Wyatt Reid fends off a Lillooet player

Ashcroft Peewee’s working hard

Ashcroft Peewee's continue to improve with every game.

The TCMHA PeeWee team played Lillooet twice on Nov. 24 at the Drylands Arena. It was the first time this season playing against Lillooet and although our team didn’t have the opportunity to score any goals, our goalie Ryan-Spur Reid made many amazing saves and everyone worked hard as a team keep the puck out of their end.

We would like to welcome some of our newest players this season: Jeremey Michell, Dustin Reid and Wyatt Reid are all new to the association and work their hearts out to improve their skills with every game. All of our players are improving with their passes and skating with every game they play.

Our next home game should be an exciting one on Friday, Nov. 30 at 5 pm against Logan Lake. Whether you have children in hockey or not, come out and cheer for the home team.

Deanna Horsting

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