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Sarnia Sting Minor Atom MD Team Makes Local News!
Submitted By Caroline Vallee on Wednesday, January 31, 2018
The Sarnia Sting Minor Atom MD team – a group of nine-year-old hockey players – has won all five tournaments it has competed in this season in Canada and the U.S.


Front row (left to right): Julius Sinopole, Chase DeHaan. Second row (left to right): Duncan Smith, Casey Guerette, Harrison McEachren, Fergus Turnbull, Mason Guerette, Max Foster, Sam Dezort. Third row (left to right): Luca Andali, Jackson Campbell, Luke Anjema, Griffin Kerwin, Sullivan Toenders, Cameron DeSena, Brady Nesbitt, Brody Hyde. Back row (coaches left to right): Justin Turnbull, Rick Anjema, Head Coach Clint Campbell, Jay Toenders, Ian McEachren. Handout/Sarnia This Week
 
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