The Sooke Midget C2 team finished a strong season by winning its Div 1 League Banner in late March.

Banner for Midget C2 squad

The Sooke Midget C2 team finished a strong season by winning its Div 1 League Banner.  Playoff games on March 26-27 had them facing the other Sooke Midget C1 team and when they defeated them they came up against first-place Kerry Park C1 who only had one loss all season long. The Sooke team, firing on all cylinders, took a nail-biter of a game by one goal to end the season on a really exciting note.  

Pictured in photo above: Back row: L-R – Steve Millward, Erick Wickheim, Ryan Elder, Jordan Watson, Daniel Hymers, Trevor Wickheim, Jordan Bouvier and Mike Madill.

Middle row: L-R   Anthony Simms, Linden White, Iain Sutherland, Dallin Madill, Jacob Millward Front row:  L-R   Jarret Ollett, Ty Milligan Missing from photo:  Garrett Johnston, Tyler Oleksiew and Pete White.

 

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