The Comox Valley Real Estate Team (left to right) Back - John Wilson (coach)

Comox Valley Real Estate Team PeeWee A Chiefs with Island title

The Comox Real Estate Team PeeWee A Chiefs capped their regular season on a high note by taking home the Vancouver Island Div. 2 championship banner.

Kicking off the season with a challenging selection process and difficult tiering round, the newly established team started their 2015-16 journey. Although skilled as individuals, they quickly learned that success was achieved through teamwork, resulting in a bronze medal at the Seafair Thanksgiving tournament in Richmond.

They all grew as a team, accepting and recognizing the coaching staff’s goals of “defence first” and “hard work” as their key to success, which produced a gold medal in the Saanich tournament in January.

Their continued dedication to these goals and the team led to their victory as division champions. The players and coaching staff express their gratitude to their sponsor Comox Real Estate Team, parents and fans, and diligent manager and assistant for supporting them and making this season a huge success.

The finale of the season will be the March 2016 Hometown Heroes tournament in Ridge Meadows.

 

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