November 9-14, News, Peewee Hawks LL 8, 2015-2016 (Hagersville Minor Hockey)

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November 9-14
Submitted By Lynda on Monday, November 16, 2015
Hagersville Hawks PeeWee LL8 Nov 9-14

The Hagersville Hawks PeeWee LL8 had a strong week with a tie and a win.
November 12th seen the Hawks play Caledonia 4. It was a well-played game ending in a 2-2 tie. Goals were scored in this game by Ben Greenfield (assisted by Ethan Walton) and Jake Laforme (assisted by Laney Mitchell).
The team came ready to play on November 14th against Stoney Creek 11. Final score of this game was 9-0. Another shut-out for goalie Ryley Burman. Goals scored in this game were by Jake Laforme (3), Elliott Veld (2), Ben Greenfield (2), Noah Herkimer and Dylan Bezemer. Assists in this game were by Jake Laforme, Logan Mendes, Garrett Sommers, Ben Greenfield, Brayden Topp, Noah Herkiner, Delanee Denato and Elliott Veld. Great game and great team work!!
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