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Lightning strike to capture league banner

It may have been their first season playing together, but the Langley Lightning proved to be a quick study. The girls midget C2 hockey team captured their league banner after posting an impressive 17-2-1 record. -
It may have been their first season playing together, but the Langley Lightning proved to be a quick study. The girls midget C2 hockey team captured their league banner after posting an impressive 17-2-1 record.
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It may have been their first season playing together, but the Langley Lightning proved to be a quick study.

The girls midget C2 hockey team captured their league banner after posting an impressive 17-2-1 record.

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