Mar 6, 2013 / 2:48 pm
A Canada-wide contest that had participants supporting minor hockey teams in their area ended with a local team coming in second place.
The contest was put on by Timbrmart and encouraged participants to tally up points in an online game that went towards local minor hockey associations and Winfield Minor Hockey came away a winner.
The contest, called Sharpshooter, ensured Winfield received $10,000 -- half of which went to a charity of their choice, the Lake Country Food Bank.
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