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Two Wildcats Represent Team Manitoba
Nov 9, 2016, 4:33 pm

The Westman Wildcats would like to wish Andrea Sanderson (Gr. 12 student from Melita) and Ashton Bell (Gr. 12 student from Deloraine) the best of luck as they represent Team Manitoba at the U18 National Championships this week in Regina.  The team and organization are very proud of your accomplishments.

Wildcats Complete Weekend Sweep of Norman
Nov 6, 2016, 5:29 pm

Ashton Bell scored 3 goals and added an assist, all in the opening period, to lead the Westman Wildcats to a 5-2 victory over the Norman Wild on Sunday morning in Selkirk.  Andrea Sanderson had the other goal in the 1st period.  Aly O'Hara picked up a goal in the 2nd period.  Shae Vallotton, Josee Casavant, and Paige Hubbard each picked up assists in the game.

The Wildcats outshot Norman 32-9.  Kaitie Slator picked up the win in net. 

Wildcats defeat Norman 5-1
Nov 4, 2016, 10:56 pm

Ashton Bell had 2 goals and 2 assists to lead the Westman Wildcats to a 5-1 victory over the Norman Wild on Friday night in Hartney.

The two teams played to a scoreless draw in the 1st period with the Wildcats outshooting the Wild 14-5 and taking the lone penalty of the period.

The Wildcats would break it open just 5 minutes into the 2nd period as Brooky Klein scored her first goal of the year on a rebound with the assists going to Cammy Clyne and Shae Vallotton. Just over a minute and a half later, Bell scored her 1st of the game on a breakaway, assisted by Tori Williams. Bell would make the game 3-0 on another shorthanded breakaway with the assist going to Ashley Seekings.  The period would end 3-0.  Westman outshot the Wild 14-1 in the period and again took the lone minor penalty.

In the 3rd period the Wildcats would make it 4-0 with 12:25 to play as Paige Hubbard buried a shot off a great feed from Bell.  Josse Casavant also picked up an assist on the play. Jessica Walker would make it 5-0 a minute later off another beautiful pass from Ashton Bell.  Haley Wickham picked up the other assist.  The Wild would make it 5-1 as an errant pass led to a shot and rebound that they would bury.  Shots were 8-7 for the Wildcats in the period with the Wildcats again taking the lone minor penalty.

Jenna Marshall picked up the win in net stopping 12 of 13 shots.

The Wildcats next play on Sunday morning in Selkirk (a home game) at 10:00 AM in the Cancer Care event.  All 8 league teams will play on Sunday in Selkirk.


Wildcats Defeat Central Plains 3-1 in Deloraine
Oct 30, 2016, 6:16 pm

The Westman Wildcats hosted the Central Plains Capitals in Deloraine on Sunday afternoon.  The two teams played to a scoreless draw in the opening period as the Wildcats held the advantage territorially but were only able to generate 6 shots on net compared the the Capitals 5.  Each team received one minor penalty.

In the 2nd period the Wildcats were completely dominant but were unable to get one past the Capitals goaltender.  Westman outshot the Capitals 10-2 in that period.  Central Plains took 2 of 3 minor penalties.  

The Wildcats finally got on the board at 18:33 of the 3rd period as Aly O'Hara scored from an unlikely angle...below the goal line to give Westman the lead.  Asssists on the play went to Cammy Clyne and Hanna Tolton.  Central Plains would steal the momentum as Westman took 3 straight minor penalties.  They would eventually tie the game on the powerplay at the 12:55 mark of the period.  Westman would finally get their own chance on the powerplay and Ashton Bell would not disappoint as she buried a snap shot from the top of the circle with 5:53 remaining in the period.  Shae Vallotton picked up the assist on the play.  Bell would seal the deal with an empty netter with 32 seconds remaining in the game.  Shots on net in the period were 11 apiece.  Westman took 3 of 4 penalties.

Kaitie Slator picked up the victory in net stopping 17 of 18 shots.

The Wildcats next action is at home on Friday night in Hartney vs Norman.  Game time is 8:00 PM.

Former Wildcats player, Mackenzie Roach stars in 1st season on the diamond with Regina
Oct 27, 2016, 10:55 am

First year University of Regina student Mackenzie Roach was named as a 2nd team All-Star Utility at the Western Collegiate Softball Association league play-offs in Calgary Oct 1-2, 2016.

Mackenzie, who played every position except 3rd base and back-catcher throughout the Cougars Fall season, was also Regina’s nominee for Rookie of the Year.

She lead the league in ERA (0.81), pitching 17.1 innings and finished with 3 wins.

