Pee Wee C2 wins Squamish tourney

Take gold with 6-0 win over Coquitlam in final of tournament

The pee wee C2 hockey squad from Ridge Meadows won the Squamish tournament, which ran from March 21-23 and included teams from across the province, including three from Ridge Meadows.

The pee wee C2s won gold with a 6-0 win over Coquitlam in the final.

The team’s roster includes Alex Paulsen, Seth Erlendson, Nicholas Miller, Colby Anderson, Aidan McKay, James Ross, Griffin Farrell, Brody Desaulniers, Cameron Budisa, Dawson White, Michael Paulsen, Hayden Gowitt, Brayden Medford, Ruben Gurm, Brendan Morrison and Riley Lyons.

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