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Tigers Bantam 1 Compete at Orr Lake Hattrick Tournament
Submitted By Sherry Duguid on Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Thornton Tigers Bantam 1 played 3 great games at the Orr Lake Hattrick this past weekend.  Players played hard and had a great time.  Congratulations on a hard fought effort.


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