Update -- U15s in PEC Final, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Update -- U15s in PEC Final
Update ....

Unfortunately, Gan lost 3-0 to the Caster River Canucks in the finals.
Despite the loss our U15s had a great weekend - they should all hold their heads high of their accomplishments, ie winning two games in OT and knocking out the top seeded team after round robin play.
Coach Bowman said he couldnt be more proud of his team! 


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Way to go Gan!!
Off to the finals they go ... 
Gan d. PEC by a score of 3-1 

Finals at 2:30pm in PICTON
They will be playing either Castor River or Mooretown.

GO GAN GO!!


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Our U15 Rep team is in the semi finals of the PEC Milk Tourney this morning at 10am.
They are playing the PEC Kings @ the Picton Arena.

Yesterday in the 1/4 finals, they defeated the top seeded team, South Muskoka Bears, in OT!!

GO GAN GO!!!!






GO GAN GO!!!

Good luck to our U15 REP team as they head down to the County to participate the 
RECHARGE with MILK PEC TOURNAMENT this weekend.


Friday October 28 @ 2:30pm  vs South Muskoka Bears (PCC)
Friday October 28 @ 6:45pm  vs Cornwall Colts (PCC)

Saturday October 29 @ 12:15pm vs South Stormont Selects (PCC)

...and hopefully they will advance into the playoff rounds
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