King’s Women’s Hockey Team Wins Burlington Wave Invitational Tournament

Congratulations to the Women’s Hockey team who won the Burlington Wave Invitational Tournament on Wednesday, February 11th. They started the tournament well winning 7-1 vs. Christ The King from Georgetown. Lindsay Agnew opened the tournament leading King’s with a ‘hat trick’ (3 goals) in the first game. In their second game, they won 6-1, earning their way to the championship game against Corpus Christi, the same team they met in the final of their first tournament, in which they came up short. This championship match, however, would be different, with the King’s women coming out strong and controlling the game the entire way, winning 5-1. Nadia Rupoli allowed only 3 goals in the entire tournament. Two championship games and one title is a great season for the women. Congratulations Lady Cavaliers!

Historic Women’s Hockey Season Comes To An End



The Lady Cavaliers Continue Their Winning Ways

This season has been an exciting one for King’s first ever Women’s Hockey team, every game has been exciting for this small but ferocious team.  January 10th was no different, when the Lady Cavaliers took on the Titans from Holy Trinity.



Women’s Hockey Team Earns First Win in History!

In this, their first season, the King’s Women’s hockey team has had a successful first 3 games. Their first game vs. Oakville Trafalgar ended in a 4-4 tie, with Victoria Bach scoring all 4 goals for the Lady Cavaliers. In their second game they took on T.A. Blakelock from Oakville and lost a heart breaker 5-4 with Victoria Bach and Taylor McMahon scoring for the Cavaliers. With two close games the women were confident that a win would come their way. It did, on December 6th, they headed to Burlington to take on Burlington Central where they earned a decisive 4-2 victory. So with a 1-1-1 record at this point, they head into some uncertainty for the rest of their season with all of the Public Schools dropping out of the league.


History Made!

On Thursday afternoon 14 girls and 2 coaches made history as the first women’s hockey team took the ice at 16 Mile Sports complex.  This excited and talented group will look to make a splash in Halton this year.