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Players picked for hockey camp

Ten local minor hockey players are among 71 invited to B.C. Hockey’s male under-16 provincial camp June 30 to July 4 in Penticton.

Players chosen to the team include defencemen Royce Rossignol, Paul Savage and Benjamin Blake of Surrey, Riley Stadel and Cole Bevan of Cloverdale, and Phoenix Worth of Delta, and forwards Spencer Meyer, Mitchell Friesen, Austin Scanks and Cameron Seto of Surrey.

Players were chosen based on their performances at the B.C. Cup tournament in Kamloops April 27 to May 1. Following the provincial camp in Penticton, 20 players will be chosen to form Team B.C. for the inaugural Western Branch Challenge tournament Oct. 28-31 in Saskatchewan.

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