Season comes to an end

The Atoms, Pee Wees and Midgets all went through to the semifinals in each of their playoff tournaments this year.

A Pee Wee tournament was held in Kaslo on the weekend while the Midgets had their playoffs in Trail.

The Predator Pee Wees started strong, winning their first three games. They beat Trail (2) on Friday by a score of 6-1.

Saturday morning they beat Nelson 4 – 3, and on Sunday morning they bested Castlegar (2) by a score of 6-1.

Castlegar (1) took the Predators out in the semi-finals, though, in a 6-1 game.

Over in Trail the Midgets beat Spokane 6-5 on Friday. The rest of the tournament saw them lose to Grand Forks 7-1, Greater Trail (2) by a score of 6-2, and again losing to Grand Forks in the semi-final 9-2.

“We had a great season with the teams and Boundary Minor Hockey,” said BMHA president Rob Payne.

The awards banquet and annual general meeting will be held on April 17 at Midway Community Hall.

 

 

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