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2018 Tyler Wilcox Tournament

Dates: January 12 - 14, 2018

Friday, January 12
Oahe vs. Huron at 7:00pm
Oahe vs. Aberdeen At 8:00pm

Saturday, January 13
Rushmore B vs. Aberdeen B at 9:00am
Rushmore C vs. Watertown Black C at 10:00am
Huron B vs. Watertown B at 11:30am
Oahe C vs. Watertown Gold B at 12:30pm
Oahe B vs. Aberdeen B at 2:00pm
Aberdeen C vs. Rushmore C at 3:00pm
Watertown Gold C vs. Watertown Black C at 4:30pm
Huron B vs. Rushmore B at 5:30pm
Aberdeen B vs. Watertown B at 7:00pm
Watertown Black vs. Aberdeen C at 8:00pm

Sunday, January 14
Oahe B vs. Watertown at 7:30am
Rushmore C vs. Watertown Gold C at 8:30am
Aberdeen B vs. Huron B at 10:00am
Oahe C vs. Watertown Black C at 11:00am
Watertown B vs. Rushmore B at 12:30pm
Aberdeen C vs. Watertown Gold C at 1:30pm
Oahe B vs. Rushmore B at 3:00pm
Oahe C vs. Rushmore C at 4:00pm
 


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Michelle Hunsley

Tyler Wilcox Coordinator

Phone: 605-295-0533


Tyler Wilcox Memorial Squirt Tournament

The Tyler Wilcox Memorial Squirt Tournament is held annually in memory of Tyler Wilcox.  Tyler skated as a Capital from 1994 to 2002.  As he skated he gained the respect of teammates and opponents alike.

In the fall of 2002 he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma - bone cancer.  Although he could no longer skate, he remained a Capital, watching his sister skate while encircled with the tremendous support of teammates and a statewide hockey family.  His #5 jersey was retired in his honor in January, 2006.
 
In memory of Tyler, a Sportsmanship Award is presented to one player on each attending team. The player is chosen not necessarily on his or her ability to play hockey, but by continually showing a positive attitude toward the game, being a team player, and presenting as a leader on and off the ice.

At the tournament it is customary for both teams to meet at center ice at the conclusion of the game to tap sticks five times and raise them skyward.

The Oahe Hockey Association thanks the sponsors, hockey families, players and coaches that make this very special tournament possible.  And a special thank you to Bob, Jeri, and Kirsten Wilcox for their continued support of the event.