Merry Christmas from the Fernie Ghostriders

Their next home game is on Saturday, December 28 against the Kimberley Dynamiters. Come cheer them on!

Merry Christmas from the Fernie Ghostriders.

By Sara Moulton

Contributor

The Fernie Ghostriders wish their fans a safe and happy holiday week! Don’t miss their next home game on Saturday, December 28 against their archrivals, Kimberley.

Row 1: Phoenix Logan-Hill, Kurtis Bond, Spencer Bender, Austin Wells, Ben Primeau, Blake Arcuri and Dylan Robertson.

Row 2: Jake MacLachlan, Anthony Gilbert, Josh Teves, Josh Odelein and Kale Johnston

Row 3: Randy Teeple, Brendan Bell, Aidan Geiger and Austin Hirano

Row 4: Colby Burns, Joel Burgess, Aaron Neufeld, Cole Weber and Jon Thompson.

Absent: Travis Thomsen, Cole Keebler and Matt MacDonald.

 

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