Mackenzie had a 0.400 batting average in 30 at bats, with 12 hits, 2 doubles, 1 triple, 9 RBI’s, 11 runs scored and 5 stolen bases. She committed 0 errors in the field.

Regina made it to the WCSA final where they lost 3-2 to U of Saskatchewan.

Mackenzie, who is enrolled in Business Administration, played in the Canadian Collegiate Softball Association National Championship in Saskatoon this past weekend.

Regina lost 2-0 to U of S in the semi-finals and beat Fanshawe College 3-0 to capture the Bronze.

Former Wildcats player, Jaycee Magwood, named to Team Canada CIS team competing in 2017 Winter Universiade in Kazakhstan
Oct 27, 2016, 10:51 am

TORONTO (CIS) – Canadian Interuniversity Sport announced Friday the women’s hockey roster for the 2017 Winter Universiade, set for Jan. 29 – Feb. 8 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Canada will be looking to reclaim the gold medal, after falling to Russia 3-0 in the 2015 championship game in Granada, Spain. The loss marked the first time the Canadians hadn’t won the event since women’s hockey’s debut at the FISU Games in Harbin, China in 2009. 

The 22-player roster features 20 members who skated for Team CIS at Hockey Canada’s Women’s Development Camp in August. Eight players come from the Canada West conference, along with seven from OUA, five from the RSEQ and two from AUS. The defending national champion Montreal Carabins lead the way with four selections. 

Canada will compete in Group A alongside China, Great Britain and host Kazakhstan. Group B consists of the defending champion Russia, Japan and the United States. 

Returning from the 2015 Universiade squad, former Western defenceman Katelyn Gosling headlines the roster. Gosling, a CIS champion with the Mustangs two seasons ago, took part in Hockey Canada’s Fall Festival with the women’s national team after being drafted over the summer by the Canadian Women’s Hockey League’s (CWHL) Calgary Inferno. 

Adding to the leadership core is Guelph goaltender Valerie Lamenta, the reigning CIS player of the year. Lamenta will share the crease with Waterloo’s Stephanie Sluys 

On the blueline, Gosling is joined by Mustangs teammate Brianna Iazzolino, Guelph’s Katherine Bailey, Montreal’s Maude Laramée, Regina’s Alexis Larson, UBC’s Kelly Murray, and Manitoba’s Erica Rieder

Up front, Canada will be led by Montreal’s Alexandra Labelle, who scored a hat-trick in the CIS championship game last spring. The offence also includes fellow Carabins Catherine Dubois and Jessica Cormier, St. Thomas’ Kelty Apperson, Ottawa’s Melodie Bouchard, Regina’s Kylie Gavelin and Jaycee Magwood, Guelph’s Kelly Gribbons, Waterloo’s Rachel Marriott, StFX’s Daley Oddy, Manitoba’s Alanna Sharman, Alberta’s Alex Poznikoff, and Saskatchewan’s Kaitlin Willoughby

Behind the bench, University of Guelph head coach Rachel Flanagan, who made the selections following development camp, will be accompanied by team leader and video coach Rick Traugott, assistant coaches Kelly Paton (Western) and Shaun Reagan (Waterloo), equipment manager Jean Huynh (McGill), and therapist Natalie Paladino (Windsor). 

“We are very excited about the team that has been selected to compete at this event,” said Flanagan. “We have a character group of athletes that are skilled, fast and competitive and have our sights set on reclaiming the women’s hockey gold in Kazakhstan.”


Wildcats defeat Lansing to complete the CCM NIT Tournamant in Blaine
Oct 27, 2016, 10:48 am

Haley Wickham (assisted by Shae Vallotton and Ashton Bell) scored the winner on the powerplay early in the 3rd period to lead the Westman Wildcats to a 1-0 victory over the Lansing Spartans early Sunday morning at the Fogarty Ice Arena.  The Wildcats carried the play for most of the game but were unable to beat the Spartans goaltender.

Jenna Marshall picked up the shutout victory in net stopping all 14 shots she faced including a superb toe save off a rebound.

Day 2 at CCM NIT in Blaine
Oct 27, 2016, 10:44 am

The Westman Wildcats were defeated 3-0 by the Chicago Young Americans in a very fast, competitive game on Saturday night at the Fogarty Ice Arena.  The two team shared scoring changes throughout and it wasn't until that last minute of the 2nd period that Chicago was able to score on the powerplay to take a 1 goal lead.  The Wildcats pushed for the equalizer but Chicago was able to put away a couple of clinching goals for the victory.

Kaitie Slator stopped 18 of 21 shots on net in suffering the loss.

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