Days Gone By
Published 04/05/2012, River Falls Journal
Special recognition was given to eight boys who took part in the 1972 winter hockey program — front row, from left: Tom Florer, most improved player with the Pee Wees; Gary Nelson, most valuable player who had a total of 19 points playing with the Pee Wees; scoring leader (25) Bob Harp, also with the Pee Wee team, and David Goodrich, who was given a trophy for being named the most improved player with the Bantams. Second row: Pete Westberg was the scoring leader and also judged the most valuable player with the Midgets; Craig Nelson, most points (22) for the Bantams; Brian Gay, most improved for the Midgets and Jim McCutcheon, most valuable player for the Bantams.Word count: 118
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