Kivell Nets One as Tykes End Season, News (TCDMHA)

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Mar 12, 2010 | Vonnie Crawford | 845 views
Kivell Nets One as Tykes End Season
In their final game of the season, the "Don Crawford Carpentry" Tykes played host to their hometown rivals, the TCDMHA Tyke #2 team.  Despite great goaltending on the part of Jade Gilchrist, the Tyke #1 team managed to beat the Tyke #2 team by a score of 9-2.  Nine different players provided the fire-power for the home team.  Scoring were Jack Kivell, with his first of the season, Austin King, Jack Murray, Charlie Scott, Chandler Weikmann, Jason Rudolph-MacLeod, Jordan Beirnes, Dalan Frook, and Calvin Stewart.  Grace Vokes was outstanding in net for Tyke #1, but Nick Garrett and Abby Vokes were able to capitalize on two different sensational breakaways.  Thanks to all of the fans who came out to support the Rebels teams.  See you again next year!

Despite great goaltending on the part of Jade Gilchrist, the Tyke #1 team managed to beat the Tyke #2 team by a score of 9-2.  Nine different players provided the fire-power for the home team.  Scoring were Jack Kivell, with his first of the season, Austin King, Jack Murray, Charlie Scott, Chandler Weikmann, Jason Rudolph-MacLeod, Jordan Beirnes, Dalan Frook, and Calvin Stewart.  Grace Vokes was outstanding in net for Tyke #1, but Nick Garrett and Abby Vokes were able to capitalize on two different sensational breakaways.  Thanks to all of the fans who came out to support the Rebels teams.  See you again next year!
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