PeeWees pulling together

Ashcroft PeeWees give it all they've got. Next home game Nov. 25 against Lillooet.

The Ashcroft PeeWee team played against Logan Lake last Friday night in Ashcroft.

Although the final score ended up 5-2 in Logan Lake’s favor, the Ashcroft team played an excellent game, really pulling together as a unit and supporting their goalie, Ryan-Spur Reid. Lloyd Johnson and Tyler Antoine scored Ashcroft’s two goals.

The peewees are an outstanding group of kids, constantly improving with their passes, hustle and, most importantly, heart. They are looking forward to a busy season on the ice, traveling to the nearby communities of Logan Lake, Lilloeet and Merritt. The team pulls from the communities of Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Bonaparte, Clinton, Lytton and Thompson River Estates.

The next home game is Sunday, Nov. 25 when the PeeWees face off against Lillooet at 9:30 am and 12:30 pm. Come on out and support our home team.

Deanna Horsting

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