Shawn Minnabarriet gets a high five from coach Shane Minnabarriet after scoring the first goal of Saturday’s game.

Novices tie Lillooet

Ashcroft Coyotes tie the Lillooet Pistons in a home game.

Now that was an exciting hockey game on Dec. 6 in the Ashcroft arena. Way to go Ashcroft Coyotes!

The Novice team played an awesome game. It ended in a 6-6 tie in regulation time with the Lillooet Pistons and four goals in the shoot out!

They really came together and played as a team, It was great to watch!

Congratulations to our game goal scorers: five for #16 Shawn Minnabarriet and one for #7 Henry Quiring who is now two for two!!

Congratulations also to our shoot out goal scorers, #17 Holden Kinvig, #10 Waylon Hoggard, #2 Emma Antoine, and #12 Dallon Tomey.

And thank you Lyric Antoine for excellent goal tending.

Diana Hoggard

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