Despite Loss, Westshore Wolves Come Up Winners for Charity

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With Photos by Kasey Eriksen (ISN)

November 28, 2012, Colwood, BC (ISN) – Despite their loss to the Victoria Cougars Wednesday night, the Westshore Wolves came up winners for charity, as 10-year old Juan de Fuca Minor Hockey player Keegan Hall, along with Wolves player Brady Walker-Brock shaved their heads in support of Pediatric Oncology in Victoria.

Hall is a centreman for the JDF Atom C1 team and has given up his birthday money and raised other funds for the cause.  He has donated approximately $300 and in support, the Wolves donated $4 from every $8 adult ticket sold last night.  

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JDF Atom C1 centreman Keegan Hall goes under the scissors in support of charity at Wednesday’s Westshore Wolves game (Photo: Kasey Eriksen / Island Sports News)

Also in support of Hall and the cause, the Wolve’s Walker-Brock, who had not had a haircut since August of 2011, took to the barber’s chair to have his head shorn.

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Westshore Wolve’s Brady Walker-Brock at the start (left) and end (right) of his head shaving ordeal (Photo: Kasey Eriksen / Island Sports News)


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Walker-Brock and Hall sporting their finished hairstyles 

(Photo: Kasey Eriksen / Island Sports News)

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