Happy's Source for Sports Midget Tier 1 Chiefs pose with their VIAHA Island league championship banner.

Happy’s Chiefs hosting Island playoff game Saturday

First game in best-of-three series with Nanaimo goes 3 p.m. at Sports Centre #1

Having won the VIAHA Midget Tier 1 Island league championship, Happy’s Source for Sports Chiefs now have their sights set on adding the provincial banner to their trophy case.

The Chiefs host Game 1 in a best-of-three series with Nanaimo T1 this Saturday, Feb. 21 with game time 3 p.m. at Comox Valley Sports Centre Arena #1.

Seen here with the Island league banner are:

Top row – Derek Luty (HCSP), Ty Graham, Bekkam Willis, Linden Lennox, Kolby Antonelli, Colin Dixon, Caleb Dolman, Austin Heidt, Joe Surgenor, Dominic Dietrich, Alex Wilford.

Bottom row – Justin Mirabelli, Conor Luty, Jess Sekulich (Asst Coach), Jared Leblanc, Tyson Slater, Matt Henwood, Gord Lennox (Head Coach), Brad Crisp, Brayden Bennett.

– Happy’s Source for Sports Chiefs


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