15th Annual JMT Comes To A Close, News (St. Catharines CYO Hurricanes)

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15th Annual JMT Comes To A Close
Submitted By Hurricanes Admin on Monday, October 19, 2015
The 15th Annual John MacDonald Memorial Tournament drew to a close late Sunday afternoon with an exciting three days of hockey that saw 10 teams win championships.  Congratulations to all those teams that won and also to those teams that came and gave it their all.  This weekend, St. Catharines saw some exciting and competitive hockey that we won't soon forget.  Thank you to the sponsors and volunteers who helped make the event possible and thank you to the teams who came and put on such a good show of Canada's favourite sport!!!

In Novice Tier 3, the Buffalo Regals faced off against the Sarnia Jr. Sting, defeating them with a final score of 5-3.

In Novice Tier 2, The Cooksville Phantoms battled North Toronto Green to a 10-0 decision.

In Minor Atom, Cambridge Hawks defeated the Hamilton Huskies by a 3-2 score.

In Atom, we had the battle of Waterloo as the Waterloo Wolves White defeated the Waterloo Wolves Black 4-3 to capture the championship.

In Minor Peewee, the Hamilton Huskies defeated the Newmarket Redman 5-4 to claim the cup.

In Peewee, the Kitchener Rangers the cup with a 3-0 victory over the Stirling Blues.

In Minor Bantam, the Waterloo Wolves faced off against the Hamilton Huskies, defeating them with a final score of 2-1.

In Bantam, The London Bandits battled the Hamilton Huskies to a 4-3 decision.

In Minor Midget, the London Bandits defeated the Kitchener Rangers 2-1 to claim the cup.

In Midget, The Cambridge Hawks downed the Waterloo Wolves 4-3 to win their Championship.

Thanks once again to all the teams for making this tournament a great success, see you next year!

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