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Submitted By Sara MacMillian on Monday, October 29, 2018
The Bluemont Excavating Novice Reps had a busy week with three games on the docket. At home on Tuesday, the titans faced off with Caledonia. Both teams exchanged goals in the first frame. After the puck drop in the second period it was all Tavistock’s game adding a point in the second and three in the third to finish with a 5-1 victory.

On Wednesday, the team was on the road to Caledonia. The titans jumped to an early lead in this game. The home team was able to cut the lead in half, but the boys pressured again in the final minutes and found the back of the net to come away with a 3-1 win.

On Friday, the team travelled to Ayr.  The boys battled hard all game and skated to a 1-1 tie.

Point getters for the week were Marshall McKay 4, Keagan McMahon 4(1), Evan Nahrgang 1(2), Camden Bartlett (3) and Dylan McCann (1).

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