High-flying Langley Hawks dominate in Cloverdale

In their final games of 2014, the Langley bantam C5 Hawks rolled past the competition at Cloverdale Ice Crusher hockey tournament held Dec. 27-29.

The Hawks went a perfect 6-0, after a perfect 4-0 run through the round robin.

In the semifinals, the Hawks scored in the final minute to clip Sunshine Coast 3-2 and move on to the tournament final, where they faced an all-star team from Powell River.

The Hawks battled to a 2-0 win in a fast-paced, highly entertaining championship game.

The tournament champion Hawks include Kevin Craig, Tyson Brown, Cormick Campbell, Alex Cote, Thomas Doro, Sammy Iraqi, Tyerel Jones, Matt Moretti, Connor Morison, Billy Thompson, Colton Wellburn, Jacob Winterburn, and Joey Yeomans.

The team is coached by John Campbell, John Yeomans, and Karl Walker.

Hawks’ games included wins of 7-2 over Cloverdale 3; 5-1 over Cloverdale 5; 5-1 over Surrey 8; 14-1 over Peninsula 2; 3-2 over Sunshine Coast 1 (semifinal); and 2-0 over Powell River (final).

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