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Submitted By Hornets on Monday, February 24, 2020
On behalf of the Oakville Hornets, their coaches, teammates and families, we would like to honour the four seniors graduating from our Midget AA program. We wish them all the best in their future endeavours! #OnceAHornetAlwaysAHornet

Our seniors would like to thank all the people in the Hornets organization who have supported them and their teammates over the years. 

They would especially like to thank their coaches Gerry, Alyssa, Michelle and Victoria for all the time and effort they have put into coaching the team this year. Coaches, thank you for your patience, persistence and always believing in us.

Thank you for your guidance and continuing support and always helping our team to “Find a Way”.

Katie Bouwman #47
Katie has been playing hockey as a lifelong Hornet since the age of 7 years old. Over the years she has played HL, DS and rep with the Hornets. She has been able to give back in recent years by helping our younger teams in skills development sessions. She has been fortunate enough to play on some great Hornets teams over the years and has won 2 Lower Lakes Gold Medals, 1 OWHA Provincial Gold Medal and 3 Provincial Silver medals. 
She is committed to play hockey at Mount Allison University starting this September where she will move on to the second hockey family of her career.

Erin McPherson #11
Erin started her career with the Oakville Hornets Red Devils at the age of four. Over her 13-year hockey career with the Hornets she has won 2 gold and 3 silver medals at Provincial Championships and 2 gold and 4 silver medals at Lower Lakes. She is thankful for the amazing teammates that she has played with over the years, many of whom will be lifelong friends.
She is looking forward to pursuing Health Sciences at University in the fall.

Ella Murphy #15
Ella has been playing hockey since the age of 5 when she began her days as a Waterloo Rookie Raven.  She continued to climb the ranks making top teams and remained a Raven for 5 years where as a major Atom, she came fourth at Provincials and in minor Pee Wee won silver at Lower Lakes. Her journey then took her to her hometown of Kitchener where she played for the Lady Rangers for three years. She joined the Oakville Hornets for her third year of Midget AA and her grand finale of minor hockey.
Her dedication to hockey illustrates her pure love for the game as her main sport is actually field hockey. Balancing competitive hockey and field hockey is no easy task but she was insistent that hockey was a piece of her life that she was unwilling to let go of. After this season, she will spend her next four years playing D1 field hockey at Colgate University.

Rianna Spanier #21
Rianna started playing hockey at age five for the Prairie Storm Minor Hockey Association in her hometown of Balgonie, Saskatchewan. She moved to Ontario and joined the Hornets in 2012 as a “Purple Dragon” and was soon known as “that girl from Saskatchewan.”
She has attended the Provincial tournament every year she has had the opportunity; she won silver in 2016 and gold in 2015. She was also a member of the 2015 Lower Lakes champion team.
She will attend Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia this fall to study Criminology and is excited to continue her hockey life there.
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