Marlboro Bantams on their way to the Provincial Championships… Crowned GTHL Champions!

Marlboro Bantams on their way to the Provincial Championships… Crowned GTHL Champions

Our Marlboro Bantams finished off an impressive play-off run by knocking off the top provincial seed, Jr. Canadiens in the GTHL Championship Finals.

Final outcome was Marlboros 8 pts. to 4 pts. in the Finals.  This caps off a tremendous second half season, culminating with play-off series wins of 8-0, 8-4, and 8-4 in the three rounds.

Congratulations to the players for all your hard work and perseverance, the coaching staff for adhering to the Marlboro philosophy “where Teaching and Development are our # 1 Priorities”, and finally for the parents that supported their sons, coaches and the Marlboro Organization throughout the year.

Best of Luck at the Provincials.

To follow the Provincial Bantam Championships …follow the OHF website.

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