The CVMHA Novice Comox Valley Panago team includes players: Adam DeLuca

Panago hockey team delivering red-hot action

CVMHA Novice squad will be in action March 13-15 at Comox Valley tournament

Comox Valley Panago has had a strong season so far with two great tournaments played out of town. They proudly represented the Comox Valley in Nanaimo and Campbell River with impressive games, enthusiasm and sportsmanship.

You can come see CV Panago in action at the Comox Valley Novice tournament March 13-15.

The team is the pride of their coaching staff – head coach Richard DeLuca, assistant coaches Garrett Clayton and Rob Mulrooney, and manager Trina Bay.

They are also the envy of all the Novice teams for their pizza-fueled team meetings and post-game deliveries.

“Thank you to Panago Pizza (owner Dean Boates) for being such a generous and tasty sponsor,” a team spokesperson said.

 

– Comox Valley Panago Novice Hockey

 

 

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