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North Star Sophie Burnett-Scott, pursued by Oshawa Lady Blue Knight Grace Stewart,
scored one of two goals in the first of Owen Sound's U11A games Sunday.
She also scored in the second game, against the Newmarket Redbirds.


The Owen Sound Soccer Complex was the centre of provincial field lacrosse this weekend as teams from across southern Ontario came up to the Saugeen peninsula for regular season Ontario Women's Field Lacrosse (OWFL) play.

Our weekly report from the Owen Sound Girls Field Lacrosse teams has the results from their hometown tournament below, but first a look at some tournament action from Sunday, June 4.

The Hub was also at the opening game Friday night, under the lights of the Kiwanis complex's main field.


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North Star Reese Harvey is challenged by Oshawa's Madeline Crosby, in U15 play Sunday.


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Shelter from the sun helped keep teams cool at the weekend tournament.
Owen Sound's U15A team takes a break Sunday aftenoon.


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North Star Adele Furguson keeps the ball away from
Knight Abigail Fernandes in U11A play Sunday morning.


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Owen Sound's Molly Richardson gives some run-by side-eye to
Oshawa's Sophie Shaw Sunday morning on the U11A mini field.


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North Star U11A goalie Isla Nickel meets Knight Logan Pakosta in front of the net.


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U15A North Star Ava Ward is defended by Oshawa's Ruby Annese
in the weekend's final game Sunday afternoon at the Kiwanis complex.


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Owen Sound's Olyvia Wagner reaches high to try for the ball held by
Blue Knight Myah Hnatko in U15A play at the North Stars' home field.


– by Hub staff
David Galway


Owen Sound Girls Field Lacrosse Weekly Report

And the results are in! League play was in Owen Sound this weekend.

The Hub thanks all involved for sending in these reports, week after week, after all the planning and travel and coordinating and competition are done. We think you're amazing!


The Owen Sound U19 Creative Playgrounds women’s field lacrosse team was host to the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks in JEWL division play on Friday night.

At half-time Owen Sound trailed by one but dominated the third quarter to take a 9-5 lead and managed to hang on to win 13-10.

Goaltender Gillian Warren had another strong performance making critical saves and was awarded the team's player of the game.

Jillian Goldie scored 4 goals; Brooklyn Doyle, Courtney Scott, Edyn Beyer and Dani Strong each scored a pair, and Karly Low had a single.

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The team hosted Orangeville the following morning where their two-game winning streak came to a close.

Despite dominating the draw circle, Owen Sound struggled to take advantage of their scoring opportunities and lost 17-11.

Scoring for Owen Sound was Jill Goldie with 6, Brooklyn Doyle had a pair and singles came from Karly Low, Cassidy Low and Edyn Beyer.

A special thanks to our community for showing their support this weekend! It was a privilege to play in front of a home crowd.

Owen Sound takes the field again Friday night in Acton for back to back games. They play the undefeated Oshawa Lady Blue Knights at 6:30 p.m. and Toronto Beaches at 8:30 p.m.




Our hometown games saw two big wins for the Owen Sound U19A Krueger Steel team.

Kicking off the first matchup was a 12-0 win against Mimico 2.

Goals scored by Hannah Davies (2), Aliviah McCall (2), Camryn Stauffer (2), Willow Smith (2) and singles by Grace Smyth, Ryann Seaman, Emily Gordon and Payton Duwyn.

The team kept the momentum going when they faced the Guelph Regals.

North Stars topped the Regals by a score of 10-3.

Goals scored by Willow Smith (3), Grace Smyth (2), Ryann Seaman (2). Singles from Camryn Stauffer, Ella McCoubrey, and Aliviah McCall.

Mykah Harris was outstanding in net for the North Stars making a number of key saves.

Huge thanks to the volunteers and organizers for an awesome weekend in Owen Sound! Next action will be on Saturday when the North Stars travel to Burlington.



The Owen Sound U15A Fire Fighters won a pair of closely contested games on their home weekend of the Ontario Women’s Field Lacrosse season on Saturday. 

The North Stars won their first game versus Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks by a score of 7-6.

Bree Wilkins led the attack for the North Stars with four goals. Sara Barfoot added two goals for the home team while Avery Seaman had one. 

In their second game the North Stars topped the Halton Hills Bulldogs by a score of 8-7.

Wilkins was the leading scorer again for the North Stars with three goals. Leah Cooper had one goal and three points, while the other goal scorers for the North Stars were Taryn Weppler with two, and Camryn Laycock and Seaman with one each. 

Marley Woodhouse was outstanding in net for the North Stars, making a number of keys saves to preserve the two wins. 

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Next action for the U15A squad will be Saturday when the North Stars travel to Burlington to play the Orangeville Northmen and the Orillia Lady Kings.



The Owen Sound U15 B John Shute Optometry team played in Owen Sound on Saturday afternoon. In front of the hometown crowd they played a hard fought game against Newmarket, ending in an 8-8 tie.

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Noelle Brewster had a hat trick, with single goals from Megan Nissen, Charlotte Fox, Caitlin Tran, Ally Scott and Lily Shute.

In their second game, they won a lopsided affair against Burlington 2 by a score of 17-2.

Goals were scored by Lily Shute (5), Noelle Brewster (3), Ally Scott (2), Megan Nissen (2), Jenna Cranny (2), Leah Sundermeier, Lauren Neil and Addison McCoubrey.

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The team is looking forward to their upcoming bye week.



The Owen Sound U13 Legacy Ridge Golf Course squad hosted two home games this weekend.

First match was against the Kitchener-Waterloo, which defeated them by score of 9-1.

Goal scored by Ella Todd.

The girls held strong in the first quarter of their second game against top team Oshawa but fell short in a loss of 10-2.

Single goals by Ella Todd and Hailey Frede.

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The team will be heading to Burlington next Sunday afternoon for their next matchup.

A big thank you to all the volunteers for hosting this weekend and making it a huge success.


So great to be at home this weekend!!

The Owen Sound U11A Ron Hopper Real Estate team split their league play games in Owen Sound on Sunday.

The team had a 13-2 loss against Oshawa (Sophie Burnett-Scott and Adele Ferguson each with 1 goal), but was ready for a comeback in their second game.

The team defeated Newmarket in an exciting 10-9 match-up, with goals by Adele (3), Keeva Fox (3),Tessa Matheson (2), Hanna Carr (1), and Sophie Burnett-Scott (1), plus 3 assists by Molly Richardson.

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The girls would like to thank all the organizers and volunteers who helped make the home weekend so fantastic!!!

A big shout out to Brandon Stauffer (super fan!) and Kelly Wilkins for all of their hard work.

The team is next in action on Sunday in Burlington.




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