rivals the Jr. Canes in their home red jerseys. This would be a best of three games to win the gold medal. 

First up was the 12's as a first for the Carolina Eagles in the 2017-2018 season making it also a first for state games. Game 1 was a learning period for both teams as you could tell they were learning to play together again. 


The 12's spread things out and worked as a team to take all three games for the gold medal. For some of these ladies it would be the last time playing together as they will split to U14 and U12 for the 2018-2019 season.


The 19's played after every U12 game and the games were much closer. All of the 3 U19 games had to be played to decide the winner and each games score was 2-1. The Jr. Canes took game one scoring two goals in the first period. After that the next 8 periods were hard working end to end action. The Ladies took game 2 and 3 scoring the winning goals in the last 30 seconds of each game. The 2018 gold went to the Lady Eagles. 


U19 Highlights

U12 Highlights

The Lady Eagles Take Both Divisions in the Sunshine Showcase

Ellenton, Fl May 20th 2018-

 Lady Eagles U19 Team

Lady Eagles U19 Team

 Lady Eagles U12 Team "Elite 8 +"

Lady Eagles U12 Team "Elite 8 +"

22 Players from 4 different states branded the Lady Eagles jerseys and got themselves to Florida for the weekend. Some making the long drive and some (especially our friends from Boston) took planes to the Sunshine state. Sadly the only sunshine this weekend was the faces of our players on ice.


The ladies played in two divisions verses the Atlanta Lady Thrashers, Crunch and the Fort Myers Red Queens. The first team up at 7:45am on Saturday was the U19's vs the the Tampa Bay Crunch. As the girls were getting to know each other they lost the game 4-1 the loan goal scored by #97 Cassie Voderbrug. Refreshing and bouncing back for Atlanta got our goalie Grayson a lopsided shutout. Next up was a rematch vs Tampa. The game was very even with both goalies making some amazing saves. The tie was broken by a move by #31 Shelby Reaugh to make it 1-0. This was followed by an empty netter by #4 Avery DiPasquale from the red line. Another win in the morning and the tournament was the Eagles. Thank you to our new friends from Boston and Tampa for joining us for the weekend. We hope to see you at the rink soon.

The 12's came to Tampa with a core group of this seasons Lady Eagles plus some lady Rush and a 5' 9" sister from Boston. This group was deemed the Elite 8+ and was a bit nervous to start. They showed great support of the 19's by watching their early morning game. Well actually there was a scheduling snafu and Lady Eagle Rule #3 applies here.

 Elite 8 + watches the first U19 Game

Elite 8 + watches the first U19 Game

The message to the 12's from Coach Prazych was hydrate, spread out and make good passes. The girls took the first game vs the Red Queens 6-0 and the score only increased from there. 


Following up wins vs Atlanta and a reinforced Tampa (they added some 14's) the final game was vs the Red Queens for the championship. Again the Elite 8+ took the game going 40 to 1 in goals for the weekend. While the competition was not as stiff as we would have liked all the girls had a great time bonding this weekend and having life long friends. We have taken the banner for Georgia and south, so now next up State Games for the battle for NC. #LadyEaglesSoar

The 12's also had a special shoutout to Suzahn who has been recovering from a hospitalization and is now home recovering. We wish you well!!!


When things get a bit tense you can always count on the goalies to liven the mood a bit.

Here is a photo gallery of images submitted by our parents and players this weekend. If you have more please send them our way.

The 2018-2019 Lady Eagle Tryouts are complete


The Carolina Lady Eagles completed their 2018-2019 tryouts this Mothers Day weekend by having a great group of parents and players come together to play, skate, compete, and have fun. Over 65 hockey players from 6 states (that just happen to be female) came out to the Polar Ice House in Wake forest for a 2 day event that included an all girls clinic, Smoothies and from the pictures some pretty tired players. We wish everyone the best of luck next season and can't wait to see you in Black and Silver next season (Maybe a little camo too).

