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Eskasoni athlete named female midget ‘AAA’ league most valuable player

Erin Denny of the MacIntyre Chevy Panthers watches the play during a Nova Scotia Female Midget 'AAA' Hockey League game at the Membertou Sport and Wellness Centre earlier this season. The provincial league is currently accepting bids for a female midget 'AAA' team in Cape Breton after the operators of the team decided not to run the club next year. JEREMY FRASER/CAPE BRETON POST
Erin Denny of the MacIntyre Chevy Panthers was recently named the Nova Scotia Female Midget ‘AAA’ Hockey League most valuable player after finishing fifth in the league in points (28). JEREMY FRASER/CAPE BRETON POST

SYDNEY — Erin Denny can add another accomplishment to her growing list of success in hockey.

The MacIntyre Chevy Panthers forward was recently named the Nova Scotia Female Midget ‘AAA’ Hockey League most valuable player after finishing fifth in the league in points (28).

The Eskasoni product captained the Panthers last season and recently committed to playing for Saint Mary’s University in the Atlantic University Sport.

Panthers’ teammate Molly Baxendale was given the league’s most sportsmanlike award, while Shann Cox was named to the league’s second all-star team.

Meanwhile, Emma Swansburg and Jessica MacLean, both of the Panthers, were named to the rookie all-star team. Paul Carroll was recognized with the league volunteer award.

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