REBELS participating in Port Carling Tourny, News (TCDMHA)

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Nov 16, 2013 | Vonnie Crawford | 836 views
REBELS participating in Port Carling Tourny
The TCDMHA Great Lakes Framing Co Atom Rep and Air Tech Mechanical Bantam Rep both travelled to Port Carling to participate in tournaments this weekend.  

The Atom Rep had 1 loss and 2 wins to finish 2nd in the Atom Division.  They will play in the A Division Final on Sunday @ 10:30 against local rival Shallow Lake Lakers.  

The Bantams with 2 wins and 1 Loss in Round Robin play will finish 3rd in the Bantam Division and play in the "B Division Final" against Highland Storm (Haliburton) on Sunday @ 3:30pm in Port Carling

Good Luck Boys keep up the good work
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