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South Bruce Minor Hockey Boys are OFSAA CHAMPS!
Submitted By WebAdmin on Friday, March 22, 2019
Congratulations to the Sacred Heart High School boys hockey team who won the A/AA OFSAA championship this week!  They went undefeated, and won the championship game 3-2 in a shootout victory!  

Shown below are our South Bruce Blades players - way to go boys!!
(l-r) Jordan Borth, Clayton Dietz, Carter Schaus, Jeremiah Lemay, Curtis Ruetz, Trevor Fischer, Connor Borth, Keegan Fischer, Coleson Fischer, Kyle Durrer.
The coaching staff also includes MCMHA alumni, Clark Wilkinson.
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