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Prairie Mobile Pats Skills Competition
January 16, 2011

TEAM WHITE
Coached by: Mike Sillinger and Curtis Hunt

30 Matt Hewitt
2 Mark Schneider
3 Brandon Davidson
11 Lyndon Martell
18 Shayne Neigum
19 Jordan Weal
23 Mikael Jung
26 Dyson Stevenson
40 Michael Sagen
55 Art Bidlevskii
66 Lee Jones (CTV)
88 Rod Pedersen (Sports Cage)

Pee Wee Blackhawks White
31 Carter Scrochenski
3 Levi Petrinchuk
6 Dylan Ford
7 Noah Zerff
8 Avery Buckle
11 Andy Belitski
14 Kadon Fiacco
17 Mason Kraushar
19 Jaxon Blaus

TEAM BLUE
Coached by: Jamie Heward, Shaun Sutter & Don Klatt

31 Damien Ketlo
5 Ricard Blidstrand
6 Myles Bell
10 Garret Mitchell
13 Tanner Olstad
15 Colin Reddin
20 Trent Ouellette
21 Lane Scheidl
39 Tyler Borstmayer
77 Derek Meyers (Global)
90 Chris Hodges (CTV)

Pee Wee Blackhawks Dark
1 Kade Smith
4 Carter Leniczek
5 Noah Kozack
9 Riley Breti
10 Kyle Borsa
12 Jayden Simpkins
15 Kyle Ford
18 Josh Gaetz

Note: I made a little bit of a mess with my notes so when I get things translated I will get the results up.

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