Celebrating our Junior Graduates, News (London Devilettes)

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Celebrating our Junior Graduates
Submitted By Steve Milne on Thursday, March 2, 2017
Best Wishes to our 2017 graduating players! Hillary #5, Katie #9, Abbey #22, Courtney #8, Katreena #6

Hillary Brennan # 5: Hillary has been loving and playing hockey for 10 years.  She is a Forth Year High School Honor Student, staying busy with Basketball, Soccer; and Captain of her High School Hockey Team.  Hillary has received Early Acceptance to three Universities to pursue a career in Child and Family Studies, her passion is to work in an environment that assists children through difficult situations and helps them succeed to their maximum potential.  Hillary has plans in the future to volunteer as a Minor Hockey Coach sharing her skills and hockey knowledge. 

Katie Heath # 9: Katie is currently a grade 12 student at Our Lady of Lourdes High school in Guelph. She has been playing hockey for 12 years. This fall, Katie will be studying nursing at the University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology. She is also looking forward to joining the Ridgebacks on the varsity women's hockey team.

Abbey Caldwell # 22: Abbey is currently a grade 12 student at South Huron District High School.   She started playing hockey in Atom and has been a Devillette for 7 years.  This fall Abbey will be attending Laurentian University in Sudbury to study Kinesiology and plans to continue her education to become a Physiotherapist.  While at Laurentian, Abbey is excited to be a Voyageur on the Varsity Women's Hockey team.

Courtney Gardiner # 8: Courtney has been playing hockey for 14 years and has been with the juniors for one season.  Courtney is heading to Alberta in April for a 12-week firefighter program.  Following this she will be attending York University, she will be joining the varsity hockey team and be a student in the Disaster and Emergency Management program with a career goal of becoming a firefighter.

Katreena Whiteye # 6: This is Katreena 9th year playing hockey, and second year with the London JR Team. She will be attending Brock University next fall and entering into the Business and Sports management program. Katreena will become a Badger as a member of the women's varsity hockey team. She is very excited to open the door to this new experience, in hopes of trying new things and further developing hers.

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