Forty teams turn out for Ray Hunt Classic

January 7, 2015   ·   0 Comments

Teams from around the region turned out for the tenth annual Ray Hunt Classic House League Hockey Tournament held at the Alder Street arena in Orangeville, on December 28, 29, 30.

The tournament was named after Ray Hunt who served minor hockey in many capacities for over 30 years.

Teams came from as far away as London and Barrie to mix it up with other towns in the tournament.

Divisions taking part in the three day event include Atom, Novice, Minor Atom, Minor Peewee, Minor Bantam, Major Bantam, and Major Midget squads.

The teams paid a registration fee to enter the tournament and visitors and teams were asked to bring non perishable food items for the Orangeville Food Bank.

The is no admission charge for the tournament.

The Tournament has worked with the Food Bank over the last several years in an effort to help them replenish their shelves.

See photos on page A15.

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