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Peewee Bs earn Silver at Oakville Harvest Classic Tournament
Submitted By CShanks on Thursday, September 24, 2015
The Lindsay Lynx Peewee B's enjoyed an extremely successful weekend at the Oakville Hornet's 6th Annual Harvest Classic Tournament. They started with 2 wins on Friday by the scores of 3-1 against Windsor and 5-0 against the home Oakville team. These wins secured them a berth in the semi-finals, but first was a battle for 1st place on Saturday morning in their Pool against Toronto-Leaside.

The Lynx came out victorious in this game with another 5-0 victory to secure 1st place in their Pool play. This set-up a semi-final match-up with Guelph. After a slow start which saw the game tied at 1-1 after the 1st period, the Lynx turned it up in the second to take a 4-1 lead after 2 periods and would cruise to a 6-1 final score victory to set up a Gold Medal game against Toronto-Leaside-Philpott. The Gold Medal game on Sunday was a back and forth affair. The Lynx were tied 1-1 after 1 period, trailing 3-2 after 2 periods and tied it up at 3 with about 8 minutes to go. After controlling much of the play for much of the final period but not being able to score the go-ahead goal Toronto Leaside-Philpott was able to score the winner with 33 seconds left in the game. It was tremendous effort and a great start to the season for the girls. A Silver Medal accomplishment, congratulations girls!!!

Go Lynx Go!!

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