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The 21st annual Confederation Cup high school hockey tournament is in full swing in a number of different arenas across the metro St. John’s region.
There are 10 teams entered in each of the Tier I and Tier II divisions.
Playing for the Tier I crown are Holy Heart, St. Kevin’s and Gonzaga of St. John’s, O’Donel and Mount Pearl Senior High of Mount Pearl, Queen Elizabeth of C.B.S., Exploits Valley High from Grand Falls-Windsor, Ascension Collegiate of Bay Roberts, Corner Brook High and Gander Collegiate.
The Tier II teams are Holy Trinity of Torbay, Holy Spirit of C.B.S., Mobile Monarchs, Waterford Valley High, Prince of Wales Collegiate and Gonzaga of St. John’s, Crescent Collegiate of South Dildo, Marystown Central High, Carbonear Collegiate and Canon Richards High of Flower’s Cove.
The Tier II final is 2 p.m. Sunday, and the Tier I final goes at 4 p.m. Both games are at Goulds Arena.