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The North Middlesex girl’s hockey team showed off their skills at the York University tournament on February the 15th and 16th of 2007. The girls packed up their equipment and set out to York on Thursday morning. North Midd’s first game was at 11:30 against Weldon. The girls were pumped! The girls played well individually and as a team, winning the first game 6-1. The arena had a restaurant upstairs for the teams to eat between games. The Marauders had a healthy lunch and chatted about the upcoming game against Robert Hall. The Marauder spirit was still going strong and the girls took the game 3-1. The day already felt long as the girls headed back to the hotel to get some rest for tomorrow’s big games. With a team breakfast in the morning, the hockey team was ready to play the first game of the day. At 9:45, our Marauders were matched up against St. Elizabeth. This was a more challenging team for the girls, but down one goal in the third, our girls stepped it up and put one in, making the game 3-3. Finishing hard, the girls were happy with the tie. The dedicated Marauders were excited and nervous to play Humberside to get into the finals. The game started off slow but once again our girls pulled through taking the game 3-0. Undefeated, with a total of seven points, the Marauder girls had made it to the finals! With only a little more than two hours until the final game, the girls were nervous, but excited for the final game against Weldon. The game was intense, with Weldon scoring the first goal. It wasn’t long before the Marauders picked it up and tied the game up early. The next two periods showed that this game could go either way. The last five minutes of the third period, the Marauders knew they had to step it up. Giving everything they had, skating as hard as they could. With only three seconds left, the Marauders scored! Everyone went wild! The crowd was cheering and the girls were jumping. We had won the game. There was a short ceremony after the game where the North Middlesex Marauders received a trophy and blue toques. “It was an awesome experience and we hope to do the same next year!” Kate Vanderhoek.  
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The North Middlesex girl’s hockey team showed off their skills at the York University tournament on February, the 15th and 16th, of 2007. The girls packed up their equipment and set out to York on Thursday morning. North Midd’s first game was at 11:30am against Weldon. The girls were pumped! The girls played well individually, and as a team, winning the first game with a score of 6-1. The arena had a restaurant upstairs for the teams to eat between games. The Marauders had a healthy lunch and chatted about the upcoming game against Robert Hall. The Marauder spirit was still going strong, and the girls took the game with a score of 3-1. The day already felt long as the girls headed back to the hotel to get some rest for tomorrow’s big games. With a team breakfast in the morning, the hockey team was ready to play the first game of the day. At 9:45am, our Marauders were matched against St. Elizabeth. This was a more challenging team for the girls, but down one goal in the third, our girls stepped it up and put one in, tying the game with a score of 3-3. Finishing hard, the girls were happy with the tie. The dedicated Marauders were excited and nervous to play Humberside, to get into the finals. The game started off slow but once again our girls pulled through taking the game with a final score of 3-0. Undefeated, with a total of seven points, the Marauder girls had made it to the finals! With only a little more than two hours until the final game, the girls were nervous, but excited for the final game against Weldon. The game was intense, with Weldon scoring the first goal. It wasn’t long before the Marauders picked it up and tied the game up early. The next two periods showed that this game could go either way. In the last five minutes of the third period, the Marauders knew they had to step it up; giving everything they had, and skating as hard as they could. With only three seconds left, the Marauders scored! Everyone went wild! The crowd was cheering, and the girls were jumping. We had won the game! There was a short ceremony after the game, where the North Middlesex Marauders received a trophy and blue toques. “It was an awesome experience and we hope to do the same next year!” said Kate Vanderhoek.  
Team Members : Keri-Lynn Austin, Tabitha Turner, Tamara Turner, Cady Romphf, Kate Vanderhoek, Emily Broschak, Cheryl Hancock, Amanda Kustermans, Michelle Kustermans, Christine Robotham, Allie Vanderhoek, Chantal Ackworth, Emily Kennes, Carlee Bannister, Andrea Hendrikx and Halee McCann Coaches : Mr. Kindree, Mr. Pardo, Bonnie Romphf  
Team Members : Keri-Lynn Austin, Tabitha Turner, Tamara Turner, Cady Romphf, Kate Vanderhoek, Emily Broschak, Cheryl Hancock, Amanda Kustermans, Michelle Kustermans, Christine Robotham, Allie Vanderhoek, Chantal Ackworth, Emily Kennes, Carlee Bannister, Andrea Hendrikx and Halee McCann Coaches : Mr. Kindree, Mr. Pardo, Bonnie Romphf  
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