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South Grenville Ranger teams excel in tournament play

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Novice B Team 2 Rangers won all three games in Finch this past weekend claiming the "A" championship of the NGS Novice Mega Tournament.

South Grenville Ranger teams excel in tournament play

Novice

The South Grenville Rangers Novice C1 team played an excellent tournament this past week at the NGS Novice Mega Tournament. They tied their first game against North Dundas 1-1 with the goal being scored by Christian Hubbard-Jodoin. They won their second against NGS 1-0 goal. This time the goal, scored by Ashtin Akins, was complimented by a shutout performance from Willis Minish. They won their championship B division game against South Dundas 3-1. Goals scored by Christian Hubbard-Jodoin, Kayley Veenstra and Lucas Cook.

Over the weekend the Novice B Team 2 Rangers also played in a three-game tournament in Finch. The Rangers won the 1st game 8-1 against South Stormont, the 2nd game 4-0 against Kemptville earning a berth in the A finals. In the final, they won 3-0 against South Dundas, sweeping their games and making them the A champions of the NGS Novice Mega Tournament.

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The Midget B House #3 went undefeated this weekend in Nepean to win their tournament.

Peewee

On December 8, South Grenville Peewee C1 played an intense and fast paced game against Leeds. Thanks to some outstanding goaltending by Jase Hodge, the Rangers won 3-2. Hat trick by Hayden Wood, first goal assisted by Sean Ogston and Mackenzie Knapp, second goal unassisted and the third assisted by Charlie Swan.

Bantam

On Thursday, December 8, Bantam C played against Kemptville C2, losing 4-1. Goal by Greg Patrick, assisted by Dominick Veenstra. December 10 Bantam C played against Smiths Falls in a very close game, losing 1-0. Bantam C played against South Dundas Monday, December 5, tying 2-2. Both goals came from Kyle Hitsman with assists from Greg Patrick and Daniel Houston.

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