Avalon win gold at the NewFoundLand Summer Games

It took a little longer then they would have liked, but the Avalon female ball hockey team captured gold at the NL Summer Games in CBS after a marathon game with the host team.

The teams were deadlocked at one goal apiece as they slogged through not one, but two overtime periods before a shot directed at the host goal careened off a defender and into the back of the net for Avalon’s golden goal. The game was played at the CBS Stadium in Kelligrews on Aug. 20.

Kelsey Shute picked up the win in goal for Avalon.

The gold medal victory capped an impressive tournament for Avalon. The lone goal scored by the host team in the final was the first one allowed by Avalon in five games.

They opened the tournament with a 3-0 victory over Western on Aug. 18, which was followed by a 2-0 defeat of St. John’s.

On Day 2 of the tournament, Avalon blanked Eastern 2-0 and Mount Pearl 5-0 to set up the final with a formidable host squad. They were also 4-0 heading into the final.

Members of the championship team are: Abigail Gambin (Dunville), Abigail Reynolds (Harbour Grace), Camryn Taylor (Bristol’s Hope), Dakota Sheppard (Harbour Grace), Emma Russell (Blaketown), Hillary Neville (Placentia), Kelsey Shute (Harbor Grace), Kristen Shute (Harbour Grace), Mackenzie Chipman (Spaniard’s Bay), Mackenzie Crane (Spaniard’s Bay), Madison Petten (Bay Roberts), Rhiannon Kelly (Victoria), Samantha Pike (Harbour Grace), Shailynn Snow (Clarke’s Beach), Shelby Batten (Bareneed) and Tyra Lannon (Placentia).

Coaching staff was Erin Earle (Bay Roberts), Trudy Russell (Blaketown) and Kim Lannon (Placentia).

Story via The Compass

Bruised Camera captured all the action from the Gateway to the Bauer World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships

A huge shout out to Joe Mallette of Bruised Camera for stopping by the Gateway to the Bauer World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships this past Saturday. He captured a ton of actions shots which we have made available for you to check out below!


If you are looking for event photography in the Niagara region feel free to reach out to Joe. He does amazing work and we highly recommend him for capturing your next event!


Stoney Creek Savages win Gateway to the World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships; headed to Barrie!

This past weekend the Niagara Ball Hockey Club hosted the Gateway to the Bauer World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships. This warm up event let's Southern Ontario based teams come out and see how they stack up.... with a chance to win their entry to the WOBHC tournament. With this year being the 20th Anniversary the teams were exceptionally excited to start their #RoadToTheWOBHC

After three days of game's, championship Sunday saw a final match up between the Stoney Creek Savages (3rd seed from round robin) and the St. Catharines Punishers (4th seed from round robin). 

The game was a back and forth affair featuring stellar goaltending and countless chances. After 3 periods of play the game was tied 2-2 forcing sudden death overtime. It was there that the Stoney Creek Savages were able to score and win gold, 3-2.

The winning team was Kevin Allain, Justin Allen, Michael Chenoweth-Durney, Kris Dean, Jordan Delconta, John Dungey, Stewart Forsyth, PJ Herod, Michael Holditch, Kodi "Ginger" Hollingsworth, Russ Mackay, Spencer Mark, Wes Morrison, Jeremy Palladino, Kyle Robertson, Shane Ruddy, Joel Thompson & Chad Upper.

Join "ballhockey.com Team Canada" at the Sun Shine Shoot-Out in Florida this October!

Are you looking for a great excuse to get away this October? Want to spend a weekend in the sun playing ball hockey and have a great time? We have the event for you!

This October International Shoot-Out will be having their 10th Anniversary Sun Shine Shoot-Out tournament. In 2010 ballhockey.com took a "Team Canada" Men's Rec team down and we came back champions!

This year to join in on the 10th Anniversary fun we want to head back and bring back another trophy. If you currently play at a ballhockey.com facility, you are invited to come be a part of "ballhockey.com Team Canada". We will be competing in the Men's Rec/D division (so please be a Rec/D player) and if there is enough interest we can try and do a co-ed team as well.

To sign on, click here and register. For $125CDN your tournament fee will be covered and you will get a home and away t-shirt jersey to keep. We will also supply all the warm up balls, tape, water that you could need. You will be responsible for your own transportation and hotel, but the intent will be to stay at the host hotel.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Mike Broley at ballhockeymike@gmail.com.

