Castlegar Midget Rep Tier 3 team won the 2017 Revelstoke Midget Rep tournament on Nov 3, 4 and 5. (Submitted)

Castlegar rep team wins tournament

Castlegar Midget Rep Tier 3 team won the 2017 Revelstoke Midget Rep tournament

Castlegar Midget Rep Tier 3 team won the 2017 Revelstoke Midget Rep tournament on Nov 3, 4 and 5.

Castlegar was 2-1 in the round robin, then beat the favored Calgary Southside team by a score of 5-1. They next took on the hometown Revelstoke team winning 6-4 in a very exciting final.

This was Castlegar’s first tournament of the year. The next tournament will be their home event Dec. 8 to 10. Castlegar Minor Hockey is encouraging all the community to come out and see some excellent Midget Rep hockey.

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