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Last Three Games
Submitted By Ryan on Monday, November 2, 2015
With the winning streak alive we head out to Caledonia feeling Confident. But little did the players know that a streak can be broken, and BROKEN it was. 

Everything seemed like it was going to plan, but after some penalties the momentum swing into the favor of the home team Caledonia After the first period the score was 3-0. after some regrouping the team focused and got on the board, with a great shot from Jared McOrmand. It was all for not since the final score was 6-1.


With The loss brought a new respect and focus to the game the team realised that they need to focus a little harder.

with Glanbrook coming to town, and the history between the two towns go back forever. The HAWKS refocused and came out with a vengeance. with a hard fought first period and no score was registered the HAWKS dug deep and applied pressure, with pressure something had to give. For the HAWKS it was Glanbrook. Kendra hill grabbed the rebound and potted the first goal of the game, assisted by Alyssa DeMille and Nolan McNeil. With that goal the HAWKS focused and steeped it up more , with more pressure, speed and skill. that is when less then a minute later Dylan Shawana from Spencer Martin scored the second goal, with that the hawks never looked back. Spencer Martin with the help from Owen Cripps and Jared McOrmand scored the 3rd goal of the period. After 2 periods the HAWKS are up 3-0 and our goalie Amelia Cockcroft stood on her head to keep her shutout alive and kicking. with the Hawks playing great Defense and our goalie standing on her head the team scored which came off the stick of Spencer, from Owen and Travis Walderbrook. With the time winding down a nice break out started by AJ Elliott ended up on the stick of Kendra Hill which in turned passed it to Nolan McNeil to score with a minute left in the game. The the final score 5-0  the HAWKS seemed to be back in fighting form once again 


With the HAWKS Refocused  we travelled to Stoney Creek, a team we all never seen before the team was ready to go. Pressure, speed, and playing as a team was preached in the dressing room and on the bench. with those speeches the team took it to heart, because the offense come out flying. with goals in the first period coming from two players. Dylan Shawana scored twice and Carter Hedges also scoring twice. All these goals their was a lot of assists. Ryann Laforme, Jared McOrmand Kendra Hill with two, Nolan McNeil with two, AJ Elliott, and Spencer Martin all assisted on the goals in the first, team work was going on in the first .

Second Period The HAWKS seemed to be in more a defensive way and worked for no shots on the net.With the pressure on Stoney Creek they iced the puck every chance they got. with that the team set up a draw play to Evan Woolvett in turn swung it to Carter which put a great shot on net , where Dylan was there for a great tip in the net which gave him his hat trick of the night.


Waiting to get in on the action in the 3rd  Spencer Martin received an out look pass from Owen Cripps and Alyssa Demille to score short side. SItting on the bench Carter Hedges was looking to get his 3rd of the night. With time slowly ticking away Carter yelled for the puck which came from Dylan and Spencer and scored lower corner to get his first hat trick of the year as well. When the clocked stopped the final score was 7-0


Great bounce back wins, and let the wins keep coming tonight against Caledonia

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