The Muskie girls’ hockey team is heading in the right direction in its attempt to bring home a provincial title.
The black-and-gold, seeded third in the 16-team tournament, advanced to the quarter-finals of the OFSAA ‘A/AA’ girls’ hockey championships in Timmins after edging 16th-ranked St. Joseph CSS (Mississauga) 4-3 this morning to finish atop Pool ‘C’ play with a 3-0 record.
Fort High faced fourth-seeded Leaside HS, which had finished second in Pool ‘D,’ in their quarter-final showdown this afternoon (the outcome wasn’t known as of press time).
The winner advances to the semi-finals tomorrow while the loser is eliminated from further contention.
The gold- and bronze-medal games follow tomorrow afternoon.
Fort High had opened play yesterday morning with a 6-1 romp over fifth-ranked Anderson CVI (Whitby).
Captain Annalise (CC) Hayes led the way with a hat trick while Taylor Croswell, Kelsey Langtry, and Jessica Steele added singles.
Kamryn Sandelovich earned the win in goal.
The black-and-gold then blanked the 10th-seeded host ÉSC Thériault 2-0 yesterday afternoon.
Hayes netted both goals while Sandelovich earned the shutout.
Then against St. Joseph this morning, Croswell netted a hat trick while Jillian Calder got the Muskies’ other goal.
Hayes also chipped in with two assists.