Potsdam PeeWee hockey team takes top honors

The Potsdam Junior Hockey Association PeeWee B team took top honors at the Jacob Dievendorf Memorial Tournament in Malone last weekend. In the back row are Masen Bailey, Coach Travis Frank, Hayden Bigwarfe, Brycen Russell, Kyle Thomas, Lukas Laffin, Maxwell Yu, Madison Sorrento, Harper Elvy, and Coach Bryant Bullard. In the middle row are Gaige Foster, Roman Maxon, William Bullard, Xavier Clookey, and Cooper Frank. In the front is James Rotella. Photo Submitted by Brittany Frank.


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