Look forward to playing with you in Florida!

St. Catharines Beastie Beauts win OBHA Women's Provincial Championship

The St. Catharines Beastie Beauts walked away with gold at the OBHA Women's Provincial Championships in Brampton last weekend. The event featured 8 women's teams from across Ontario competing over 3 days.

The Beastie Beauts went though the tournament undefeated with their sole tie coming against the Midland Battalion in their 1st game. From there they were dominate winning 7-0 over the Cornwall Ray Jans and 5-1 over Trenton Hooligans. The semi-finals saw them take on the Burlington Brownies and win 5-0.

The finals saw the St. Catharines Beastie Beauts face off against the Oshawa Stampede. It was the scoring prowess of the Beastie Beauts that proved too much for the Stampede; they took the win and the championship 4-1.

The winning team was Brittany Nagy, Michelle Edgar, Metka Manfreda, Jessie Cunningham (G), Nicole Gooding, Bailee Buckmaster, Charmaine Lounsbury, Mullsy Mc, Melissa Miller, Danielle Brenda, Ashley Carney &, Melissa Boal

Full tournament results below.

20th Anniversary Bauer World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships Update

With 56-60 teams and over 1,000 participants, Barrie will be rocking in September …. Where else would you want to be …….. Join us in celebrating 20 years!!

September 23rd is fast approaching and teams are being finalized for the 20th Anniversary Bauer World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships. This year we will be offering Men’s Open, Men’s B/C, Ladies Open, Coed Open and Over 35 Division’s.  The Ladies and Coed Divisions will split into A & B flights like the Men’s B/C after preliminary games are played with both flights generating winners and prizes.  8 Championship’s in total.

Each year teams from across Canada and the U.S. join us for two weekend’s jam packed with ball hockey action. This year will be no exception with a number of new teams from both countries travelling to play!  Join us in Barrie September 23-25 for Men and Women’s action or Niagara

Over $30,000 of the entry fees are spent on the Prizes with Division Champions receiving awesome customized Bauer Jackets with their names and player numbers stitched on them, Hats and new this year, $1,000 in cash* will be included.  Winners will receive a Championship banner and all player names are permanently engraved on our historical ballhockey.com Trophies.  The Stanley Cup of the outdoor game.  Prizes for all Division Runners up will be customized Bauer Hoodies and Hats.

Rogers TV will again be on site this year recording and broadcasting championship Sunday afternoon games!

For those of you looking to get the 20th Anniversary event shirt, you can purchase it in advance online by hitting up the ballhockey.com store. Selecting Barrie pickup guarantees you your shirt on Friday night of the tournament. Orders request to be shipped will not be sent out until September 27th.

The entry fee for the tournament is $700 and a $300 deposit is due at the beginning of September to secure your teams spot. Deposits can be made by clicking here.

You can also submit your team roster by clicking here.

Spaces are starting to fill up so don’t delay in getting your team registered for the 20th Anniversary Ballhockey.com World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships, presented by Bauer.

Please direct any inquiries to sarak@ballhockey.com

*For Men's B/C, Ladies A/B and Coed A/B the $1,000 prize is for the top division, and will not be awarded in the lower division to encourage teams to challenge for the top to win cash.  Tha t is $5,000 in additional prize money being handed out this year.

Bauer Hockey is looking for ball hockey players to provide feedback; chance to win prize pack

Attention ball hockey players! Our corporate partner, Bauer Hockey, is looking to get feedback from our clubs about their equipment. This is your chance to tell them what colour gloves you are hoping to get in 2017, or why you love their sticks.

They are accepting feedback until August 21st, 2016. On Monday August 22nd, one participant will be selected to win an awesome Bauer Prize Pack (including a new stick!).

What are you waiting for! Click here to complete the survey (approx: 5 minutes).

Back to school; back to ball hockey! Fall registration is on for all leagues!

The days are getting shorter and back to school sales are on everywhere. That can mean it is time for one thing.... it's time to get registered for Fall ball hockey!

You can register online by visiting any of our clubs listed on the top menu. If you have questions or want any assistance please feel free to reach out to hello@ballhockey.com. We'd be more than happy to help you find the right league!

The Barrie Ball Hockey Club, Brampton Ball Hockey Club & Niagara Ball Hockey Club are also continuing their popular "bring a friend" youth program which will give you a $25 credit for any new player brought out to the club*!

