The U13 Rec team travelled to Nelson to play in a tournament against many interior teams. They played hard and were in every game until the very end. They lost to Trail 7-5, Grand Forks 4-2, and Nelson 6-4, but tied Kelowna. In the Nelson game, they were ahead 4-2 after two periods, but just ran out of steam. Throughout the tournament Kade Shaw, Crosby Vernon (4), Tanner Cropley, Hayden Walker (2), Sawyer Wright (2), Theodore Wilson (2), Braydon Rice, Ethan Dewey, all scored goals, spreading goals throughout the team. Sawyer (3), Tanner, Meika VanderVinne, Ethan (2), Bryce Konge, Kade, and Sawyer all had assists. Great games boys.
The Midgets travelled to Cranbrook on Sunday, where they did not play their best against the Cranbrook team, losing 10-2. However, they did have fewer penalties than their last game. Lukas Pfisterer on a pass from Leif Dubreuil scored the first goal for the locals and Brydon Fleming scored in the third on a pass from Lukas.
The U11 team hosted a home tournament where the competition was quite stiff. They lost both games Saturday, one to Kimberley and one to Elk Valley as they are getting used to playing on full ice for the first time. Then on Sunday, they won two games against Cranbrook on Sunday, one 3-2 and one 4-0, with many of the goals having assists. Goals were scored by Jack Gramlich, Hudson Lapointe (4), Teagan Wolfenden, and Pistol Keith (2). Assists were recorded by Addison Chasse, Nash DuBois, Jackson Baron, Jack Hildes, and Jack Joy. In the last games, Nicholas Buttle, the goalie, had a shutout, leading the team to a 3rd place finish. The improvement over the weekend pleased the coaches and the parents.