Caitlyn Cobean Memorial Tournament, News (TCDMHA)

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Feb 07, 2015 | Vonnie Crawford | 2326 views
Caitlyn Cobean Memorial Tournament
The TCDMHA Lady Rebels "C" Teams are participating in the Caitlyn Cobean Memorial Silvertstick Tournament this weekend in Saugeen Shores.  

CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY -  Midget Girls are starting with the SEMI-FINALS 11:30 in Paisley.  Atom & PeeWee will play in championship finals and look forward to the Midget Girls joining them for the finals later in the day at the Plex in Port Elgin.

The Desboro Lion's Club Atom "C" girls are undefeated with 4 straight shutouts and have earned a spot in the Championship game on Sunday @ 12:45 at the Plex in Port Elgin vs South Huron Sabres.  ATOM GIRLS WIN GOLD at Silverstick with a 2-0 win over South Huron Sabres

The Chatsworth Royal Canadian Legion Branch  464 PeeWee "C" girls, with 3 wins in round robin play and a 4-0 win over Walkerton  Capitals will advance to the Finals on Sunday 3:15 vs the Lucan Irish.  PeeWee Girls bring home silver after loosing a close 1-0 game against Lucan

The Country Charm Mennonite Furniture Bantam "C" girls had 3 very close, hard working game but didn't advance to the Sunday finals.
 
 The Town and Country Garden Centre Midget "C" girls with 2wins & 1 loss have finished tied for 1st in their pool and will advance to the Semi Finals @ 11:30pm in Paisley vs Lucknow Wingham '86ers.  Midget Girls had a 1-0 win over Lucknow to advance to finals against Ilderton Jets and came home with Silver after a 2-1 loss.

GOOD LUCK REBELS


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