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Terrific trio

Campbell River’s Maddison Devlin, 15 (from front to back), Julia Wing, 17, and Lisa Lloyd, 15, are in Salmon Arm this weekend trying to make the final cut for the provincial U18 girls hockey team. The three are among 80 players competing for roster spots. The tryouts started Wednesday and three girls will be playing on three different squads in the four-team mini-tournament. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Campbell River’s Maddison Devlin, 15 (from front to back), Julia Wing, 17, and Lisa Lloyd, 15, are in Salmon Arm this weekend trying to make the final cut for the provincial U18 girls hockey team. The three are among 80 players competing for roster spots. The tryouts started Wednesday and three girls will be playing on three different squads in the four-team mini-tournament.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror
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