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Mavericks see U13 league season come to an end in West Final

Warman wins series two games to none after Moose Jaw sweeps Davidson to advance
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The Moose Jaw Carpet One Mavericks made it all the way to the West Final in the Saskatchewan Female Hockey League U13 A division but ran into a tough Warman team and have seen their league campaign come to an end.

The Mavericks dropped a 4-2 decision to Warman in Game 1 before falling 6-3 in the rematch, giving the Wildcats a two-games-to-one victory in the best-of-three series. Moose Jaw had advanced to the final with a two-game sweep of their own, as they defeated the Davidson Huskies 4-1 in back-to-back games.

Things aren’t over for the Mavericks, as they now turn their focus to the South East Gold Wings in their provincial semifinal. That series kicks off Wednesday night at the Kinsmen, with Game 2 in Weyburn on Mar. 16.

Warman 6, Mavericks 3

Moose Jaw took a 2-1 lead out of the first period but saw Warman get all of that back and then some with a three-goal second that saw the Wildcats take a 4-2 edge. 

Taya Babich and Madeline Hopkinson scored for the Mavericks in the first period, Babich had their lone goal on the power play in the third.

Blair Bennet was in goal for Moose Jaw throughout their playoff run,

Warman 4, Mavericks 2

It was Warman who got off to a great start in the series opener, taking a 3-0 lead and holding a 4-2 edge through two periods.

Warman led 4-0 when Willow Scott scored shorthanded and Hopkinson added another marker in the final 10 minutes of the second. Sophia Page had two assists.

Mavericks 4, Davidson 1

The West semifinal clincher saw Moose Jaw leading 2-0 heading into the final frame before adding another goal early in the third to finish things off.

Hopkinson and Scott each had a goal and an assist, Atlee Feiffer and Kenzie Hazell also scored for the Mavericks.

Mavericks 4, Davidson 1

After finishing off the Swift Current Colts in two games, the Mavericks got round three off to a great start with a 2-0 first-period lead and 4-1 edge through two.

Hopkinson recorded two goals and three points, Babich had a goal and an assist and Hazell had their other marker. Scott picked up three assists.

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