If you have any questions please contact us at dreaugh@carolinaeagleshockey.com



Lady Eagles All Girls Clinic in Chesapeake Va

 26 Girls from 7 area programs.

26 Girls from 7 area programs.

Last weekend the Carolina Lady Eagles hosted their second all girls clinic in Chesapeake Va. These clinics are to allow all the players in an area that does not have all girl teams to come together and play the sport they love. Coach Greg Prazych and his helper Shelby Reaugh took the girls through some skills, drills, games and team building activities. Please check out the shortened version of the clinic below. 

2018-2019 Lady Eagle Program Meeting

2018-2019 Lady Eagle Program Meeting


The 2017-2018 Season Comes to an end

The Carolina Lady Eagles season officially came to an end three weeks before the next one begins. The party was held at the Nice's that are always so generous with their house.


Here are the End of Season Videos for our 3 2017-2018 Lady Eagles Teams

The Lady Eagles Tribute to the Humboldt Bronocos Accident #PrayersForHumboldt


Our players and staff would like this gallery to show our support to the families, players and staff of the Humboldt Broncos. Our players are posting them individually but together here as our family supports theirs. We will continue to update our players pictures as they come in.

The LA Times said it best here.

Each pool of light that bravely defies the darkness illuminates a carefully placed hockey stick or two. Or three, or five. The sticks are adult-sized and child-scaled, well-used and scuffed, and starkly new. Some are goaltenders sticks. They are wrapped in black tape and in pink tape, left crossed against each other while leaning against a posh front door, standing near a snow shovel on a slush-stained deck, or jammed into the enclosure of a balcony of an urban high-rise. Sometimes candles are placed next to the sticks, creating a tableau that is unspeakably sad yet also beautiful.
— LA Times


The 2018-2019 Lady Eagle Program Information

The 2018-2019 Lady Eagle Program Information

The Carolina Lady Eagles is a competitive girls hockey organization that develops players from U8 to U19 by providing the competition and training to increase the skills your lady needs at each age group. You will win, you will lose, but by the end of the season you will be amazed at how high you soared.

The Carolina Lady Eagles and Rush Girls Hockey work together in the Carolina's

The Carolina Lady Eagles and Rush Girls Hockey work together to create the most competitive all girls teams in the Carolina’s

Wake Forest and Charlotte, NC- The Lady Eagles (http://ladyeaglehockey.com) and Rush Girls hockey(http://xicenter.com/hockey/) have added to a relationship that binds the youth programs even closer this season. Last season the Jr. Checkers rebranded to match the Rush junior program and now the current Team Carolina girls program will also rebranding as Rush Girls’ Hockey. The same great coaches and staff now combined with a great organization down at the Xi center in Charlotte.

                There is always a great rivalry between the Eagles and Rush and now that will exist in Juniors, Youth and now all girls hockey. With that rivalry is also a common goal to provide the best AA hockey teams in the Carolina’s, that now include girls. Who knows the NC cup may have a whole new angle this season.

                The Lady Eagles and Rush Girls Hockey helped recruit/create a new all girls division of the EJEPL for the 2018-2019 season along with NOVA, Nashville, Tampa and possibly Atlanta to bring the first all girls hockey league to the Southeastern district. The Southern division teams will compete for a division leader in the regular season, but play as allies against the other EJEPL girls divisions in Showcases during the year.  As with our Rush and Eagles youth programs, this is exclusive in the Raleigh and Charlotte markets. The programs will still maintain teams in the CHL and CBHL girls divisions.

                The 2018-2019 season will be positioned to have the best teams at districts in March of 2019. The Lady Eagles will continue to field a regional U19AA(midget) team made up of players from all over the southeast. Both organizations will field U14AA teams, but come together for a combined U16AA team to have the highest level of players from both organizations on the ice next season.

                The growth of girls hockey in the south is finally here with great organizations allowing girls to continue competitive hockey without heading north or leaving hockey early for other sports. Dedicated and caring staffs in multiple markets are now giving their time and effort to grow the sport.

For information and questions please contact:

David Reaugh                             

Carolina Lady Eagles



Jocelyn Langlois

Carolina Eagles



Paul Fidishun

Rush Girls Hockey



Jessica Nalette

Rush Girls’ Hockey




The Ladies Soar in their last weekend of the season


This past weekend was the busiest ever for the Carolina Lady Eagle program and last for the 2017-2018 season. We had every player in the program playing in the DC area in a 3 day marathon of games. The U19’s at Districts, the U16’s playing U19 at the ponytail, our 12’s making their tournament debut, and our 10’s on loaner to RYHA to help make a team.

