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Congratulations to the Squirt Red team on their 2nd place finish in last weekend's Squirt International Tournament! Sounds like some exciting games. A great way to wrap up a successful season!
Squirt White took 2nd place in their Squirt International Tournament a few weeks ago, and have the Metro C Tournament coming up.
PeeWee White were 7-11-0 in league play and qualified for the ND State PeeWee B Silver Tournament in Wahpeton March 3-5. They are carrying a two game winning streak into Friday's game, including beating a B1 team. (Update: Angels White lost 4-6 to West Fargo Red and lost 4-6 to Fargo Maroon to complete their tournament.)
PeeWee Black is the No. 1 team in ND PeeWee B1 South with a 15-0-1 league record this season. They will play in the ND State PeeWee B1 Gold Tournament in Minot March 3-5. (Update: Angels Black won 5-2 over Mayport, won 5-2 Grand Forks Blizzard and won 3-2 over West Fargo to win the ND PeeWee B1 State Championship.)
Bantam White won 2 big games last weekend to finish 8-10-0 and qualify for the ND State Bantam B Gold Tournament in Grand Forks March 10-12. (Update: Angels White lost 3-6 to Langdon and lost 4-6 to Sidney to complete their tournament.)
Bantam Red finished the year with a 16-3-1 record as the No. 1 Bantam A team in North Dakota. They will play in the ND State Bantam A Tournament in West Fargo March 10-12. (Update: Angels Red won 4-0 over Bismarck Red, won 6-4 over Grand Forks Wheatkings, then lost 1-2 to West Fargo in the Championship game to take 2nd Place. Great season!)
Let's have fun, represent the Angels well, and WIN!
The nationally syndicated newspaper advice column "Ask Amy" recently relayed a reader question about changing the negative behavior of a youth sports dad. PCA's Tina Syer answered, and her advice is reaching 20 million readers nationwide today.
Dear Amy: My husband is a very competitive guy.
He is usually a dedicated, loving and fun father, but when we go to our son’s Little League games, another side comes out.
My husband is the loud one on the sidelines — pacing, swearing and turning red; he micromanages our son, and shouts belittling comments at him and other kids on our team.
He argues with the umpires and complains about the coaches.
It is embarrassing and hurtful for our son, and I don’t envy the coach.
If you have any concerns, comments or suggestions that may improve our hockey program, please feel free to email them to the Board. We are open to critical and supportive comments!
Include your name and contact information so we can follow up for more information. Keep in mind:
Thank you to Essentia Health for your continued support of the Fargo Angels Hockey Club mission. Two great organizations coming together to improve the lives of young people in our community!
Allison Kucera from Essentia Health will be our sports trainer again this season. She will schedule to be at Angels Arena one night a week if your player has any concerns. Her schedule will be posted on the Calendar.
If you should have any problems between those days, please call her directly for a visit: