Bantams put their heart into playoffs

Ashcroft Bantams play hard for the playoffs. Next Ashcroft game against Lillooet on Saturday at 11 am.

The Bantams have a playoff game vs Lillooet this Saturday in Ashcroft at 11 am.

They played their first playoff game in Lillooet last Sunday. It was a super close game with Lillooet taking the win in the last couple minutes of the game. Hats off to goals scored by Jeremy Michell and Dario Antione.

The girls finished their league games sitting 5th place out of eight teams in the Peewee Girls division.

They played a double header in Kelowna on the weekend. INTENSE GAMES! The first game was a loss to us in double overtime. For the second, Kelowna took the win in a shoot out.

Our girls played their hearts out, continuously supporting one another and cheering each other on. It was fantastic to see the smiles on their faces at the end of the games, recognizing how far they have come and the incredible improvement each player has made. Way to go girls!

Deanna Horsting

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