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Rimbey Midget Renegades lose fight at provincials

The tournament was held in Fort Macleod Mach 22-24

The Rimbey Nordstrom Dental Midget Renegades came up short in their battle at provincials.

The tournament was held in Fort Macleod March 22-24.

The Renegades kicked off their provincials journey against the Redcliff Grizzlies in one the fasted paced games of the year which resulted in a close 5-3 loss, said Head Coach Kevin Coston in an email.

Next up was a “very rough” game against Pincher Creek.

The Renegades came out with another close loss with the final score of 4-3.

Game three had the Renegades play for their lives against the hometown Fort Macleod Mavericks in front of a large crowd.

“The Rimbey midget team lost 1-0 on the back of a great goaltending performance from Kyden Busat,” said Coston, adding Fort Macleod went on to become the tournament champions.

“They had hoped for a better result at provincials, but enjoyed three very lose games,” continued Coston.

The Renegades punched their ticket to provincials after claiming the Tier 4 Blue Championship in the CAHL league.

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