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Congratulations to Major Peewee A for Winning the Libery Cup in Philadelphia
Submitted By Administrator on Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The Bradford Major Peewee Rep team travelled to Philadelphia this past weekend to participate in the Liberty Cup. 

Game 1 – Bradford Everest Supply 4- West Chester Quakers 0 – Goals by Dylan Rocha, Jacob Lush , Daniel Crosby and Brenden Giasson.  Assists to Lush (2) and Connor Staring.  Shutout to Noah Davidson.

Game 2 – Bradford Everest Supply 3 – Utica Jr. Comets 0  - Goals by Ryan Macdoald (2) and Nicholas Brundige.  Assists to Brenden Giasson, Ryan Taylor and Brundige.  Consecutive shutouts for Noah Davidson.

Game 3 – Bradford Everest Supply 8- Warwick Wildcats 1 – Goal scoring led by Ryan Macdonald and Jacob Lush each with hattricks.  Other goals to Nicholas Brundige and Daniel Crosby.  Assists to Daniel Crosby (2), Dylan Rocha (2), Brenden Giasson,  Nicholas Brundige and Keegan Steyn.

Championship Final – Bradford Everest Supply 5 – Utica Jr. Comets 2.
Led by Ryan Macdonald’s second hat trick of the day the Bulldogs captured the Liberty Cup.  Game winning goal by Jacob Lush  and the insurance goal by  Evan Cribbie.  Assists to Riley Outopoulos, and Macdonald.

This was a wonderful way to end the season, unfortunaltly the bus broke down and it was an adventurous 15 hour bus ride home.  Thanks to the coaching staff of Geoffrey Dossey, Patrick Turner and Joseph Nanowski and for all the parents for their support.

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