The bantam A3 Rustlers.

Bantam A3 Rustlers win league banner.

The Rustlers finished the regular season with 44 points.

The Ridge Meadows Rustlers bantam A3 hockey squad won the Flight 6 banner.

The Rustlers finished the regular season with 44 points, and will now await a playoff schedule, and will work hard to make it to the final four.

The Bantam A3 team consists of Madison Fox, Dominic Lagrange, Asher Braski, Luke Budisa, Justin Cloete, Matthew David, Tanner Eaton, Cam Gjaltema, Trevor Graham, Dylan Hetherington, Damian Richards, Nick Roussel, Jake Sheridan, Jacob Shkwarok, Tomislav Stojcic, Xavier St.Peter, and Cole Treleaven. Head Coach Tavis Eaton, Asst. Coach Rob Sheridan, and Asst. Coach Bob Graham.

 

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