Hosts win at Sam Rose Memorial Tourney

Brodie Thomas
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The annual Sam Rose tournament was held in Port aux Basques on Feb. 24 and 25.

Megan Clarke with the puck, and Leah Penney to the right.

Teams from Corner Brook, Stephenville and port aux Basques took part in the invitational Atom tournament.

Coach Craig Carter said the female and male teams were split up into two Co-ed teams form Port aux Basques. A few novice players were invited to play as well.

Carter said the main thing was to get everybody playing.

One team from Port aux basques made it to the chapionship game, facing off against Stephenville. Port aux Basques came out on top, winning 8-1.

“I’m proud of the way the kids play and of the sportsmanship shown through the weekend,” said Carter.

He said the young referees who officiated also did a great job and they showed a lot of promise.

Geographic location: Port aux Basques, Corner Brook

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  • Wayne Law
    May 08, 2012 - 16:54

    I have had the opportunity to play minor hockey in Port Aux Basques, coach, and see my sons in minor hockey prior to being transfered. I also know Craig Carter quite well, from a boy to an adult. He has been a minor hockey player, hockey player, parent, coach, and giving back to Port Aux Basques. It shows the non-selfish attitude of those that have went through the minor hockey system in Port Aux Basques, and are trying to give back. The article about the Sam Rose tournament, and Craig Carter go hand in hand, GIVING BACK....Thanks Craig...Keep up the good work!!!! Wayne Law...Dartmouth NS.