Atom and Peewee Final Days Results, News (Sarnia Hockey)

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Atom and Peewee Final Days Results
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Thursday, March 28, 2019
Final days are here, closing out the season for our Atom and Peewee teams.  We hope you have all enjoyed your seasons, made memories and met a lot of new friends!!!  The following are the results:

Atom A Cup Winner - Team White, Team Green Finalist
Atom B Cup Winner - Team Teal,  Team Tan Finalist
Atom C Cup Winner - Team Black, Team Orange Finalist
Atom D Cup Winner - Team Blue, Team Gray Finalist
Atom E Cup Winner - Team Red, Team Gold Finalist

Peewee A Cup Winner - Team Blue, Team Red Finalist
Peewee B Cup Winner - Team Maize, Team White Finalist
Peewee C Cup Winner - Team Black,  Team Gray Finalist
Peewee D Cup Winner - Team Green, Team Teal Finalist

Congratulations to all!

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