Putting their best face forward

Women’s ALL Commissioner Wade Thompson held a Ceremonial Opening Face-off between the Paris Riverwolves and St. Catharines Shockwave prior to their championship game at the ILA. The Riverwolves would go on to win and become this year’s ladies champions. (Photo By Neil Becker)

Women Shockwave silver medalist By Neil Becker Sports Writer It was a 2019 season full of great accomplishments for the St. Catharines ladies Shockwave. After dominating regular season play in finishing with a 10-2 record which had them tied with the Paris Riverwolves for top spot, it was onto the post season where the Shockwave fell just short in dropping a 5-3 championship decision on April 13th at the ILA against the Riverwolves. “I think they just wanted it more,” Shockwave’s Alisha Smith said. Smith had just completed her rookie season. “Chow (Chels) had an amazing game in net, our defence just came up short. Second isn’t too bad. Of course first would have been better but you win some and you lose some,” she said. Prior to that defeat,…

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