Predators rack up losses

Hockey news from the Boundary Minor Hockey Association.

The peewee Predators lost a heartbreaker to Kaslo last Saturday in Kaslo.

Going into the third period, the Preds were down by two goals but they fought back with Rylonn Elliot and Ben Macfarlane each scoring an unassisted goal to tie it with 3:35 remaining. Kaslo was able to hit the net one more time and won the game 3-2.

The peewee team is on the road this Saturday against Greater Trail2 in Rossland. Their next game on home ice is on Jan. 4 versus Castlegar2.

The atoms lost in Nakusp on Saturday 9-3 with Danny Macfarlane scoring a hat trick and Savanna Elliot two assists.

On Sunday, Dec. 7 they returned to home ice, dropping a game to Castlegar2 14-1. The lone Predator goal was by Danny Macfarlane, assists to Wade MacDonald and Soloman Elliot.

The atoms are on the road this weekend, going against Greater Trail2 on Saturday in Beaver Valley. They won’t return to home ice until Jan. 18, but they do have back-to-back away games on Jan. 3 (Castlegar1) and Jan. 4 (Grand Forks).

On Sunday, Dec. 7 the midgets dropped a game at home to Castlegar 10 – 3. Predator goals were scored by Joseph Kirschner, Tanner Watson and Patrick Cudworth. Assists were credited to Cudworth (2) and Robert McLaren.

The midgets have an away game next Sunday at Eastern Washington University; they will return to home ice on Jan. 18.

Last Sunday also saw the senior novice Predators on home ice hosting the Osoyoos Scorpions. Siarrah Corfe got the lone goal for the home team, scoring an unassisted goal in the second period.

 

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