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By Jake Courtepatte
The NobleKing Knights appeared in three of the four championship games of the organization's hometown Challenge tournament over the weekend, skating away with the title in the Atom A division.
Round robin play saw the Knights post a one win, one loss record in the three-team division, taking down the Toronto Eagles by a score of 7-0 and losing a close one to the Clarence-Rockland Crush 4-3.
With the Crush earning a bye to Sunday's final at Dr. William Laceby Arena in Nobleton, the Knights once again easily disposed of the Eagles, winning a trip to the final by a shutout score of 6-0.
They were able to exact revenge of Clarence-Rockland in the final, taking the championship 2-1.
The Minor Atom A and Minor Peewee A Knights also reached their respective division's final, falling by the wayside in a pair of close match-ups.
A 1-1 record in round robin saw the Minor Atom's meet the undefeated Aurora Tigers in Sunday's championship, with the Tigers winning 4-2.
The Minor Peewees took a record of 3-1 into their final with the Richmond Hill Stars, who were the only team to best the Knights in the round robin with a record of 4-0. Richmond Hill won the championship 4-1.
In other divisional play, the Knights fell 5-1 in the Novice semifinals to the Sault Ste. Marie Lions Club, who earned silver to the Midland Centennials' gold.
The Grimsby Kings defeated the Collingwood Blackhawks in the Peewee division.
Excerpt: The NobleKing Knights appeared in three of the four championship games of the organization’s hometown Challenge tournament over the weekend, skating away with the title in the Atom A division.
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