Bantam Chiefs, from left: Emmery Golchert, Brian Robbins, Quinten Harvie, Chay Trickett, Thomas Plant, Jordan Vincent, Kevin Okuma, Logan Moorhead, Robert Wilband, Dalton Weaver, Easton Williams, Nicholas Ho-Jackson, Aodhan Hildebrandt and Ryder Lally. Missing: Austin Montgomery-Parsons, Brigham Nye, Kieran Ho-Gillis, Logan Groves and Nolan Phoenix.

Chiefs compete at Kamloops tourney

The Comox Centre Mall bantam T1 Chiefs compete at the Kamloops International Bantam Hockey Tournament (KIBIHT) Jan. 2-6.

A huge thanks to a couple of sponsors who helped the team get hoodies for this tournament. Special mention goes to Corey Sawchuk at Comox Valley Hyundai and Courtenay Mazda for his generous donation.

The team also thanks Heather at Hitec-Brazen Screen Printing for going above and beyond with excellent service.

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