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Hawks edge Wildcats

Baldur’s Chelsea Dearsley had a goal and an assist on Sunday as the Pembina Valley Hawks came back from a 2-0 series deficit to win their sixth straight Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League championship in Morden.

Lauryn Keen scored the game-winner on a power play and assisted on Dearsley’s marker as the Hawks beat the Westman Wildcats 2-1 and won the best-of-five championship series 3-2.

Melissa Hunt scored the lone goal for the Wildcats, who got 22 saves from Sky Brown

The Hawks will now travel to Weyburn to take on the Saskatchewan champion Weyburn Gold Wings in a best-of-three series from Friday through Sunday. The winner will represent the region at the Esso Cup.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition March 31, 2014

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Baldur’s Chelsea Dearsley had a goal and an assist on Sunday as the Pembina Valley Hawks came back from a 2-0 series deficit to win their sixth straight Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League championship in Morden.

Lauryn Keen scored the game-winner on a power play and assisted on Dearsley’s marker as the Hawks beat the Westman Wildcats 2-1 and won the best-of-five championship series 3-2.

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Baldur’s Chelsea Dearsley had a goal and an assist on Sunday as the Pembina Valley Hawks came back from a 2-0 series deficit to win their sixth straight Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League championship in Morden.

Lauryn Keen scored the game-winner on a power play and assisted on Dearsley’s marker as the Hawks beat the Westman Wildcats 2-1 and won the best-of-five championship series 3-2.

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