Wranglers win division title

Two-goals by Justin Bond in third period turned the tide

The 100 Mile House Wranglers put the medal to the pedal in the third period in game 6 of the Doug Birks Division playoff final in Chase on March 11, and came home with smiles on their faces.

The 100 Mile House lads overcame a 1-0 deficit when the Heat scored at 9:54 of the first frame. They got two goals – the tying and the game winner – from Justin Bond at 16:57 and 12:38 respectively in the third period.

The Wranglers now await the winner of the Okanagan Division playoff finals to see who they go up against in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference playoff finals.

The Summerland Steam and the Osoyoos Coyotes are currently tied at two games apiece in their divisional playoff finals, and they go head-to-head tonight (March 12).

Read the details about the Wranglers road to the division playoffs title in the March 17 edition of the 100 Mile House Free Press.

 

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