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    Sting, Hawks Capture OCAA Championship
    Courtesy of the OCAA:

    Excerpts of this story are courtesy of the OCAA,

    The Seneca Sting and Humber Hawks captured the OCAA Championship, solidifying their spot at the top of the OCAA.

    The Sting captured their second championship in three years, dominating the championship by outscoring their opponents 9-2 in five matches. It was the fourth appearance in the championship match for the Sting in the past five seasons.

    The Sting jumped out to a 3-0 lead over the Centennial Colts midway through the second half before the Colts broke the Sting’s shutout streak going back to the opening match of the round robin.

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    Courtesy of Seneca College Athletics:

    Seneca’s Carley Uddenberg was named Most Valuable Player of the championship while Centennial’s Jordyn Chrons-Slagt was named Top Goalkeeper. The Championship All-Star team was comprised of Emma Gattoni (Seneca), Kayla Uddenberg (Seneca), Emily Cullen (Centennial), Kayla Edelhofer (Durham) and Lilly Estephan (St. Clair).

    In the bronze medal match, the Durham Lords defeated the St. Clair Saints 1-0.

    In the semi-final, the Sting defeated the Saints 1-0 while the Colts defeated the Lords 2-1.


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