CHAMPS, News, Girls Lower Lakes Bantam B (Saugeen Shores Minor Hockey)

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Submitted By Chad Quanz on Sunday, November 24, 2019
The Lions Club Bantam B Girls represented Saugeen Shores this weekend at the annual Kitchener FallFest Girls Hockey Tournament.  With 4 round robin games in 24 hours the Storm played teams from Kitchener (5-2 Win), Woolwich (4-2 Win), Toronto (2-1 Win) and Woodstock (2-0 Loss).

The team met up with the Woodstock Wildcats in the Championship Final, this time coming out with a 2-0 Win for the Championship.  Congratulations to the team for showing some serious skills, resiliency, heart and above all some excellent team play.  A great accomplishment for the effort that this team puts in both on and off the ice!

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