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Cranbrook's Atom House team wins tournament

(Back) Coach Tom (Coach Bernie absent). (Back row from left) Chase, Gavin, Matt, Nick, Rylie, and Nathan. (Front row) Aiden, Drake, Carter and Lex. - Photo submitted
(Back) Coach Tom (Coach Bernie absent). (Back row from left) Chase, Gavin, Matt, Nick, Rylie, and Nathan. (Front row) Aiden, Drake, Carter and Lex.
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Cranbrook’s Atom House team recently travelled to the Young American’s Day Tournament, held in Spokane. The team emerged victorious amongst 14 other teams from the U.S. and Canada. Of note is the 5 - 1 win against Trail, a team that had held the other teams scoreless in their first three games.

“It was fun and the nine skaters played so well, as did our goalie,” said Coach Tom Dupley.

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