Cariboo Cougars to face Notre Dame Argos to open Mac’s Midget Tournament

The Cariboo Cougars know who, and when, they play at the Mac’s Midget tournament in Calgary over the Christmas break.

The Cariboo Cougars know who, and when, they play at the Mac’s Midget tournament in Calgary over the Christmas break.

The Cougars, along with Williams Lake’s Colton Thomas and Chase Dubois, will open their tournament Dec. 27 at 4:15 p.m. against the Notre Dame Argos from the Saskatchewan Midget League.

The Argos will be a tough opening test for the Cougars as they currently occupy first place in their league.

The following day the Cats face the Red Deer Optimist Chiefs from Alberta at 1:30 p.m. On Dec. 29 the Cougars meet one of their arch rivals from the BC league in the Okanagan Rockets at 10:45 a.m.

The final round robin game will be against the Calgary Flames at 8 a.m. on Dec. 30.

So far in 22 regular season games this season Dubois has eight goals and six assists.

Thomas, meanwhile, has five goals and six assists in 22 games.

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