Pee Wees team coming together

Ashcroft's girls' Pee Wee team starting to develop its own style.

This past weekend the girls’ Pee Wee team welcomed Kamloops in a fast paced game on Sunday.

Our girls have improved in their confidence and packing the puck, working hard to keep the puck out of our end. Danika Paulos flew down the ice, beating the other team for the puck many times. While a few goals were let in with the final score being 5-1, Gracie Antoine worked hard to defend her sister, Harley in net. Our goal was scored by Monika Paulos, assisted by Kyla Horsting-Minnabarriet.

Atoms also played an exciting game on Sunday. At the end of the first period they were down 3-0 and were able to bring it back with the final score being 3-2 for Clearwater. Pearce Brown defended many shots on net always ready for the plays. Our younger players are really improving and always demonstrate their passion for the game. Excellent hustle by Shardy Coxon, Wyatt MCKullough, Ejah Nymen, and Cole McKay. Keep up the great work team!

Our next home game for the Atoms is on Jan. 26 at 10:45. Come on out and cheer!

Deanna Horsting

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