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International Silver Stick WIN
Submitted By Chris Inglis on Monday, January 20, 2020
The Bantam A White Colts take home the International Silver Stick in Port Huron MI!!

Our Colts Bantam A White battled through 6 games and takes home gold in the International Silver Stick Finals in Port Huron MI. We started the Round Robin taking on Michigan's St. Claire Shores Saints (2-1 Win), Maryland's Metro Maple Leafs (4-2 Win) and Sudbury's Nickel City (6-4). Then a big win in the Quarters against St Mary's Rock (4-2 Win). Semi's brought us head to head with the Essex Raven's where the boys played a fast paced and nail biting game, winning 2-1. The Gold Game had our Barrie Colts laced up against a Hot Halton Hills Thunder. Halton puts a goal on the board first and our boys responded with 2 of their own to win the game 2-1. Our Team faced a lot of adversity this weekend and by pushing through like they did they created a bond they will have for a lifetime. In the words of a wise parent - "Boys Step Back, Men Step Forward". We are all proud of you guys. !!! Congrats Men, you deserved this ! 
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