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Sunday, May. 19, 2019
Chill 16U boys can compete with anyone
by Randy Pascal

“I think the biggest thing the boys learned is that they really can compete with anyone.”

Under any circumstance, that's not a bad takeaway at all from a first ever provincial club competition, as Northern Chill 16U Boys head coach Nathan Squires summarized his thoughts on the Challenge Cup – Trillium “B” tournament that his spanking new team attended in Milton recently.

A big part of that optimism came from the morning pool session, as the Chill took the eventual gold medal winning squad to three sets, eventually faltering 25-23, 15-25, 7-15 to the Chatham Ballhawks, but bouncing back to secure second place with an 11-25, 25-21, 15-13 victory over Markham Unity West.

The afternoon proved tougher, as the Sudbury lads dropped their quarter-final affair to Venom – Black Mambas from Richmond Hill (15-25, 10-25), and came ever so close to bumping their way up to fifth, settling for seventh after a tight 24-26, 22-25 loss at the hands of the Milton Edge – Razors.

“The tournament was truly a success,” noted coach Squires. “It was the boys first club tournament and we fared quite well. I was proud of how the boys played, and proud of their results.”

The 2018-2019 edition of the Northern Chill 16U Boys team has gathered together Alex Gigučre, Aidan Carlson, Jacob Lamothe, Joshua Gascon, Noah Perreault, Noah Squires, Memphis Andrews, Miguel Leclair, Mathieu Lemieux and Cameron Showers.

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