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The last of these models, the TF, was replaced by the MGA.The TF name was reinstated in 2002 on the mid-engined MG TF sports car.Winner of the coveted award - Hvy AA winner - Carson Hocevar Other winners for the weekend - Koulten Herbert, (Briggs Jr Animal), Carson Hocevar (Hvy AA, Briggs Sr Animal, Hvy Honda, Hvy 160), Bennett Lushin (Briggs Un R Animal), Chase Burda (MOD), Zeb Wise (Lt 'AA), Tyler Conover (Jr Honda), Addison Lushin (Sr Honda, Lt 160), Kyleee Allun (Red Rookie), Logan Heath (Briggs Lt WF), Clay Siegel (Briggs Hvy WF), Eddie Hartley (Blue Rookie) Several results have come in.Winning Drivers posed with Honda Rep Doug Foore at the Madera Good Times Club after the 2014 Western Grands Driver results not in order of their photo.The speed, the intensity and the strength of the players, I’m working on knowing where my teammates are and keeping from making mistakes.”The two players reflected on early hockey memories.“Our father (Craig Carter) coached us more than anyone over the years,” Gavynn said.“During games, he even had videos taken, to go over with us to show us what we had to work on.The Carter brothers play in the Nova Scotia Major Midget AAA Hockey League with the Steve Crowell-coached Dartmouth Steele Subaru Major Midgets.It’s an experience the brothers are enjoying.“We practice twice a week in Dartmouth,” Chase, 16, a defenceman, said.

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Current upper class quarter midgets can exceed 45 miles per hour, but remain safe due to the limited size of the track.

Quarter Midgets have been around in one form or another since before World War II, There are two sanctioning bodies for Quarter Midgets, United States Auto Club (USAC) and Quarter Midgets of America (QMA).

We try to come to the rink prepared.” Products of the Truro & Area Minor Hockey Association, Gavynn and Chase played last season with the Nova Scotia midget AA champion MU Rhino Renovations Bearcats.“The hockey level is higher this season,” Gavynn, 17, a right winger, said.

“The speed and the body contact, I find I have to keep my head up more, if you don’t, there’s a player waiting for you.


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