Lumby Stars U11 Integrated Teams Go Head-To-Head

2023-2024 Lumby Stars U11 Integrated Teams Go Head-To-Head

The Lumby Stars U11 Integrated teams recently had an intense showdown at the Pat Duke Memorial Arena. The young athletes gave their all during the exciting match between Lumby MHA (4) U11 Recreation #1 and Lumby MHA (4) U11 Recreation #2.

It was a clash of skills and determination as both teams displayed their talent on the ice. The players showcased their teamwork, speed, and agility throughout the game. Spectators were on the edge of their seats, witnessing the impressive plays and goals.

The Lumby Stars U11 Integrated teams have shown great progress and dedication in their training. Their hard work paid off as they demonstrated their love for the game and sportsmanship.

These young players are the future of hockey, and their passion and enthusiasm are evident. The Lumby Stars organization is proud to support and guide these talented athletes, fostering their development both on and off the ice.

Congratulations to both Lumby MHA (4) U11 Recreation #1 and Lumby MHA (4) U11 Recreation #2 for their exceptional performance! The Lumby community is thrilled to witness the growth and success of these aspiring athletes.

Stay tuned for more updates and news about the Lumby Stars U11 Integrated teams. They are bringing excitement and energy to the ice and representing our community with pride.

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