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Merrill pair make Team Wisconsin PeeWee team


Mason DeBroux, left, and Judah Leder.

Posted by: , April 14, 2017


Merrill Youth Hockey players, Mason DeBroux and Judah Leder, were selected to represent the Region 2 team in the 2017 Kohlman Cup Tournament held April 1-2 in Sun Prairie.

The Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association (WAHA) is broken into six regions statewide with these players first having to earn a spot by topping the competition in their own region. The Kohlman Cup is an event that showcases the top Tier II PeeWee hockey players in the state of Wisconsin. The Region 2, 2005 birth year team had a successful weekend and won all their games including winning the championship game.

After the weekend concluded, Mason and Judah were chosen for the 2005 Team Wisconsin PeeWee Team which will play in the Northern Exposure Hockey AAA tournament to be held in July this summer.

Central Wisconsin Hockey Community Loss

Jacob with his dog Avalanche

Logan Jacob Brummond "L.J.", age 22, of Wausau, died on Sunday, January 10, 2016 as a result of a tragic car accident.  "L.J" was a senior at UW - Stevens Point where he was studying psychology and political science.  Logan graduated from Wausau East in 2012 and was a member of the Wausau East Lumberjack Hockey Team.  Family, Friends, and Hockey were the most important things to Logan.  Logan's brother Austin is currently a member of the East Lumberjack Hockey Team.  The Brummond Family are huge supporters of the Wausau Hockey Community and can usually be found volunteering at the rink (Marathon County Park).  Merrill Youth Hockey Coach Chris Marlowe worked with Jacob's Grandfather for 20 years and recalls the dedication the Brummond Family gave our sport.  "Every time I am in the Wausau rink I can always count on running into one of the Brummonds.  This is a huge blow to not only Wausau Hockey but the entire Central Wisconsin Hockey Community." said Marlowe.  "The Hockey Community is small and very tight knit, our sympathy goes out to Logan, his family, and Wausau Hockey."

Memorials may be given to the Friends of East Hockey, PO Box 1784, Wausau, WI  54402-1784.

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