Hockey Tournament Recap, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Jan 07, 2018 | Administration | 1070 views
Hockey Tournament Recap
Lots of hockey has been played here in Gananoque the last two weeks.

Thank you to all the players, coaches and parents, from near and far, that have played in Gan's tournaments.

Thank you to the fans who came down to the arena to support their teams and watch the games.

Thank you to all the parents and volunteers who manned the raffle tables, sold 50/50 tickets and updated scores.

Special thank you to Brian Ritchie, Scott Baldree, Jeremy France and Paul Macdonald for their countless hours behind the scenes work in organizing and running all these tournaments.

Tournament Champions
Novice Rep -- Randy Payne Memorial Tournament -- Frontenac Flyers d. Brockville Braves 
Atom Rep -- Gary Mangan Memorial Tournament -- Brockville Braves d. Gananoque Islanders
Peewee Rep -- Gary Mangan Memorial Tournament -- CharLan Rebels d. Frontenac Flyers
Bantam Rep -- Rich Robinson Memorial Tournament -- Brockville Braves d. Kanta Blazers
Midget Rep -- Scott Easton Memorial Tournament -- Gananoque Islanders d. Pembroke Kings


Novice House League  -- Blackburn Stingers d. Smiths Falls
Atom House League -- St. Isidore d. Gananoque Islanders
Peewee House League -- Gananoque Islanders RED d. South Grenville Rangers
Bantam House -- Brockville Braves d. Napanee Stars
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