Peewee Rep Tournament Champions!, News (Brock Minor Hockey Association)

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Oct 28, 2018 | bogrady | 923 views
Peewee Rep Tournament Champions!
The Brock Wild Peewee Rep team traveled to Shallow Lake this weekend to take part in their annual tournament. 

The boys started off a little slow bright and early Saturday morning in the first game of the tournament losing a tight game to the host team 2-1. They battled Dunville in their second game playing much better and were victorious 5-3.  Playing the early bird again on Sunday they were much more awake and beat St. George 11-0 playing their best game of the year so far.  The boys earned themselves a spot in the championship where they got a rematch against the host team and after a hard fought battle and 1-1 tie they scored the game winning goal with 0:40 seconds left and took home the championship.  It was a great team building weekend and the boys played their best hockey of the year so far.  Let's Go WILD!
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