Ashcroft’s Lyric Antoine (left) scores his first goal of the season

Atoms’ hard work pays off

Atoms hockey team, Ashcroft Knights, defeats Merritt at Drylands Arena.

The Ashcroft Knights played a fantastic game against Merritt’s Atom team on Saturday. They played hard and worked together as a team. Two goals accomplished!

And they finished with a 6-4 win!

Congratulations to Lyric Antoine for knocking in his first goal of the season! And congratulations to Kheller Ouellette, Holden Kinvig (two goals) and Darius Kirkpatrick (two goals) for their hard earned goals as well.

Assists were made by Erika Ignace, Kheller Ouellette, Holden Kinvig, Shawn Minnabarriet and Taylan James.

Our last three Warriors of the Week were #14 Cashtin Minnabarriet, #12 Taylan James and #15 Darius Kirkpatrick.

Fans get to watch back to back games on Saturday, Dec. 19 as the Knights face off against Clearwater  at 10am and and again at noon here in Ashcroft. Come on out to cheer on the Home Team! Go Knights!

Diana Hoggard

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