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Central Ontario Bantam’s Continue to Impress.
Submitted By Jay Allen on Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Your COW Bantams traveled to Peterborough to play in The Ice Fest Tournament this past weekend.  



Having been placed in a very tough pool they went undefeated throughout round robin play (4-0) with a big overtime win against their rivals, 2017 OMHA Champions, Guelph Gryphons.  

The boys then faced Grey Bruce in the quarter final match. After 3 OTs the boys came out on top in a very physical and emotional 5-4 win.  

Kingston was no match for the hard working, dedicated and disciplined Wolves and were eliminated in a 4-1 Semi Final.  
Advancing to the Finals meant the boys would face-off once again with The Guelph Gryphons. Unfortunately, their only loss of the tournament came in the Finals.  

Excellent record of 6-1 with 24 goals for and 16 against. GO WOLVES GO!!!!!   
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