Midget B Girls Team announced, News (Mt Brydges Minor Hockey)

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Midget B Girls Team announced
Submitted By DMarshall on Tuesday, June 19, 2012
The following players have been selected to the Midget B Girls team:
Black, Savannah
Catlos, Natalie
Dani, Courtney
Greenwood, Shauna
Holman, Amberly
McGill, Megan
McGrath, Cory
McNeil, Samantha
Poirier, Melanie
Rowe, Katie
Rowe, Shannen
Stubbs, Shaina
Van Hoof, MacKenzie
Westgate, Nicole

Thanks to all who participated in tryouts.

Congrats Girls!



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