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Ice Hawks crowned B.C. champs

The Victoria Ice Hawks Pee Wee A Rep team is B.C. champion.

The Hawks defeated Vancouver Arbutus Club by a 4-2 count to earn the gold medal.

Victoria defenceman Jacson Alexander was the top scorer in the tournament with 20 goals.

Head coach Bill Geddie led the team to an undefeated Island league title to qualify for the provincials.

“Winning the B.C. championships was a great end to a very successful season,” said assistant coach Tom Turnbull.

 

 

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