Pewee season playoffs in Ashcroft this Sunday

Peewee players show what they've learned this season while on the ice.

The peewee team traveled out of town to Logan Lake last weekend for a tournament.

The kids played hard, and I saw improvement with every game. They played one game on Friday night, two on Saturday and once more for their playoff game on Sunday. Goalie Ryan-spur Reid played an amazing four games in net, stopping goals against teams from Williams Lake to Valemont. This team really is all heart and hustle.

The Ashcroft All Girls Power team played the last of their league games, a home game – in Ashcroft on Saturday. A super exciting game had the fans on their feet, cheering. Serina Netowaysin scored her first goal of the season, assisted by Alexis Aleck-Brown. Two more goals were scored by Monika Paulos and one by her sister Danika Paulos. Way to go Harley Antoine on your amazing saves. The ame ended 6-4 for Merritt.

Sunday the girls traveled to Valleyview for another awesome game! Great hat trick Monika Paulos!

This weekend coming up season playoffs begin in Kamloops with their second game in Ashcroft on Sunday, Feb. 3 at 9:30 am. Come on out and cheer them on!

Following that game on Sunday, the peewees take on Logan Lake at 11:30 am. See you at the rink!

Deanna Horsting

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