GRADUATING CLASS OF 2015!!!, News (Glanbrook Minor Hockey Association)

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GRADUATING CLASS OF 2015!!!
Submitted By Jason Shedden on Tuesday, June 16, 2015
The GMHA would like to congratulate the following players who have successfully graduated to higher levels of hockey for the 2015-2016 season.  These players are a true testament to the depth and development in Glanbrook.  We would also like to congratulate and thank all the coaches and volunteers that have had such a positive influence on these kids over the years.  

Novice
Luc Gauvreau (2007 Bulldogs)
Nolan McInnes (2007 Bulldogs)
Ryan Wercholaz (2007 Bulldogs)

Minor Atom
Jacob Caco (2006 Bulldogs)
Matthew Hlacar (2006 Bulldogs)
Luke Le Blanc (2006 Huskies)
Hunter Lozecki (2006 Admirals)
Jarett Moriarity (2006 Bulldogs)
Eric Valle (2006 Bulldogs)
Zackary Vanderelzen (2006 Admirals)
Connor Wallingham (2006 Admirals)

Major Atom
Luca Campolo (2005 Bulldogs)
Stephen Toltl (2005 Bulldogs)

Minor Peewee
Benjamin Cavanaugh (2004 Avalanche)
Lucas Fox (2004 Warriors)
Jayden Julien (2004 Warriors)
Jack Shedden (2004 Warriors)
Jackson Spraggon (2004 Bulldogs)

Major Peewee
Cameron Gauvreau (2003 Huskies)
Adrian Pulsone (2003 Bulldogs)
Drew Sheriff (2003 Warriors)

Minor Bantam
Marcus Cardinali (2002 Warriors)
Matthew Delry (2002 Warriors)
Andrew Poyton (2002 Bulldogs)
Ethan Sims (2002 Bulldogs)
Noah Trout (2002 Warriors)

Major Bantam
Cullen Ferguson (2001 Huskies)
Sean Golebiowski (2001 Huskies)
Hunter Hladysh (2001 Bulldogs)
Ethan Monaghan (2001 Avalanche)
Jordan Murphy (2001 Warriors)
Daniel Pulsone (2001 Bulldogs)
Aydyn Viegas (2001 Avalanche)

Minor Midget
Devon Connor (2000 Avalanche)
Austin Jensen (2000 Huskies)
Marino Moro (2000 Bulldogs)
Jacob Marshall (2000 Warriors)
Tristan Wells (2000 Warriors)

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