The Fort Frances Girls'/Women's Hockey Association's PeeWee Leafs travelled to Fargo, N.D. to play in the SCHEELS Girls' International Hockey Tournament over the weekend, where they wound up finishing in fifth place in the 12U 'B' division.
As a result of injuries and a short bench, the squad picked up two Atom Leafs' players in Davilyn Miller and Emma Wilson to complete their roster.
The Leafs opened tourney play Friday with a 4-1 win over the Andover Huskies.
Piper Miller scored twice while Hayden Allam and Davilyn Miller added singles.
In their second game on Saturday, the Leafs doubled the Moorhead Spuds 6-3.
Piper Miller led the way by netting a hat trick while Myla Perreault scored twice and Julia Guertin also tallied.
But the Leafs' fortunes changed later in the day as they were routed 7-1 by the Woodbury Royal.
Piper Miller tallied the lone goal in that one.
But the Leafs rebounded in a big way Sunday as they capped tourney play by beating the Stillwater Black 4-1.
Piper Miller scored twice while Allam and Guertin also bulged the twine.