ATOM LL 1- Mason Berube Memorial Tournament Champions, News (Ayr Flames)

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ATOM LL 1- Mason Berube Memorial Tournament Champions
Submitted By Nick Waschenko on Wednesday, December 13, 2017
 A few weekends ago the Atom LL 1 team made the long trip down the 401 to Dresden for the Mason Berube Memorial Tournament. 

 The tournament kicked off with the boys coming out victorious over the team from Windsor, with a 3-0 score.  Saturday morning the boys were up early to take on the home town Dresden Maroon, it was a tough battle resulting in a 1-1 tie.  Later Saturday evening the team took on the kids of Southwest Kent, and came out on top of a 3-1 battle.  The boys finished the top of their pool and moved on to Sunday.  Sunday morning the Ayr Flames were up against Chatham and punched their ticket to the finals after a 2-1 victory.  The final game featured a rematch against Southwest Kent.  It was an exciting game, with lead changes, and after the 3rd period concluded, the score was tied 2-2.  The game moved into overtime, with Ayr claiming the victory, and the championship after scoring with 4.2 seconds remaining on the clock!  Well done team, the parents and coaches are very proud of your hard work. Pictured are the Ayr Flames Atom LL1 – Mason Berube Memorial Tournament Champions, Back-row Coach Ryan Simpson, Johnathan Kobbes-Adams, Dylan Johnson, Paul Fahner, Tyler Aitchison Brandon Kinnaird, Trainer Daryl Aitchison, Coach Jason Charrette, Coach Ken Kinnaird. Middle Row, Evan Baechler, Jonas Lindsay, Cowen Charrette, Front Row Liam Fahner, Holden Roche, Ella Wood, Evan Simpson, Lukas Washenko, Laying in front Goalie Brady MacDougall.

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