Portage's own Oceane Asham held her own while picking up a gold medal for Team Manitoba at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC) over the weekend.

The tournament started on May 7 and concluded this past Saturday, May 14, with Team Manitoba coming away with the victory on the tournament's final day, defeating Team Ontario 3-2.

Asham picked up two goals and two assists in the round-robin of the NAHC. However, it was in the gold medal game where the 17-year-old, former Central Plains Capital, came up clutch, putting the puck in the back of the net and helping her province come out on top at the Membertou Sport and Wellness Centre in Nova Scotia by a score of 3-2.

Manitoba undoubtedly dominated this tournament, outscoring their competitors 30-7 in the round-robin, going undefeated with a 4-0 record. The girls continued to roll into the playoffs, outscoring their opponents 11-3 while climbing to the top of the mountain and earning gold.

The Portage la Prairie product and daughter of former NHL player Arron Asham, will look to continue turning heads next season when she suits up as a rookie for the D1 Minnesota State University Female Hockey Program of the NCAA.