Money for juvenile Lynx of Alma’s PWD

Unfortunately for the Lynx of the Wilbrod-Dufour Pavilion, the conquest of the gold medal in front of their fans did not materialize, Sunday, at the Center Mario-Tremblay of Alma, during the final of the juvenile component of the Provincial School Championship Hockey, Division 1 (D1).
The ‘re protected from Pierre-Marc Côté have worked hard, but they lost 4-2 to the formation of Cape Youth. The Almatois have inherited the title of vice-champions and the silver medal. The École polyvalente Marcel-Landry team won the bronze medal.

In the Benjamin category, the Mustangs of the Odyssée Lafontaine / Dominique-Racine have not been able to reach the podium.

The Intrepids of Nicolas-Gatineau High School were crowned by defeating representatives of Massey-Vanier High School. The Cardinal-Roy High School team returned with the bronze medal.

In the Cadet Division, it was also the representatives of École secondaire Cap-Jeunesse who won the gold medal. The Massey-Vanier High School team won the silver medal and the École polyvalente Nicolas-Gatineau won the bronze medal.

This championship brought together the 24 best school teams (450 players) from Quebec, eight in each of the three categories.

The dream season of the Bleu et Or youth training school at École polyvalente Arvida ended at the Provincial Division 2 (D2) hockey championship, held at the Québec Youth Pavilion. Head coach Bob Desjardins lost the bronze medal game, losing 4-0 to Mortagne High School. Remember that the Bleu et Or has had an exceptional season by winning the season and series championships, as well as the Roberval and Rivière-du-Loup tournaments.

Alan Carter
Alan Carter
Alan Carter has been a reporter on the news desk since 2015. Before that she wrote about young adolescents and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Alan Carter worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.