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OMHA CHAMPS!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted By Shayne Mitchell on Thursday, March 17, 2016
FANTASTIC GROUP OF KIDS!!!

The St. Thomas Jr. Stars Novice AE team capped off an amazing season winning the OMHA Championship.  The team started their OMHA run sweeping their first series over New Hamburg 3 games to 0.  Next up for the Stars was Stoney Creek.  Once again the Stars swept the series with a convincing 3 games to 0 victory.  The Stars then headed west to take on a very strong team from Essex.  The Stars proved to be too much for their opponents and took that series 3 games to 0.  That series victory sent the Stars to the OMHA final were they would meet up with the number 1 ranked West Division team from Windsor.  This six point series had many turning points as both teams battled hard in game one.  The Stars won a very physical game one 2-0 sending the teams to St. Thomas for games 2 and 3.  Game 2 was a fast paced back and forth game that ended in a 3-3 tie despite many good chances in overtime for the Stars.  In game 3 the Stars took over the series with a convincing 13-3 victory putting the Stars just one point away from the OMHA title.  Game 4 had the teams back in Windsor where the Stars would clinch the Championship with a 9-0 victory. 

In total the Stars traveled 2200km, had 12 wins and 1 tie.  They scored 84 goals and only allowed 17 against.  They had 3 series sweeps and their opponents were only able to acquire 1 point against them on route to their OMHA Championship.

The team played extremely well throughout their Championship run.  Every player battled hard, cheered on their teammates and supported each other along the way.  The St. Thomas Jr. Stars received valuable contributions from each player in the line up to claim the Dominic Caluori Trophy as a group of Champions!


Written by Tim Coombs
The St. Thomas Jr. Stars Novice AE team capped off an amazing season winning the OMHA Championship.  The team started their OMHA run sweeping their first series over New Hamburg 3 games to 0.  Next up for the Stars was Stoney Creek.  Once again the Stars swept the series with a convincing 3 games to 0 victory.  The Stars then headed west to take on a very strong team from Essex.  The Stars proved to be too much for their opponents and took that series 3 games to 0.  That series victory sent the Stars to the OMHA final were they would meet up with the number 1 ranked West Division team from Windsor.  This six point series had many turning points as both teams battled hard in game one.  The Stars won a very physical game one 2-0 sending the teams to St. Thomas for games 2 and 3.  Game 2 was a fast paced back and forth game that ended in a 3-3 tie despite many good chances in overtime for the Stars.  In game 3 the Stars took over the series with a convincing 13-3 victory putting the Stars just one point away from the OMHA title.  Game 4 had the teams back in Windsor where the Stars would clinch the Championship with a 9-0 victory. 

In total the Stars traveled 2200km, had 12 wins and 1 tie.  They scored 84 goals and only allowed 17 against.  They had 3 series sweeps and their opponents were only able to acquire 1 point against them on route to their OMHA Championship.

The team played extremely well throughout their Championship run.  Every player battled hard, cheered on their teammates and supported each other along the way.  The St. Thomas Jr. Stars received valuable contributions from each player in the line up to claim the Dominic Caluori Trophy as a group of Champions!
The St. Thomas Jr. Stars Novice AE team capped off an amazing season winning the OMHA Championship.  The team started their OMHA run sweeping their first series over New Hamburg 3 games to 0.  Next up for the Stars was Stoney Creek.  Once again the Stars swept the series with a convincing 3 games to 0 victory.  The Stars then headed west to take on a very strong team from Essex.  The Stars proved to be too much for their opponents and took that series 3 games to 0.  That series victory sent the Stars to the OMHA final were they would meet up with the number 1 ranked West Division team from Windsor.  This six point series had many turning points as both teams battled hard in game one.  The Stars won a very physical game one 2-0 sending the teams to St. Thomas for games 2 and 3.  Game 2 was a fast paced back and forth game that ended in a 3-3 tie despite many good chances in overtime for the Stars.  In game 3 the Stars took over the series with a convincing 13-3 victory putting the Stars just one point away from the OMHA title.  Game 4 had the teams back in Windsor where the Stars would clinch the Championship with a 9-0 victory. 

In total the Stars traveled 2200km, had 12 wins and 1 tie.  They scored 84 goals and only allowed 17 against.  They had 3 series sweeps and their opponents were only able to acquire 1 point against them on route to their OMHA Championship.

The team played extremely well throughout their Championship run.  Every player battled hard, cheered on their teammates and supported each other along the way.  The St. Thomas Jr. Stars received valuable contributions from each player in the line up to claim the Dominic Caluori Trophy as a group of Champions!
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