Ramage Records Shutout, News (TCDMHA)

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Mar 16, 2010 | Vonnie Crawford | 730 views
Ramage Records Shutout
The TCDMHA "Desboro Garage" Peewee LL Rebels won their round robin play-off round on the weekend, against Shallow Lake and Arran-Elderslie,  

with their wins against Arran-Elderslie on the weekend.  Saturday in Chesley, Victor Ramage recorded the shut out while Luke Waugh scored the only goal of the game for the Rebels.  Sunday saw the two teams in Keady for game 2. The Rebels won 5-2.  Dylan Stephen netted two goals while Will McNabb, Evan Longland, and Ryan Graves each added singles for the Rebels.  Cameron Kemp Welsh and Austin Kuhl replied for Arran-Elderslie.  The Rebels will be moving on to a consolation round.
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