The Aldergrove Peewee A1 hockey team is the President Series Playoff Champion.

Aldergrove Peewees are President’s Champions

The Aldergrove Peewee A1 hockey team is the President Series Playoff Champion.

The Aldergrove Peewee A1 hockey team is the President Series Playoff Champion.

It was a great end to the season. In the President series the team played six games, winning four, losing one, and tying one.

Congratulations to the boys for bringing home the banner. They worked hard and never gave up.

The team is (back row) assistant coach Paul Payne, Izaiah Muth, Jackson Creasy, Logan Anderson, captain Hayden Payne, assistant captain Ehtan Phipps, assistant captain Wyatt Christiansen, assistant captain Justin Sumners, Braedan Lalli, Leo Chen, assistant coach Mark DePedrina, head coach Shane Sumners, (middle row) Hunter Clarot, Mattis Paquet, Logan Neil, Nate VanSanten, Kobe DePedrina, Grayson Pamplin, (in front) goalie Cody Christiansen. Cindy Christiansen is the team manager,

 

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