The U19’s had to play through NOVA, Potomac and Nashville to make the 2018 USA Hockey Nationals in Marlborough. NOVA won all three of it’s round robin games so it was between Potomac and the Lady Eagles get a crack at them in the final. Goals were traded back and forth with the Eagles tying it up in the last minute fo the 3rd period. The overtime period was full of chances for both teams and going into the 56th minute of playing time Potomac took the win 4-3. Facebook photo album



This night was also senior night for 8 of our players. While they do not age out of hockey (remember that  ladies) they do graduate and start to move on with their own lives. We wish them the best of luck in their future as it will be a great one. Posters were made and placed on the bench and a ceremony back at the hotel later with some small tokens of appreciation from the team and organization.


The U16’s took a spot in the U19 top division playing the U19AA Quakers, The U19AA Midcoast Royals and the U16AAA Washington Pride. The U16’s took the first 2 round robin games against the 19AA teams and won a birth to the final. Sunday came and the Pride was on the docket for 2 games on the Olympic ice. The Ladies played their hearts out both times in 2 great games of end to end action but failed to get a win again the Pride and their bench of 20. Many coaches and players said we were the only team that "made them work for the win". Our Ladies truly soared that day.


The 12’s also played in the highest division versus Team Carolina, NOVA and the Quakers.  After going down 3-0 quick vs NOVA they never looked back outscoring their opponents 9-4 the rest of the weekend, getting Astrid a shutout in the final game. These ladies had a very short 3 week season and went 2-1-2 this year. They had a great time and the bonds made will last forever as they look forward to part time or full time girls hockey next season. Facebook photo album


Last but not least were two of our squirts went on loaner with the RYHA U10 team. Recording some key goals during the weekend were from current and Alumni Eagles. Our goalie recorded 4 shutouts to take RYHA to take the banner in the B division.


The future is bright for our ladies of all ages in life and in hockey. We wish them all the best in the off season and hopefully see them all at our Clinics, Camps and  tryouts in May.

The Carolina Lady Eagles



The Lady Eagle U19's are heading to districts this weekend

Audio Credits to "The Score" Picture Credits to Robert Sifinski and Matt Lehning

The U19AA Lady Eagles have had a season to be remembered. Often short on the bench, short on practice, but filled with heart and passion for the game. With players from Tampa  to Annapolis, they have proven that U19 girls teams can exist and be competitive in the south. 

 2017-2018 Preseason Camp Photo

2017-2018 Preseason Camp Photo

U19 is a hard year for girls hockey as most players are on their senior year of high school, we have 8 of those players with a 2018 graduation date. Most of these young women have given up their ability to not take their senior year finals so they can play in the 2018 Districts. It is with Mixed emotions we will honor them at senior night..... on the road ... on a hockey weekend this Saturday night. 

We are also having to say goodbye to two players that are are aging out of youth hockey. Katherine Grinter and Lauren Moody.

So make sure this weekend you cheer in person or virtually for these ladies that have given their best to themselves and to the Eagles as they soar "Higher" at Districts.


Carolina Lady Eagles Support International Women's Day


Hey #Eaglesfam ,Yesterday was International Women's Day and we saw all over social media posts and hashtags supporting the everyday ideals we would like to live up to. We as a hockey program believe in all the ideals of the celebration: Push for parity, challenge stereotypes, forge positive visibility, influence others and celebrate women's achievements.

The Carolina Eagles Hockey players that choose our program year after year continue to challenge, forge and celebrate everyday at home in the classroom and on the ice. It is our pleasure to document, highlight and push this to all of our friends, families and supporters.

So thank you to our hockey players (that happen to be female) and good luck as our future students, leaders, professionals, coaches, and/or anything else you can put your skills, talents and drive at.


International Women's Day

U16AA Carolina Lady Eagles win the CBHL regular season.

