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A nice holiday haul for Phantoms

The Langley peewee Phantoms had a productive holiday break, winning a total of 12 games and two separate tournaments in Abbotsford and Chilliwack, repsectively. - submitted photo
The Langley peewee Phantoms had a productive holiday break, winning a total of 12 games and two separate tournaments in Abbotsford and Chilliwack, repsectively.
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A local peewee hockey team celebrated their own version of the Twelve Days of Christmas.

The Langley Minor Hockey Association  peewee Phantoms squad was a perfect 12-for-12 in winning back-to-back tournaments over the holiday break.

The Phantoms won both the Abbotsford Christmas Invitational Tournament and the Chilliwack Peewee Jamboree tournament.

They defeated Coquitlam C2 in the first tournament final and beat the host Chilliwack C3 squad in the other.

The team consists of: Aiden Foxcroft, Austin Russell, Aneal Shoker, Connor Willdey, Jacob Archibald, Reuven Bussanich, Campbell Jennejohn, Mitchell MacLeod, Colby Mcmurray, Justin Pilson, Liam Roberts, Seth Roberts, Jacob Winterburn, Joseph Yeomans, Gene You, Tyler Verbeek, and Mika Heiskanen.

The coaches are: Andrew Russell, Derek Jennejohn and Todd Foxcroft.

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