#16 Cody Williams is a Posse player worth watching this season.

Posse Player of the Week

“Cody got five points including a hat trick in our 7-3 win against Osoyoos,” stated Coach Dale “Duner” Hladun.



Posse Player of the week is Cody Williams.

#16 Cody Williams plays centre.  “Cody got five points including a hat trick in our 7-3 win against Osoyoos,” stated Coach Dale “Duner” Hladun.  “Cody comes from Las Vegas, Nevada and started the season in Wichita Falls in the North American League.”

“Fans should be encouraged to come and watch this young man,” Duner continued, “as he could potentially be one of the most exciting players in our conference this year.  This is his third game with us.  He is a really good player and strong skater.”

The Princeton Junior B Posse hockey team sit 3 points out of first place with two games at hand on first place Osoyoos.


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