Warriors waltz to tournament title

Chilliwack's female hockey midget Warriors bombed the competition, going 4-0 with zero goals against in Penticton.

Evidence that female hockey is alive and well in Chilliwack came Dec. 13-15 as the midget Warriors won the Penticton Fire on Ice tournament.

A dominant performance saw the Warriors post four straight shutouts.

They demolished Chase 9-0 and Kamloops 7-0, with MVP performances from Taylor Allenby and Kristy Ricard.

Maddi Krulicki earned player of the game honours in the third game, against   Kelowna.

Krulicki drew a boarding call, and scored on the ensuing power play as her team won 3-0.

The Warriors faced Kelowna again in the title game, winning 2-0. Angelique Basson iced the win with an empty net goal.

Netminder and team captain Taegan Ackland-Gaetz  recorded all four shutouts and was named player of the game in the final.

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