Novice players Lyric Antoine and Waylon Hoggard hold off Lillooet’s play

Ashcroft Novices and Peewees gaining

It was a busy weekend for Ashcroft's minor hockey teams.

It was the Ashcroft Ninja’s (Novice) first meeting this year with Lillooet’s Novice team last Saturday in Ashcroft.

It was another exciting game. Our players are showing lots of improvement and team work every time they step on the ice. It was great to see all the smiling faces on the ice and all the support of Family and Friends in the stands!

We have a rematch next weekend in Lillooet, Saturday Dec. 14 at 2 pm

The Peewee Girls traveled to Kelowna last weekend for two games. They played hard and pulled together as a team!

The first game was a loss 2-0, but the game on Sunday was a tie 3-3 with Gracie Antoine scoring her first goal! Nice work team!

They are off to Lillooet this weekend as are the Bantams and Atoms! Wish all of the players luck!

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