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Wildcats Awards
Submitted By Kim Bailey on Tuesday, April 21, 2020
The Woodstock Wildcats Girls Hockey Association wants to congratulate all Wildcats on their hard work, sportsmanship, and development over the season.

At the end of each season, the coaching staff from each team choose two players to receive special recognition: Wildcat of the Year & Most Improved Wildcat

Here are the award winners for the 2019-2020 season:



Novice full ice
Wildcat of the Year - Hannah Bast
Most improved - Mackenzie Pirrie
 
Atom B
Wildcat of the Year - Laura Davies
Most improved - Layla Graham
 
Atom C
Wildcat of the Year - Avery Wreford
Most Improved - Taylor Lockhart
 
Atom HL
Wildcat of the Year - Kadelyn Saunders-Brown
Most improved - Jamie Hammond
 
Peewee C
Wildcat of the Year - Larissa Van Zadelhoff
Most Improved - Khali Royles
 
Peewee BB
Wildcat of the Year - Dakota Thomson
Most improved - Nevie Baker
 
Bantam B
Wildcat of the Year - Hiba Abouzeenni
Most Improved - Aislyn Rooney
 
Midget A
Wildcat of the Year - Paige Ford
Most improved - Mira Britain

Great work Wildcats! 
 
 
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