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Dusters blow away competition at Richmond tournament

The Langley bantam C Dusters took top spot at a Richmound tournament last month. - submitted photo
The Langley bantam C Dusters took top spot at a Richmound tournament last month.
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The Langley Dusters doubled up the host Richmond team 6-3 to take the gold medal at the Richmond bantam hockey tournament.

It was held Dec. 20 to Dec. 23.

The bantam C Dusters were impressive, winning all seven of their games. The smallest margin of victory was three goals for the Langley Minor Hockey Association squad.

The team beat Chilliwack 7-4, North Delta 7-3, 7-1 over Ridge Meadows, 13-2 over Surrey, 8-0 over Aldergrove and 5-2 over Seafair.

The Langley Dusters are: Ryan Barthelson, Tyson Brown, Cameron Eggertson, Austin Fadear, Callum Farish-Barker, Jaden Goertzen, Liam Hadley, Jake Harper, Kristian Lyon, Katherine May, Spencer McKissock, Conner Morison, Caleb Pearson, Cameron Ross, and Alan GuoLong Zhong.

Carey Eggertson is the head coach;  Domenic Arrotta, Bruce Goertzen and Rick McKissock are the assistant coaches. Amanda Barthelson is the team manager.

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