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'17-18 Atom A team honored
Submitted By craigshufelt on Thursday, August 30, 2018
The 2017-18 Atom A Rapids were honored at a meeting of Niagara Falls City Council on August 14th.  In recognition of a season that saw them win 53 games, three tournaments, and a provincials bronze medal, a short proclamation was read and the girls were each given a plaque.  It was a nice honor, and a chance for the girls to come together once more to celebrate a great season.

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