For adults looking to start a team, we offer you a free registration once your team has 11 paid players.

For adults looking to get onto a team, please contact the club you'd like to play at to get placed on a team!

We look forward to seeing you on the floor!

*New player must not be in their registration system, or have played at the club before.

Montreal Red Lite win gold at 2016 CBHA Canadian National Championships

Montreal Red Lite celebrate after winning gold; taken from CBHA youtube stream.

Montreal Red Lite celebrate after winning gold; taken from CBHA youtube stream.

What a game!

After 60 minutes of back and forth action the Montreal Red Lite (#1 on the ballhockey.com Top 25 Ball Hockey Teams in North America)  have defeated the Newfoundland Blackhorse (#24) to win gold at the 2016 CBHA Canadian National Championships!

Montreal jumped to a 3-0 lead early in the game but the Blackhorse offense refused to back down. After scoring two consecutive goals to bring it back to 3-2 momentum seemed to be shifting into Newfoundlands favour. 

After the Red Lite scored to make it 4-2 a bad bounce off a Red Lite defender brought the Blackhorse back within one. The Blackhorse were not going to give up.

The last 6 minutes of the game saw both teams give it their all, countless opportunities to score and amazing goaltending at both ends of the floor. The Blackhorse pulled the goalie with the ball deep in the Red Lite zone with 30 seconds remaining in the game, but that was not enough. The Montreal Red Lite held on to win the game 4-3.

The winning team consists of Nelson Vargas-Dias, Yannick Labonte, Kevin Kucamarski, Danick Martel, Olivier Lavasseur, Mathieu Duguay, Matthew David, Marc Andrew Trudeau, Alexandre Perrault, Jonathan Daoust, Joel Provost-Blais, Steve Proulx, Simon Ghilarducci, Carl Ghilarducci, Jeffry Bradley, Yanik Jomphe, Martin Corbell, Mathieu Lebrun, Samuel Fortier, Paul Roy, Jeremy Paradis, Martin Frenchette, Samuel Beauchamp (G) & Christian Lantin (G).

Barrie C4 brings home bronze in Masters divison at CBHA Canadian National Championship

Photos from Kevin Clark via Facebook.

Photos from Kevin Clark via Facebook.

It was a game full of back and forth action this afternoon as the Barrie C4 took on Team Saskatchewan in the Bronze Medal game at the 2016 CBHA Canadian National Championship. Barrie got on the board first with a powerplay goal near the end of the 1st period. 

Greg Marotta, James Little (coach), Aaron Campisano and Kevin Clarke

Greg Marotta, James Little (coach), Aaron Campisano and Kevin Clarke

The real action was in the second period as the two teams traded goals bringing it to a 2-2 tie half way through the period. Greg Marotta scored the game winning goal with 9:06 remaining in the 2nd period. It was Al Henderson with the insurance when he scored their 4th goal just 28 seconds later.

Excellent goaltending at both ends of the floor kept the ball out of the net for the rest of the game; Barrie C4 won the game 4-2.

Congratulations on bringing bronze back to Ontario!

The winning team is Chris Morrison, Jeff Courues, Mark Guergis, Travis Duhaime, Greg Marotta, Terry Roache, John Santes, Kevin Clarke, Peter Vietch, Shane Malhotra, Rob Leduc, Dave Flude, Stan Kamenski, Al Henderson, Aaron Huuston, Dan Mediros, Derek Wilson, Wade Linklater, Sean Kelly, Lee Couture, Aaron Campisano (G).

Complete results from the game were as follows:

Who will take home gold at CBHA Canadian National Championships; find out at 6pm EST

After 5 days of competition in beautiful Richmond British Columbia, the final day of the 2016 CBHA Canadian National Championships is set. The gold medal game will feature the Montreal Red Lite (#1 on the ballhockey.com Top 25 Ball Hockey Teams in North America) and the Newfoundland Blackhorse (#24). The game will be streamed online at 6pm EST / 3pm PST.

In the bronze medal match up it will be the Vancouver Bruins (#20) facing off against the Edmonton Savages (#14) at 3pm EST / 12pm PST.

Click here to catch all the actions.

Niagara Ball Hockey Club welcomes Mike McGuire as new manager; Gateway To The WOBHC is a week away!

