Peewee Tigers Represent WGHA at Central York Panther Pride Tournament, News (Whitby Girls Hockey Association)

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Peewee Tigers Represent WGHA at Central York Panther Pride Tournament
Submitted By Craig Vallbacka on Sunday, November 18, 2018
This past weekend the PW - HL team - The Tigers (with two amazing call ups) travelled to compete in the Central York Panther Pride Tournament. The host facility was the Magna Centre in Newmarket. The girls represented Whitby well.

They finishing atop the standings in their pool and making it to the semis where they lost by a goal (2-1).

This was a good measure to see how our centre ranks as there were teams from the Ottawa region, Toronto, Stoney Creek, and the host Central York association.     

It was a great experience to see the girls come together and how off their incredible talent outside of the normal HL loop.

Coach Tim Grose

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