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Flying Vees

FLYING VEES — Rory Neary (16) of the Penticton midget Vees sped up ice to enter the Langley zone during the Midget Tier 2 tournament last weekend. The Vees finished 2-1 during the round robin then lost in a shootout against Port Coquitlam in the semi-final. The Coquitlam Chiefs won the 10-team tournament. - Joe Fries/Western News
FLYING VEES — Rory Neary (16) of the Penticton midget Vees sped up ice to enter the Langley zone during the Midget Tier 2 tournament last weekend. The Vees finished 2-1 during the round robin then lost in a shootout against Port Coquitlam in the semi-final. The Coquitlam Chiefs won the 10-team tournament.
— image credit: Joe Fries/Western News

Penticton midget Vees place fourth during tier 2 tournament.

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