Thunder Bay Chill bring home 5 of 6 Championships

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Thunder Bay Chill dominate Golden Boy Youth Tournament
Thunder Bay Chill
Thunder Bay Chill dominate Golden Boy Youth Tournament

THUNDER BAY – Sports – The Thunder Bay Chill continued their annual pilgrimage to Winnipeg, Manitoba on the Family Day weekend sending 16 teams to the Golden Boy Youth Soccer tournament. The Chill sent all teams from 8 to 18 year olds in both the male and female categories. The Club was successful taking home 5 of the possible 6 championships today. 

Thunder Bay Chill Dominate in Winnipeg

Taking home championships were the Reserve Males, Reserve Females, Academy Males, Jr. Reserve Males,  and Elite Females. The Academy Females lost a hard fought battle 2-1 this morning in the 6th final. 

All Chill teams participated in a total of 62 games over the weekend. The overall Club record was 33 wins, 20 losses, and 9 ties. The Club will be closing off the indoor session in the next few weeks before taking a break prior to kicking off the outdoor season in early April. The Club would like to thank all the players and parents for their professionalism over the weekend. As well a special thanks to our parent helpers and coaches – Neto, Lento, Robertson, Petraglia, Rider, and Ezzard.

Thunder Bay Chill care for Thunder Bay

Chill head coach and director of soccer programs Tony Colistro; can’t believe how much time each players puts into the community functions.

“When I look for players to play for this team, I’m not only looking at technical and physical qualities, but just as important are personalities, dedication, and good citizens. This type of player will help our organization fulfill part of our mission in being the most-community focused sports team in town”.

The Thunder Bay Chill attend countless community events in Thunder Bay to support local youth, and other groups. 

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