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Sooke’s Midget C1’s take a bronze

Sooke's Midget C1's won the bronze at the Saanich Tournament, played on January 1 and 2.

  • Jan. 15, 2014 11:00 a.m.

In the Saanich Tournament played on January 1 and 2, according to the results posted on the Sooke Minor Hockey’s website, the Midget C1’s played exceptionally well. The team won five out of six games. After three hard fought periods, overtime and a shootout, the Sooke players clenched a 3-2 victory to win bronze medals.

Playing this weekend on Saturday January 11 (pictured here), the Midgets were defeated by one goal, with a final score of Saanich C4 3 and Sooke 2. On Sunday, the Midgets saw a better outcome, beating Saanich C3 8 to 2.

 

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