Playoff Update - Big day in COW Land, News (Central Ontario Wolves AAA)

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Playoff Update - Big day in COW Land
Submitted By Jay Allen on Saturday, March 11, 2017
The Central Ontario Wolves is proud to give the following update on the teams that advanced past round one.

NOVICE: The Novices are currently playing Barrie for their birth in the OMHA Finals and are winning the series 2-1 (up 4 points to 2). The Novices have a chance to end the series TODAY at home in FENELON at 2:00PM. Please come out and support this talented group.



MINOR BANTAM: The seesaw battle with NCP continues after a win last night which puts your Minor Bantams up 2 games to 1. The Minor Bantam's have the ability to put away the Predators TONIGHT in SCUGOG at 7:30PM and continue their run to an OMHA Championship. After the Novice game in Fenelon please make the trip to Scugog for the Minor Bantam's.

BANTAM: After advancing past Quinte the Bantam's needed to beat YSE to advance. Although the series went to YSE the Bantam's put up a fight for all three games. In two of these games the score was tied going into the third. The Bantam's will get a chance at redemption and the OMHA Finals as they play a 1-game PLAY-IN against either Barrie or Peterbourgh Wednesday March 15th. Location TBD

MIDGET: The Midgets are in a battle with Markham that has the series at a win and a tie each or 3 points each in the race to 6. Their next game is in Markham (Village Arena) tomorrow at 8:00PM with a very important game back at home on Tuesday March 14th at 7:00PM in Scugog.

Please plan to attend as many as these games as possible and remember to wear your Wolves Jersey and or our Blue, Black and White.

Go.Wolves.Go
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