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Former Shamrock Selected By Guelph in the OHL Draft
Submitted By tonyh on Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Former Hespeler Shamrock and current Cambridge Hawk, Rewdy Scott, 16, was taken first in the 13th round, 242nd overall, by the Guelph Storm.


Rewdy, still a Hespeler resident, began his hockey journey in Hespeler during Chip, Tyke and then Novice. By Minor Atom he sprouted wings and became a AAA Hawk where he remains to this day. He was the only Minor Midget AAA Cambridge Hawk player drafted in Saturday’s OHL priority draft.

The Cambridge Times describes Rewdy as "A rugged centre with 94 penalty minutes in 29 games for the Hawks, Scott had four goals and two assists in regular season play, but picked it up in the playoffs with three goals and two assists in eight postseason games."

It's great when we see our local kids earn their way to the next level.

Congratulations and Good luck to you Rewdy!
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