GMHA FALL CLASSIC TOURNAMENT, News (Glanbrook Minor Hockey Association)

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Submitted By Jason Shedden on Monday, September 19, 2016
The GMHA would like to congratulate all the participants and champions from the 2016 Rep Fall Classic Tournament.  A special thank you to Cory Powell and his team of volunteers for a remarkable job orchestrating a very well-run event. 

Your own Glanbrook Rangers represented the association very well, reaching the finals in two divisions. 

The Major Peewee team was able to edge out the Penetanguishene Flames by a score of 3-1, while the Minor Midgets fell just short against a tough Niagara Falls Flyers team, 2-1.  Congratulations to the coaches and players, a fantastic start to your seasons!

Final Tournament Results  
Major Peewee – Glanbrook Rangers over Penetanguishene Flames, 3-1  
Minor Bantam -  Riverside Rangers over New Hamburg Huskies, 2-1  
Major Bantam – Whitby Wildcats over Hamilton Huskies, 4-0  
Minor Midget – Niagara Falls Flyers over Glanbrook Rangers, 2-1  
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