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Mar 09, 2012 | Vonnie Crawford | 952 views
T.G.I.F. - REBELS have a good night
With some BIG games on the calendar for Friday Night entertainment, the Rebels went undefeated.

The Air Tech Mechanical Bantam Rep won Game 3 in their OMHA Semi-Final series against Douro 2-1.  With the Douro Dukes leading the series by 2 games the Rebels knew heading into tonight's game what had to be done to avoid elimination. When the Dukes took a 1 goal lead early in the game the Rebels never changed their game plan and played hard to ensure the win.  Game 4 will be played on Saturday @ 2:00 in Chatsworth.  GOOD LUCK BOYS!!!!!

The Horton Concrete Novice Rep traveled to Lucknow for Game 4 in the their best of 5 with the Rebels leading the series 2 games to 1 they also knew what had to be done and finished the series with a 3-1 victory.  The Rebels will advance to the Hodges Division Consolation Final against Drayton. 

The InLine Fencing PeeWee Girls travelled to Goderich to play in their 1st game of the Young Canada Week Tournament and finished with a 1-1 tie with Gabby McNabb scoring the lone marker.  The Girls will play 2 games tomorrow round robin play with the 1st game at 11:20.  Good Luck Girls, keep us updated on your success.

Complete game reports will be posted later.

SEE YOU IN CHATSWORTH @ 2:00 on Saturday.  

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