Christian Simeone and his father, Greg Simeone. Christian scored the second goal of the night on Saturday against the Prince George Spruce Kings. KAICEE TROTT PHOTO

Bulldogs celebrate Parents Weekend

Bulldogs’ parents were in the Alberni Valley this weekend for home games

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs hosted their Parents Weekend on Saturday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 22.

Bulldogs’ parents were in the audience to watch the boys take on the Prince George Spruce Kings on Saturday and the Victoria Grizzlies on Sunday.

READ: Bulldogs’ unbeaten streak ends with loss against Grizzlies

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KAICEE TROTT PHOTO Parents Weekend Bulldogs captain Ryan Steele gives his billet mom, Deserray McClary, a big hug on Parents Weekend.

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