Grimm lifts ’Tips over Cents

Last Sunday was a Grimm day for the undefeated and league-leading Merritt Centennials as they visited the Rona T3 midget team at Hucul Pond

  • Nov. 26, 2014 12:00 p.m.

Last Sunday was a Grimm day for the undefeated and league-leading Merritt Centennials as they visited the Rona T3 midget team at Hucul Pond. Peter Grimm led the ’Tips to a 4-3 victory with four goals in what was nothing short of utter dominance. Netminder Carter Anderson was determined not to let Grimm have all of the limelight as he made several brilliant saves to stymie the Cents’ attempts to gain a lead. The ’Tips travel to Winfield this Saturday and play host to Clearwater on Sunday.

 

 

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