24/7 Novice Renegades celebrate a great weekend of hockey at the Bowden Novice Tournament. In the back are Dax Dixon

Tournament play for Renegades

The 24/7 Compression Novice Renegades enjoyed an action packed weekend.

The 24/7 Compression Novice Renegades enjoyed an action packed weekend at the Bowden Novice Tournament Jan. 23 and 24. From the time the first puck was dropped to the last seconds of the tournament, the team played their hearts out. They really came together as a team and worked hard throughout all three games.

All three Rimbey Novice teams will end the season at a tournament in Lacombe in March.

Playoff season has begun for the Atom, Peewee, Bantam and Midget teams.

Eckrim Atom A Renegades beat out Sylvan Lake and will advance to the next round.

Rimbey Implements Atom B Renegades will play one more game against millet.

Canalta Peewee A and Sirrs Law Group Bantams got a bye for the first round and will begin playdowns in February.

The Co-operators Insurance Midget Renegades took the series with a 9-3 win in Rocky on Jan. 23 and 7-4 in Rimbey on Jan. 24. The Renegades will now face Thorsby for the second round of playdowns.

 

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