Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Chiefs take home top honors in McCall tournament

Local team wins 3rd annual Pink at the Rink

The Hailey Chiefs pose after winning the championship game in the Pink at the Rink Tournament in McCall.

The Hailey Chiefs traveled to McCall over the weekend to compete in the 3rd annual Pink at the Rink Tournament and came away victorious in the coed division.

The major fundraiser tournament was dedicated on the awareness of breast cancer. The Hailey Chiefs (along with all the other teams in the tournament) changed their names for the tournament and the cause.

The Hailey Chiefs were known as the Tittie Hawk Chiefs for the tournament and went 4-0 on the weekend.

The tournament kicked off on Friday, Nov. 4, with the Tittie Hawk Chiefs shutting out Thanks for the Mammaries, 6-0.

Goal scorers for the game were Christine Davis-Jeffers, Wendy Speth, Scott Murray, Sheila Naghsh (2) and Anthony Naghsh.

The locals from Hailey then won 5-1 in the second game over Mammnesia to put them into the semi-finals that night.

Goal scorers for the game were Jay Hedrick, Tony Mallane, Scott Murray, Sheila Naghsh and Tyler Davis-Jeffers.

In Saturday's semi-final game, the Tittie Hawk Chiefs won 4-1 over the Low Hanging Fruit to put them into the championship game on Sunday morning.

Top scorers on the game were Kainoa Lopez, Jay Hedrick and Scott Murray (2).

In the championship game on Sunday, the Tittie Hawk Chiefs had a rematch with the Mammaries. The game had the same outcome as before as the Chiefs came away victorious and shut out the Mammaries, 3-0.

The top goal scorers for the championship game were Ben Talmadge, Kainoa Lopez and Ned Burns.

Also playing in the tournament were Bryan Speth, Sarah Benson and Vilnis Nikolaisons between the pipes.

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