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October 25, 2018

Fournie takes Parkside to OFSAA field hockey

LONDON, ON. –  Maggie Gordon was vocal throughout the game. But the Parkside Stampeders' goalie was left speechless after her teammates qualified for OFSAA field hockey, blanking the Goderich Vikings, in the WOSSAA championship game. Aviva Fournie had the lone goal in the rematch of the final two years ago that Goderich won. Parkside returns to OFSAA for the first time since 2014. The tournament is November 1-3, in Burlington.

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October 18, 2018

Parkside wins third consecutive TVRA field hockey title

LONDON, ON. –  The reigning champions gave a lesson to the new kids on the block on how to remain the number one team. Renee Lammiman led the way scoring a hat trick, as the Parkside Stampeders won their third consecutive Thames Valley Regional Athletics (TVRA) field hockey title, defeating the Lord Dorchester Beavers, 9-0, in the final, at City Wide Fields. Parkside completes an undefeated run through TVRA, including shutting out the Strathroy Saints, 3-0, in their semifinal. The Stampeders advance to the WOSSAA game, against the Huron-Perth champion, Thursday at City Wide.

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October 11, 2018

Stampeders look beyond after clinching top spot in TVRA

LONDON, ON. –  The Parkside Stampeders will be the top team heading into playoffs. Wins over both the Medway Cowboys and Dorchester Beavers clinched first place in Thames Valley Regional Athletics (TVRA) field hockey, at City Wide Fields. Renee Lammiman, Savannah Williams and Grace Clinton scored, as Parkside blanked long time rivals Medway, 3-0. Lammiman, with two goals, Kendra Hulst and Grace Shackelton found the inside of the net, downing Dorchester 4-1. The Stampeders aim to get past WOSSAA and advance to OFSAA for the first time since 2014.
Dorchester will finish third in TVRA behind second place Medway.

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October 26, 2017

South Huron edges Parkside in WOSSAA field hockey

EXETER, ON. –  A late goal lifted the South Huron Sabres over the Parkside Stampeders, 1-0, in the Western Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association (WOSSAA) field hockey final, at South Huron secondary school. Parkside won the Thames Valley Regional Athletics (TVRA) title, on October 19, blanking Medway, 1-0. The Stampeders never allowed a goal while going undefeated over nine TVRA regular season and playoff games.

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October 19, 2017

Stampeders repeat as TVRA field hockey champions

LONDON, ON. –  The Parkside Stampeders are back to back field hockey champions. Kendra Hulst scored the game's only goal, midway through the second half, for a 1-0 shutout of the Medway Cowboys, in the Thames Valley Region Athletics (TVRA) final, at City Wide Fields. Goalie Vanessa Johnston picked up the shutout, without needing to stop a shot. The Stampeders move on to the WOSSAA championship, October 26, in Goderich. A year ago, Parkside beat Medway, 3-1, in the TVRA final. 

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October 27, 2016

Goderich edges Parkside for WOSSAA field hockey supremacy

LONDON, ON - Shea Frayne and Payten Lang potted goals, to lift the Goderich Vikings over the Parkside Stampeders, 2-1, in the WOSSAA girls' field hockey final, at City Wide Fields. Goderich moves on to the OFSAA championship for the third consecutive season. The Vikings were provincial silver medalists last year. Braelyn Dennis scored for Parkside.

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October 19, 2016

Stampeders gallop over Cowboys in TVRA field hockey final

LONDON, ON - They were just one game short of running the table for an undefeated season, but the Parkside Stampeders won the biggest game of the Thames Valley Regional Athletics field hockey season. Murranda McCallum, Braelyn Dennis and Aviva Fournie scored, in a 3-1 win over their arch rivals, the Medway Cowboys, in the TVRA final.

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October 6, 2016

Stampeders running away from the competition

LONDON, ON. - The Parkside Stampeders seem built for the turf at City Wide Field. Speedy with quick transition the Stampeders' field hockey team is the class of the TVRAA field hockey league with a 10-0 record.

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