The Niagara Ball Hockey Club is pleased to be hosting the annual “Gateway to the Worlds” tournament on the August 19-21 weekend coming up. This is the 4th year of the event and the excitement is building around the club! This years event will feature both a Men's B and Ladies' Open division. They are looking for one more women's team so if you are looking for the perfect warmup to the upcoming 20th Anniversary Bauer World Outdoor Ball Hockey Championships than look no further! Contact sarak@ballhockey.com with any questions.

In addition the NBHC is also pleased to announce the addition of Mike McGuire to the leadership team.  Mike has joined the club as the Manager of the Niagara Ball Hockey Club effective August 1, 2016. 

Mike is a Bachelor of Commerce graduate of the University of Windsor (2013) and has spent the past three years Managing the Barrie Ball Hockey Club.  Mike is an avid player, winning the 2014 Ballhockey.com WOBHC Men’s “B” with the Barrie Maple Kings and has been involved with or playing at the Barrie Ball Hockey Club for over a decade. 

Join us for the Gateway event or stop in and visit with Mike about our upcoming Fall season!

CBHA Canadian National Championships Day 1/2 Recap: Red Lite dominate, Ontario looks to turn it around

After two days of action in beautiful Richmond, BC the Montreal Red Lite remain the early favourites going 3-0 in the first two days of preliminary action. With a 13 goal differential teams are going to need to focus on both ends of the floor if they want a chance to pass the #1 team in North America and see gold this week! They are currently being leaded by Yannick Labonte (#23) who has 2 goals and 4 assists in the first 3 games.

The Edmonton Savages, Manitoba Selects, Newfoundland Blackhorse and Calgary Phantoms all have yet to lose a game as well as they chase down the Red Lite. 

Ontario teams will be working the locker rooms looking for answers to get on track with a combined 2-6-1 record in the first two days.  The two victories have come against the 0-3 teams at the bottom of the standings.  In Tuesday night action, The Toronto Metro Orangemen got smacked by the Red Lite 7-0, while The North York Hitmen lost to the Vancouver Falcons 6-1 and the Niagara War Pigs gave up a 2-0 lead in the last two minutes of a game against the Edmonton Savages to hold onto a tie.  Not a good night for Ontario teams.

As of August 10, 9:00am EST

As of August 10, 9:00am EST

Games resume at 4pm EST today with action on the main rink featuring the Niagara War Pigs against the Toronto Orangemen followed by the Montreal Red Lite versus Vancouver Bruins at 5:30pm EST. ballhockey.com will have the live stream up on the home page for all the ball hockey fans wanting to watch the action from home!

Still lot’s of hockey to play and a strong field of competitors in the hunt for Canadian National bragging rights!

CBHA Nationals underway; announce new league President

Newfoundland United got a goal by Kristin Cooze as it opened its schedule at the national senior women’s ball hockey championship in Vancover Monday with a 1-1 tie against Edmonton Red Light.

Meanwhile, Newfoundland Blackhorse, competing in the national men’s senior A event in Vancouver, played its first game late Monday — it was the last game of the opening day schedule — against the Vancouver Falcons.

The Blackhorse won bronze at last year’s Canadian championship in Ottawa, while the United claimed silver.

The biggest news involving Newfoundland ball hockey as the national tourneys opened actually came away from the playing suface.

Firstly, St. John’s has been named as host for the 2019 Canadian senior men’s and women’s championship. Secondly, Steve Power, president of Ball Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador, has been elected to a two-year term as president of the Canadian Ball Hockey Association.

The 45-year-old Power, who replaces Shelley Callaghan of Ontario, who had bveen president the last four years, is the third Newfoundlander to hold the post. Roger Barnett was president from 1982 to 1983, while Gerry Crew was in the job between 1988 and 1990.

Via The St. John's Telegram.

Boston Saints issue a challenge ahead of the Bauer New England Classic

The Bauer New England Classic is fast approaching and the Boston Saints (#5 on the ballhockey.com Top 25 Ball Hockey Teams in North America) Captain Scott Duggan has put the challenge out to all teams.

Before teams decide about whether to go to the New England Classic in October I would like to remind teams that no American Ball Hockey Team has beaten the Saints in 2016 (17-0)! This could be your last shot this year. As a competitor I know I want to play the best and I wouldn’t be able to let another team do that. Just saying.
— Scott Duggan, Boston Saints
The Saints in action at the 2016 Cool Hockey North American Ball Hockey Championships in Philly (Pictures: Ricky T)

The Saints in action at the 2016 Cool Hockey North American Ball Hockey Championships in Philly (Pictures: Ricky T)


If you want to try and give the Saints their first loss the tournament is still accepting teams. The event takes place October 14-16, 2016 and you can email neballhockey@gmail.com to get your team registered!