The U16AA Lady Eagles go undefeated in the regular season of the CBHL with a record of 12-0 winning the U16 division trophy. 


The Carolina Lady Eagles Introduce their U12 Tournament team.

Its a great day for the Carolina Eagles hockey program as we expand our two all girls teams at the U16AA and U19AA level to a new U12 Tournament team

The Carolina Lady Eagles program is a U10-U19 girls development program for those who want to play competitive hockey at home, prep school and in college. Our program pushes girls to play coed hockey till the game changes at U14 or when they feel they need to make the move to all girls hockey. These tournament teams allow these competitive hockey players to play on their local travel teams and come together for the exposure and experience.

We wish them the best as they start their adventure at the Ponytail in March.

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The Carolina Lady Eagles Fundraiser Weekend.... A three year undefeated streak continues. #CarolinaEaglesSoar

The Carolina Lady Eagles had their annual charity fundraiser and home game event last weekend. The goal was to not only win, but generate donations and awareness of two great charities. Previous charities chosen were the SPCA of Wake County(2016)  and InterAct of Wake County (2015).

 In 2015 Raised $215.00

In 2015 Raised $215.00

 In 2016 Rased $425.00

In 2016 Rased $425.00

This year we have two teams.... so two charities. Our U16 team chose The Special Operations Warrior fund which provides educational scholarships to children of fallen warriors that make the ultimate sacrifice. 

The U19 team chose to support JDRF of the Triangle. JRDF is dedicated to support and find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes

The weekend was a success on all fronts with winning all 4 home games and raising over 600.00 for the two charities. John Rodgers with Prime Mortgage has pledge to match the donations to make it event better.

Both Lady Eagles teams won all their games to keep the home winning streak going, now in its third year. Scoring came from everywhere, while Erica Jacobson scored a hat trick in both U19 games and Jessica Lehning skated out to get a goal and assist, adding to her shutout the night before. Lauren Moody, Marina McMillen and Jessica Gustafson all recorded their first goals as Lady Eagles. Katie Carlson found her stride in the first game with a Hattie along with Shelby Reaugh also recording a hat trick. Even sending a wall down on some spectators at RCI (no one was hurt thankfully).  All players showed how our Lady Eagles Soar with goals, strong defensive play and protecting those goalies!!!! Thank you for your dedication and support by our players, parents and the Carolina Eagles to make this weekend the success it was.

Here are the Game Highlights

9 to 1 Victory U16AA Carolina Lady Eagles vs Tricity Eagles Dec. 9th 6:30pm

9 to 0 Victory U19AA Carolina Lady Eagles vs Tricity Eagles Dec. 9th 8:10pm

6 to 1 Victory U16AA Carolina Lady Eagles vs Tricity Eagles Dec. 10th 6:30am

6 to 2 Victory U19AA Carolina Lady Eagles vs Tricity Eagles Dec. 10th 8:10am

Carolina Lady Eagles go 5-0-1 on their Opening Weekend #EaglesSoar

Both the Carolina Lady Eagles U16 and U19 teams headed to Maryland this past weekend to start their regular season schedule. Each team had three games to play starting with the Tricity Eagles teams at the Laurel Gardens ice rink. Both groups would be playing as a team for the first time, as the ladies have over 50% of their players new to Eagles this season. 

The U19 team played back to back with the Tricity Eagles winning 6-2 and 1-0. The Tricity goalie had over 40 saves in each game and was tough to crack. The 1-0 game allowed the Ladies to start their CBHL season with a win. After 2 wins in Maryland the U19 team headed to Ft Dupont to play NOVA. Again the gameplay were very lopsided, rough but, the game ended with a 1-1 tie. 

U19AA Highlight Videos

 CBHL League game win 1-0

CBHL League game win 1-0

The U16's also had three games this past week 2 verses Tricity and 1 vs Navy. Grayson Fidishun pulled out shutouts in all 3 victories to get the Ladies 2 CBHL League wins. The CBHL continues to prove it has strong goalies in every contest, with one game having over 69 shots. 

U16AA Highlight Videos

 5-0 win vs Navy

5-0 win vs Navy

 10-0 win vs Tricity

10-0 win vs Tricity