Warriors take Seattle tournament

The Ridge Meadows Hockey Four Warriors went undefeated in the Seattle Junior Hockey Association Spring Festival, and won gold

The H4 Warriors celebrate their tournament win.

The Ridge Meadows Hockey Four Warriors went undefeated in the Seattle Junior Hockey Association Spring Festival, and won gold  on March 15.

Players on the team are Jacob Douglas, Ryder Marshall, Josh Bettesworth, Lachlan Freer, Coleton Potter, Kienan Savard, Kyle Allan, Spencer Fowle, Cole Zilkowsky, Kyle Morrison, Brady Knopp, Kayden Neustaedter, Jamie Thomson, Davyn Blais, and Kadence Birth.Coaches are Marc Douglas, Kyle Knopp, Chris Bettesworth and Riley Birth.

 

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