Six Nations Wild miss out on ‘A’ championship glory

Six Nations Wild forward Kaiya Maracle shows great sportsmanship following a tough LNHL Midget Girls ‘A’ championship loss against CMO United. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer Looking stunned Six Nations Wild coach Dennis MacDonald was at a loss for words. After qualifying for three of the past four years in the LNHL Midget Girls ‘A’ championship, the Wild came up empty after a lot of chances but ran into a hot goalie in dropping a 1-0 decision against CMO United. “Always a bridesmaid and never a bride,” MacDonald said in coming up empty all three times playing for the gold. “We didn’t score on our chances. We out chanced them, but didn’t score.” The Wild, who lost last year’s ‘A’ finals to Nipissing dominated CMO United both in territorial play and shots on goal which included half a dozen from forwards Alissa General and Kaiya Maracle. “Well obviously it’s tough to…

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