Wild players prepare for move to Alberta

Merissa Dawson and Catalina Hartland are moving on to play post-secondary hockey.

Former Kootenay Wild players Merissa Dawson (left) and Catalina Hartland are off to play post-secondary hockey in Alberta.

A pair of former Kootenay Wild players are taking a step up in their hockey careers.

Merissa Dawson and Catalina Hartland, who each played for the Wild major midget team last season, are moving on to play post-secondary hockey in Alberta.

Dawson, a Nelson defenceman, will join the Dinos at the University of Calgary where she’ll work on a psychology degree.

Hartland, a goaltender from Kaslo, is on her way to Olds College to play between the pipes for the Broncos while studying sports management.

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