Peewees fall to Castlegar1 at home

This Sunday will see two minor hockey games on local ice - the Atoms at noon and the Midgets at 2 p.m.

The peewee house team was flat for the first period in a game against Castlegar1 in Midway arena on Sunday with Castlegar scoring two unanswered goals in the opening frame. That turned out to be the difference as the peewee Predators fell by a score of 5 – 3.

Rylonn Elliot got a hat trick with two goals in the second and another in the third. Assists went to Grayson Fromme and Natalya Tremblay.

The peewee team travels to an away game in Kaslo this Saturday. They will be in Rossland on Dec. 13. Their next home game will be on Jan. 4, 2015 against Castlegar1 at 2 p.m.

Sunday morning the atoms dropped a game to the Greater Trail3 by a score of 14 – 2. In the first period Charles Foy scored a goal with an assist by Ayden Colin. Colin scored the other Predator goal in the third period, with an assist credited to Max McQueen.

This Saturday the atom Predators will travel to Nakusp. On Sunday they will be on home ice in Midway against Castlegar2 at 2 p.m. The atom team will then have three road games and won’t return to Midway until Sunday, Jan. 18.

This Sunday, Dec. 7 will see the midgets on home ice against Castlegar at 2 p.m. The midget Predators won’t return for a home game until Jan. 18.

 

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