U15 Tier 1 Tryout - Game 2, News (Huron Heat)

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Apr 24, 2022 | Jen Colquhoun | 2301 views
U15 Tier 1 Tryout - Game 2
The following players have been asked to continue in the evaluation process for the U15 Tier 1 team. Players with an * are asked to dress for the Tryout game on Thursday, April 28 at 8:45pm in Lucan. Please arrive for the game by 8:00pm.

C. Albers *

D. Anderson 

H. Beuermann *

C. Colquhoun *

M. Dear *

C. Dale *

R. Dalton 

A. Durand *

F. Durand 

A. Dykstra *

D. Dykstra *

A. Edwards *

L. Heibein *

N. Little *

K. Mcinally *

A. McLeod 

B. McNichol 

M. O’Brien *

H. Ogilvie *

M. Ohm 

S. Thompson *

R. Wilson *

Playing in a tryout game does not guarantee a position on the Tier 1 team. This is part of the evaluation process.

If your name does not appear on this list, you have been released from Tier 1 tryouts and are invited to follow the schedule for Tier 2 skates staring on Saturday, April 30.

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