THE HYLAND READY Mix Hawks display their medals after wrapping up their Bantam League minor hockey season on the weekend.

Hawks end season on a high

Hyland Ready Mix squad played in Bantam hockey championship

The Hyland Ready Mix Hawks played for the Bantam League C championship in CVMHA action Sunday at Glacier Gardens Arena.

The Hawks earned a spot in the Bantam finals by going undefeated in the four playoff games leading up to the finals. In those four games,the Hawks only allowed an impressive five goals against, with goaltender Andrew Szilagyi posting back-to-back shutouts.

In the championship game the Hawks met another undefeated team. The Hawks fell behind by two goals before Hayden Leach tallied in the second period to cut the lead in half. Although the Hawks went into the third just a goal behind, they

allowed three goals in the final frame and lost the game 5-1.


– Hyland Ready Mix Hawks



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