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Bad weather didnt freeze the Peewee Rep from bringing home the gold
Submitted By Liz Bigelow on Sunday, December 18, 2016
Peewee rep bring home the gold despite the snowmageddon

The Peewee rep team braved the bad weather and travelled to Campbellford for a day tournament this weekend. They played until the buzzer sounded every game which led to a 2-0 win in the 'A' final over the host Campbellford Colts. All the kids played their hearts out and Tyler White who was tested often was named the MVP of the 'A' final. Coaches and families are very proud of our boys on their effort this weekend they earned it' (submitted by proud coach-Brad Barton) If you have a hockey photos/story you would like to share please email [email protected]

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