Wyatt McCullough takes control of the puck and heads into the 100 Mile House end with his team mates.

Pee Wees thump 100 Mile House

The Ashcroft Pee Pees celebrate their first win of the season.

The Ashcroft Aces Pee Wee team nailed down a big win on Dec. 5 in a home game against 100 Mile.

This was the first win of the season for the peewee hockey team and was very well deserved. They have been trying very hard and improving with each game.

Goals were scored by Wyatt McCullough who scored five goals, Monika Paulos scored two goals, and Lenay Weigel and Carson Moses scored one goal each for a 9-2 win over 100 Mile.

Everyone came together and played very well.

Wyatt received the team hardhart for the hardworking player in that game. Goalie Pierce Brown also definitely deserved credit for his hard work during that game, keeping out several shots from 100 Mile’s top players.

The next day the team played the Lillooet pee wee team. They didn’t come ahead with a win but Skylar Brown received the hardhart for hard working player during that game.

Wyatt McCullough was named team captain on Dec. 5 and Shardy Allison was named assistant Captain.

The team was sad to lose their player Cole McKay to a broken ankle at a practice last month. Cole will be out of the action for some time due to his injury.

They have one more game before the Christmas break on Dec. 19 in Merritt. The team has a tournament coming up in January in Williams Lake that they are looking forward to.

Katie McCullough

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