Last weekend, teams from Lake of the Woods Girls Hockey attended the Novice and Atom Girls tournament in Fort Frances.

Novice Snowstorm made it through the round robin with a 3-1 record.  They defeated the Fort Frances Heat 3-2, Dryden Flames 4-1 and Emo Express 6-1. Snowstorm's only loss would be to Fort Frances Bruins, who finished 6-0. 

The Snowstorm played the rematch with the Bruins in Sunday's final. The Bruins would defeat the Snowstorm 6-1 leaving them with silver. Julia Clark scored the lone goal in the final for the Snowstorm.

In the Atom division, both LOWGH teams attended. The AtoMc Devils finished with a 2-1-1 record beating Emo 5-3, Dryden Rampage 3-1, before tying Fort Frances Panthers 1-1 and losing to the Fort Frances Dynamite 4-0. The AtoMc Blazers went 2-2 in the round robin.

The records for the Lake of the Woods atoms qualified them to meet each other in the bronze medal game on Sunday. There was no scoring in the first two frames.

Sophie Muise scored early in the third to give the Blazers a 1-0 lead, then made it 2-0 a few moments later. Halfway through the period Rylee Kipling made it 3-0 Blazers.

Callie Joseph tried to mount the Devils comeback shortly after making it 3-1. Devils pulled their goalie in the dying minutes of the game. Delaney Turner added the medal assurance for the Blazers making it a 4-1 victory with 30 seconds left.

Next up for LOWGH, teams will be travelling to Fort Frances for the Pee Wee and Bantam tournament this weekend.

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