Dusters win gold

The Langley Dusters bantam C hockey team won all seven of its games, played over a four-day period, to take home gold from the Richmond Bantam/Midget Hockey Tournament.

The tourney was held Dec. 20-23 at the Richmond Ice Centre.

The Dusters’ wins included:

Friday, Dec. 20: 7-4 over Chilliwack;

Saturday, Dec. 21: 7-3 over North Delta;

Sunday, Dec. 22: 7-1 over Ridge Meadows; and 13-2 over Surrey.

Monday Dec. 23: 8-0 over Aldergrove and 5-2 over Seafair.

Seafair presented the Dusters’ toughest test, as this team beat another Langley squad at a tournament in Seattle to win gold back in November.

The Dusters finished the tournament by doubling Richmond 6-3 in the gold medal game.

The 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.

The coaching staff includes head coach Carey Eggertson along with assistant coaches Domenic Arrotta, Bruce Goertzen, Rick McKissock. The team manager is Amanda Barthleson.

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