Celebrating 150 of Canada’s female football heroes (71-80)

71: Roberta Gordica, Okotoks Lady Outlawz

72: Katie Hungle

73: Natasha McMaster, Halifax Xplosion

74: Amanda and Courtney Tafelmeyer

75: Carmen Agar

76: Patricia Eko-Davis

77: Stacey Boldt

78: Krista Michelle Wighton

79: Linda Craig, Co-founder WWCFL

80: Maude Lacasse, QB, Team Canada 2017

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Celebrating 150 of Canada’s female football heroes (81-90)

81: Robyn Neill, Team Canada 2013

82: Kendra Jones

83: Roxanna Cox, Team Canada 2013

84: Justine Barter

85: Kaitlynn Girouard

86: Carisa Polischuk

87: Lori Smith, Saskatoon Valkyries

88: Carol Whitman

89: Tara Keohan

90: Mira Trebilcock, Regina Riot

Celebrating 150 of Canada’s female football heroes (91-100)

91: Kara Fillmore

92: Amy Mohr, Team Canada 2010

93: Laurence Thivierge

94: Payton Kuster, MVP of 2017 WWCFL finals

95: Lisa Klaverkamp, 2013

96: Breanne Ward, Manitoba

99: Ashley Clements

98: Teresa Yahnke

99: Cassey Brick

100: Annie Arpin

Celebrating 150 of Canada’s female football heroes (101-110)

101: Kimberly Grubb, Team Canada 2013, Montreal Blitz

102: Mubo Illelaboye, Team Canada 2017

103: Julie David, Saskatoon Valkyries

104: Tina Hetherington

105: Andrea Weichel

106: Lara Guscott, Kansas City Tribe

107: Jennifer Archer, Team Canada 2013, Montreal Blitz

108: Sue Childress, Calgary Rage, Team Canada 2013, Team Canada Flag Football 2014

One of the star players of the Calgary Rage during their early years in the WWCFL, Sue Childress’ proficiency also gained her a spot on the Canadian national team which earned silver at the 2013 IFAF Women’s Worlds in Finland. The opportunity to don the Canadian jersey would continue one year later. Having also excelled in flag football, Childress also made her mark in that facet of the game by competing with the Canadian national team. Returning to international play for the 2014 edition of the Flag Football Women’s Worlds, Childress was part of a gold medal winning roster that bested their American rivals.

109: Sonia Brodeur, Montreal Blitz, Team Canada 2017

110: Joanie Duchenseau, Team Canada 2017

Celebrating 150 of Canada’s female football heroes (111-120)

111: Breanna Bouchard, Edmonton Storm

112: Virginie Roberge

113: Annabelle Chevrier, Team Canada 2017

114: Lyndsay Murphy, MWFL, Calgary Rage

115: Christina Goulet

116: Julie Coleman

117: Jessica McCreary

118: Marie-Noelle Beaulieu

119: Wendy Iwaasa, Calgary Rage, Team Canada 2017

120: Virginie Roussel, Montreal Blitz

Celebrating 150 of Canada’s female football heroes (121-130)

121: Jacynthe Crochetiere, Team Canada 2010

122: Esther Hong, Calgary Rage

123: Tamara Sands Delong, Calgary Rage

124: Amelie Janson

125: Terri Shannon

126: Erin Devlin, Team Canada 2010

127: Katie Archibald

128: Rebekah Clark

129: Julie Sprague, Manitoba Fearless

130: Megan Jalbert

Celebrating 150 of Canada’s female football heroes (131-140)

131: Mary-Anne Hanson, BC Angels, Seattle Mist

132: Dianne Ikeda, MWFL

133: Alyssa Funk

134: Pauline Olynik, Team Canada 2013

135: Amy Salter, Team Canada 2010

136: Rhea Munro, MWFL

137: Ashlee Clements, Team Canada 2010

138: Emily Armsworthy, Halifax Xplosion

139: Shae-Lyn Woodroffe, Calgary Rage

140: Sarah Ingraham, Halifax Xplosion