Novak Djokovic, Connor McDavid delight crowd during Rogers Cup ball hockey game

Photo by Kaitlyn McGrath via Yahoo! Sports

Photo by Kaitlyn McGrath via Yahoo! Sports

TORONTO — Naturally, the first time Novak Djokovic played hockey should take place in Canada.

That’s exactly what happened Sunday afternoon at Toronto’s Rogers Cup, when a host of NHLers played with some tennis players, including Canadian juniors Felix Auger Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov, Ben Sigouin and, of course, Djokovic, the top men's player in the world right now, in a friendly ball hockey game contested on the Aviva Centre’s Centre Court.

On the NHL side of things, Connor McDavid, Tyler Seguin and Jason Spezza participated along with Brayden Schenn, Zac Rinaldo, Ryan O'Reilly, Michael Del Zotto and Dominic Moore. Former NHLer and Sportsnet analyst Nick Kypreos also suited up.

Because it was family weekend at the Rogers Cup, scores of children were in the stands for the game. And while this is technically a tennis tournament, the majority of them were itching to see the Edmonton Oilers’ young superstar, who received a loud cheer when he stepped onto the court. The other big cheer went to Djokovic, who came onto the “ice” shortly after the others and warmed up by taking some penalty shots, much to the delight of the crowd.

Continue reading and see more photos at Yahoo! Sports...

Harjun Dhaliwal takes ball hockey skills to Europe for Experience of a lifetime

For Harjun Dhaliwal, visiting the Czech Republic was the trip of a lifetime.

But throw in a gold medal victory at the Plzen Challenge Cup, an under-15 ball hockey tournament he played in with the West Coast Express, and the experience is one the Centennial secondary student will not soon forget.

“It was really fun,” said the Coquitlam athlete. “It was a really big experience for me. It helped me as a player and it was just a lot of fun.”

Dhaliwal is a member of the Tri-City Minor Ball Hockey Association, where he has made enough of a name for himself to get the attention of Express coach Gary Slavin. When Slavin asked if he was interested in joining the team in international competition, Dhaliwal did not hesitate to accept the invitation.

The Canadian squad, which is made up of players from across the province, made quick work of the competition during round-robin play. They shut out the Czech national team 10-0 before defeating the Slovakian Gajary Flames 4-1 and T.J. Blatna 4-0.

That set the stage for the finals against Plzen, which did not get off to a great start for the West Coast Express.

“They scored first,” said Dhaliwal. “We were all kind of put down.”

Undeterred, the Canadian squad was able to tie up the game and in the second half they found the go-ahead goal. But things stayed tight until the final buzzer sounded, with Plzen pulling their goalie and hemming in the Express in their own end. 

It took an empty-net goal from West Coast’s Kaiden Johnson of Burnaby to give the visitors all the insurance they needed to win the gold. 

“It was quite competitive,” said Dhaliwal. “They take ball hockey very seriously over there.”

For many of the players, the trip to the Czech Republic was their first time competing overseas, according to coach Slavin.

One of the big differences they faced, he noted, is the fact that in Europe ball hockey is played on a plastic tile floor, a big adjustment for Canadians accustomed to playing on concrete. 

“All of them are used to playing on arena concrete floors,” he said. “That ball moves faster on the tile, as well the shots come off the floor different.”

But thanks to strong scouting, he said he had a feeling his team would have success in Europe. 

“I knew going in to this tourney we had a strong team on the floor and off the floor,” said Slavin, who has made 10 trips to the Czech Republic for ball hockey tournaments. “Respect, dignity and focus was seen with every player. As many of my groups overseas have been from U16 right up to master men’s, this was the first U15 team taken over and I was very happy with the entire trip from both players and parents.” 

Slavin said the under-15 trip went so well plans are already being made for a repeat trip. Coaches, players and parents interested in learning more about it can contact him at gslavin31@gmail.com.

Via Gary McKenna at Tri City News.

CBHA Canadian Ball Hockey National Championship Schedule Released

There are only two weeks to go until the Canadian Ball Hockey Association drops the ball at their Canadian National Championships in beautiful Richmond, British Columbia. The event is bringing 24 top teams from across Canada to compete in the 3 divisions; Men's, Women's & Master's.

