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Mar 21, 2017  |  Vote 0    0

uReport: Bishop Allen defeats Michael Power for TDCAA title

Bishop Allen wins 2-1 against their rival to take home title

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Championship team

Back row (from left to right): Mike McIntyre (coach), Maeve Reid, Claire Dalton, Katie Patterson, Remi Grnak, Jenna Toguri, Jennifer Italiano, Molly Hryciw, Sinead McKinnon, Tessa Dipierdomenico, Paloma Demonte, Claire Hryciw, Anna Kobylansky, and Nicole Ross (coach). Front row: Steph Ancimer, Nicole Iannelli, Kate Barnes, Bella Italiano, Jacqueline Colle, Emma Eisfeld, Hannah Szczepanowski, Julia Manarin; back row from left to right: Mike McIntyre (coach), Maeve Reid, Claire Dalton, Katie Patterson, Remi Grnak, Jenna Toguri, Jennifer Italiano, Molly Hryciw, Sinead McKinnon, Tessa Dipierdomenico, Paloma Demonte, Claire Hryciw, Anna Kobylansky, and Nicole Ross (coach).

Etobicoke Guardian

The Bishop Allen Academy varsity girls hockey team has defended their Toronto District College Athletic Association title.

The team won the title on March 3 with a 2-1 victory over Michael Power-St. Joseph High School at the MasterCard Centre.

The teams faced each other for the third year in a row in the championship.

Michael  Power opened the scoring near the end of the second period. But Biship Allen fought back with rookie Sinead McKinnon tying it up and Claire Dalton scoring the winner with just a minute left in the game.

Bishop Allen will take their 17-4-1 overall record into the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) provincial championships in Mississauga March 22 to 24.

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