Forest won both the the U14 and U16 titles, with 3-0-0 records and placed second in U19.
The host Dragons topped the U19 division with a record of two wins and one tie, with Dana Crinklaw leading the way with five goals and an assist.
Crinklaw had two goals and one assist, in a 8-1 defeat of local rival London Lynx. Baylie Smith, Megan Webster, Cali Beattie and Maya McPherson, also scored, while Taylor Palmer picked up three assists.
McPherson had two goals, Crinklaw and Baylie Smith, one each, in a 4-1 downing of Kitchener.
Crinklaw potted two goals, while Sydney Smith,
Beattie and Webster had singles, in a 5-5 tie with Forest.
In U14 action, the Dragons were 2-1, losing only to Forest.
Viviana Aldridge had the lone goal in the loss.
Aldridge had two goals and an assist, while Dana Cadotte had one goal and one assist and Jaseena Cates, one goal, in a 4-2 win against Cambridge.
MJ Cadotte netted the game winner among her two
goals, as the Dragons edged Chatham Thunder, 6-5. Molly Grouette and Tessa
Boyce, both scored twice and Sophie Reid, had a goal and two assists.
Adelyn Pusching picked up the shutout as Dorchester blanked Paris, 4-0, in U16 action, going 2-1 overall.
Madisyn Rapai scored a pair of goals, with Mila Kowalski and Hailey Lindie, one each. Emily Frossard had two helpers.
Lindie had a goal and three assists, Halle Beldman, two goals and an assist and Rapai, a goal and two assists, in a 7-1 rout of Whitby. Brooke Hamilton scored twice and
Avery Brady had one goal and one assist.
Kowalski bulged the twine twice and Lindie once, in a 6-3 loss to Forest.
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