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Hewett, Dornian top performers

OLIVIA HEWETT of the St. Mary's Flames and goaltender Hannah Dornian of the Lorette Scorpions are this week's Winnipeg Women's High School Hockey League's players of the week.

Hewett, selected from the CTV Division A, recorded a goal and an assist in a 3-2 loss to the Vincent Massey Trojans last week.

Dornian was chosen from the Winnipeg Free Press Division for her performance in net last week in a 0-0 tie with the Miles Macdonell Buckeyes.

 

Winnipeg hosting lacrosse event

A major lacrosse event will be held in Manitoba this summer.

The Manitoba Gryphons junior lacrosse team announced Tuesday it has been approved by the Canadian Lacrosse Association to host the 2013 Founder's Cup Junior B National Lacrosse Championship Aug. 19-25 at the St. Norbert Arena.

A press conference will be held Feb. 5 to announce details and present the championship logo.

 

Moors, Huertas honoured

UNIVERSITY of Manitoba swimmer Kimberley Moors and men's basketball player Jonar Huertas have been named the Bisons Smitty's athletes of the week.

Moors, who returned to the pool this season after a seven-year hiatus, was the women's swimming team's top finisher as she placed fourth in the 50-metre butterfly event at the 2013 Canada West Swimming Championship at the University of Victoria last weekend. Her time of 28.51 seconds was just .40 off a bronze medal.

Huertas scored 51 points in a two-game home-court sweep of the Lethbridge Pronghorns last weekend. Huertas hit 10 of 19 three-point shots and played 73 of 80 minutes in the two games.

 

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 30, 2013 C6

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