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Pushing through

Mission City Outlaw Donald Danroth muscles his way past a Grandview Steelers defender in the Oct. 18 tilt on home ice that saw the local Junior B team lose 6-5 in overtime. The Outlaws also lost to the Abbotsford Pilots the following day, 9-0. The Outlaws record is currently 3-7, and the next game is Oct. 25 in Aldergrove against the Kodiaks. - Bob Friesen photo
Mission City Outlaw Donald Danroth muscles his way past a Grandview Steelers defender in the Oct. 18 tilt on home ice that saw the local Junior B team lose 6-5 in overtime. The Outlaws also lost to the Abbotsford Pilots the following day, 9-0. The Outlaws record is currently 3-7, and the next game is Oct. 25 in Aldergrove against the Kodiaks.
— image credit: Bob Friesen photo
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