Jada Raphael (20) tries for the puck as Tyler Antoine (61) watches in Sunday’s game against Logan Lake.

PeeWee Girls win first game in playoffs

A wrap up of the past week in Ashcroft PeeWee hockey.

The PeeWee Girls team played hard this weekend in their first round of playoffs. Their first win of the season brought the fans to their feet in Kamloops on Feb. 3! The final score was 5-2 Ashcroft.  The goals were scored by Kate Curran, Ali Aie and Jada Raphael. In Game 2 the girls played hard and finished with a good score of 4-2 Kamloops. They will be heading in to Kamloops this week for their third game!

The peewee team played an exhibition game against Logan Lake last Sunday in Ashcroft. The players had fun even though they lost 6-0. The kids demonstrated their improved skating and puck handling. The peewee team is playing Lillooet this upcoming weekend for their playoffs! Wish them luck!

Deanna Horsting

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