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Bantams fought hard at the OMHA Championships
Submitted By Jay Allen on Sunday, March 19, 2017
Congratulations to the COW Bantam team that went 1-3 in round robin play this weekend. As expected the games were very close and in each of their 4 to 2 losses your Wolves were either tied or within a goal going into the 3rd period. After a heart breaker loss to Barrie which saw your Wolves dominate them in the 1st and 2nd the Wolves would end the tournament by handing YSE their only loss of the tournament and only their 7th loss of the season with a 4-3 victory. The COW Bantam Coaching Staff and Parents would like to thank everyone that attended the games this past year and this weekend. It was a great year for all involved.

Go.Wolves.Go

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