Bantam AE Tournament Champions, News (Whitchurch Stouffville Minor Hockey Association)

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Bantam AE Tournament Champions
Submitted By Charlene Mason on Thursday, January 9, 2020
Congratulations to our Bantam AE team who went undefeated in the Fort Erie Winter Challenge Cup. They battled hard all weekend with round robin points in each game: Orillia Terriers (4-1), Ayr Flames (2-2), Burford Coyotes (5-1), Twin Centers (3-2). The Clippers took the first seed and a bye into the Finals.
The Championship game was a tough one against a battle tested Ayr Flames. Well into the 3rd period the game was still scoreless. With 2.5 seconds left in the 3rd, the Clippers avoided overtime with a thrilling goal. Stouffville with a shutout 1-0 victory to take gold. Congratulations boys!

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