Photo Credit: CPH
This past weekend at the Columbia Infantry game, the family of Carolina Premier Hockey played a role and got to see part of their hockey family at the USPHL level play.
Program Director Jon de Castro talked about it “In regards to the CPH – Infantry moment:
It was special for our young players to have that moment with the Infantry. The relationship between some of our players and theirs is a deep one as some members of the Infantry were billet brothers in the past during their time with the Rush. For a first-year club, to have such a close relationship with some of our players at CPH is a direct result of the culture that Ryan and Jacob are putting together in Columbia.
One of the most important things about this sport is the relationships that are built. It’s very special to see former Rush-turned Infantry players interacting with their former billet brothers. Those relationships are precious, and important and it’s fantastic that our players at CPH also have an extended relationship with the Infantry.”
Luke Maynard read the starting lineup for the Infantry and was a big part of this big evening with the CPH family.
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