Peewee Cs end year on winning note


The South Dundas Peewee C Lions ended their 2012/13 season on a winning note here Sunday afternoon, when they defeated the Ottawa East Snipers 1-0, to claim the C Division championship of a day-long tournament.

It was Mackenzie Nelson, with help from Megan Mackay and Tyler De Dekker, who allowed the Lions to end the season with a win thanks to her goal scored in the last minute of the first period.

Michaela Mustard was in the Lions net for the shutout.

The Lions had a tough start in the tournament, and it was back-to-back losses that put them into the C final.

Their first game of the day was against Nepean Attack who claimed a 4-2 win.

Tyler De Dekker counted the two Lions goals, the second unassisted and the first with help from Mackenzie Nelson and Megan Mackay.

In game two, the Lions fell victim to the South Stormont Selects, 4-1.

De Dekker counted the Lions first goal late in the second period with help from Matthew Mackay and Kaitlyn Perry scored goal number two with help from Nathan Cameron and Amber Bailey.

The Selects led 1-0 after the first period and pushed it to 3-0 in the second period before the Lions were able to get on the scoreboard.

Tournament player of the game awards were presented to Tyler DeDekker in game one, Grace Brooks in game two and Katie Perry in game three.

Throughout the year the Pee Wee C Lions were presented Team Hustler/Hard Hat Awards after every game and after the three tournament games, the team awards went to Sarah Backes, Amber Bailey and Grace Brooks.

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