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Junior Thunderbolts back in action

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EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

We may not have the Evansville Pro-Thunderbolts back in action until October, but the Junior Thunderbolts are back at the Swonder Ice Arena gearing up for the season ahead. 

Last year, the team finished with a record of 14 and 31 which was a huge improvement from the 15-16 season when the team won two games.

The team reported for camp last week, and they feel like they have added the right players in the off-season to keep building this club. They said they are excited and ready for the season ahead. 

The Bolts will get the season under way Friday, September 15 as they host the Point Mallard Ducks.

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