We here at ballhockey.com will have our eyes out on the Men's division as the Montreal Red Lite (#1 on the ballhockey.com Top 25 Teams in North America) and Niagara War Pigs (#3) face off on Tuesday morning at 10:30am PST!

If you are wondering what other great match ups there are, check out the full schedule here.


Oshawa Peewee AA Ball Hockey Team Takes Provincial Crown

OSHAWA — Oshawa captured its first peewee AA provincial title in ball hockey since 2001 by downing Newmarket in the championship game played in Oshawa in July.

Facing a division consisting of Penetang, Newmarket, Brampton and West Hill, the team struggled to get through round-robin play, but stepped it up come playoff time.

A semifinal against the reigning champs, Penetang, sparked the boys to rally and win 3-2 to advance to the AA championship, where they defeated Newmarket.

OSHAWA — The Oshawa peewee AA ball hockey team won a provincial championship on home floor in 2016. Pictured behind goalie Sean Grey are, from left, front row: Zack Laurin, Nick Blais, Tristan Peart, Cole Burrows; Second row: coach Sean McGuire, coach Mike Lemere, Josh Zupanic, Gabe Savage, Brendan Browne, Austin Jordan, Ethan Hamlyn, Brayden McGuire, Darius Visockas, coach Dan Blais; Back row: Westin Bartlett, Jake Lemere, Hayden Webster and Ryan Nickerson. Aug. 2, 2016

OSHAWA — The Oshawa peewee AA ball hockey team won a provincial championship on home floor in 2016. Pictured behind goalie Sean Grey are, from left, front row: Zack Laurin, Nick Blais, Tristan Peart, Cole Burrows; Second row: coach Sean McGuire, coach Mike Lemere, Josh Zupanic, Gabe Savage, Brendan Browne, Austin Jordan, Ethan Hamlyn, Brayden McGuire, Darius Visockas, coach Dan Blais; Back row: Westin Bartlett, Jake Lemere, Hayden Webster and Ryan Nickerson. Aug. 2, 2016

"I still can't get the smile off my face,” said head coach Sean McGuire in a press release.

Success in the tournament also went to Oshawa atom A for winning the A title, atom B for winning the B championship and the peewee B team for capturing the top BB spot.

The all-girls’ round-robin for U10, U12, U14 and U16 resulted in the U12s securing the gold medal and U10, U14 and U16 taking the silver. History was made when a second U14 girls’ team played in the main tournament.

In previous provincial play in Mississauga, Oshawa’s tyke team advanced to the AA semifinal and the novices took the A crown.

Oshawa Ball Hockey has now finished another very successful season.

Via Durham Region.

Pizza Market wins Truro Women's Ball Hockey B Division Championship

SALMON RIVER – Pizza Market is the Truro and Area Women’s Ball Hockey League B Division champions.

The team edged Blaikies Dodge Chrysler 3-2 in a shootout at Deuville’s Rink to win the title.

Erin Blois and Amanda Dale scored in the shootout for Pizza Market, while Andrea Ashton and Dale scored in regulation time.

For Blaikies, Abby Boutilier scored in regulation and in the shootout and also assisted on Rhona Murray’s marker.

Vanessa Campbell picked up the win in nets.

Via Truro Daily.

© Submitted photo Pizza Market captured the B Division of the Truro and Area Women’s Ball Hockey League, defeating Blaikies Dodge Chrysler 3-2 in a shootout. Members of the winning team are, first row, from left, Erin Blois, Deanna Hatfield, Vanessa Campbell, Ellie Shipley-Landry, Ashley Weatherbee and Laura Purdy; second row, Lori Johnson, Andrea Ashton, Paige McNutt, Carleigh Hiltz, Amanda Dale and Cara Holly. Absent are Alicia Tompkins, Sarah Ritcey and Marie Harrison.

© Submitted photo

Pizza Market captured the B Division of the Truro and Area Women’s Ball Hockey League, defeating Blaikies Dodge Chrysler 3-2 in a shootout. Members of the winning team are, first row, from left, Erin Blois, Deanna Hatfield, Vanessa Campbell, Ellie Shipley-Landry, Ashley Weatherbee and Laura Purdy; second row, Lori Johnson, Andrea Ashton, Paige McNutt, Carleigh Hiltz, Amanda Dale and Cara Holly. Absent are Alicia Tompkins, Sarah Ritcey and Marie Harrison.