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Atom B Brings Home Another Gold at Oakville Harvest Classic
Submitted By Julie Bottomley on Monday, September 17, 2018
Atom B won gold at the Oakville Harvest Classic tournament.  In the round robin they beat Oakville 1-0, lost to London 0-2, beat Leaside 1-0 to move onto the semi's where they had a rematch with London to beat them 1-0 in OT with 5 seconds left on the clock to earn a spot in the finals where they defeated Burlington 2-0 to win their second Gold tournament title this season.  Congratulations Atom B Twisters.

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