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Cloverdale loses to Burnaby

It was so close.

The Cloverdale Colts narrowly lost last night's final against Burnaby at the B.C. Bantam Tier 1 hockey championships.

The Burnaby Winter Club Bruins won 6-5, coming back from previous losses against the Colts, including a preliminary game at the tournament.

The Colts won five games at the six-team tournament in Kamloops.

They beat the Bruins 5-3 the day before the final, and defeated Prince George 7-1 on their way to Thursday's championship game.

The BWC are the 2012 BC Hockey Bantam Tier 1 Champions, and will proceed to the Western Bantam championship.

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