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Mazda Chiefs fifth at home tourney

Peewee hockey team wins two games and loses two games

he Mazda Peewee Chiefs finished fifth out of eight teams in their home tournament with a record of 2-2. The Chiefs won their first game against Powell River 3-0 and their final game against island rivals Cowichan Valley 6-2.

The losses were to Semiahmoo and the eventual winners of the tournament North Delta, who defeated Cloverdale 2-0 in the final. The Peewee Chiefs are now preparing for league play which will start in early November.

The Chiefs thank their many local sponsors for their support.

 

– Mazda Peewee Chiefs

 

 

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