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The Gazette Hockey Peak Performer of the Year: Travis Work, Air Academy

Sports: Gazette Preps : Other Thu, Mar 26, 2015 - 9:32 PM 0

Travis Work's hockey career, like many others', had been a dizzying dance. But with college looming, it was time to make a choice. He could continue with Triple-A hockey or play for high school. The benefits of going...

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