It was a great victory for the Didsbury Mountain View Colts when they beat the Lomond Lakers 6-2. 

 The Colts had goals from five different players with Reed Engman scoring twice. 

The game was part of an annual charity fundraiser to raise money for prostate cancer research. 

In the past ten years, the Colts have been able to raise 200,000 dollars for research. 

The Colts are currently 22-13-2 on the season and will strap on the stakes next Saturday for a game against the Red Deer Vipers.

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