Gold for Bantam As at Guelph Winter Classic, News (Grand River Mustangs)

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Dec 17, 2016 | Web Admin | 5039 views
Gold for Bantam As at Guelph Winter Classic
The Bantam As were the lone Mustangs squad to play Sunday (December 11th, 2016) in the Guelph Winter Classic finals and they won their category crown.  The Mustangs scored a pair of one-goal victories as they edged the Burlington Barracudas 1-0 in the semifinal and scored with less than two minutes to go in regulation time to slip by the Kitchener Lady Rangers 2-1 in the final.     

To read the full article and see all scores, visit: 
http://guelphsportsjournal.com/all-titles-leave-winter-classic-girls-hockey-tournament-with-visitors/

For more photos of the Grand River Mustangs Bantam A in action visit: 
http://guelphsportsjournal.com/photos-grand-river-mustangs-kitchener-bantam-a-girls-hockey/  


*Article and photo credit to Guelph Sports Journal
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