Clearwater Ice Hawks U18 goalie Ryan Chamberlain dives to save shot on net during the first period of Sunday’s game. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

Clearwater Ice Hawks U18 goalie Ryan Chamberlain dives to save shot on net during the first period of Sunday’s game. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

CMHA players hit the ice at North Thompson Sportsplex

Submitted by the Clearwater & District Minor Hockey Asociation

The U13 team hosted a double-header against Merritt on Saturday, Nov. 7.

The Clearwater Icehawks were victorious, winning both games 12-0 and 11-0. Scorers in the first game were Milo Hindle (2), Bailey Rotzetter, Blake Irvine (4), Ryly Curll, Owen Christensen, Tyson Matthews, Chace Smith and Sophie Collins. Finn Earle got the shutout.

Scorers for the second game were Chace Smith (3), Evan Colborne, Blake Irvine (2), Evan Cooke (2), Sophie Collins, Milo Hindle and Tyson Matthews. Tristan Cool had the shutout for the second game.

Our U15 team travelled to Lillooet for two games on Nov. 7 and 8. They split their games with a loss on Saturday and a win on Sunday. Lucas Taniguti was in net for both games.

In the first game, Tyson von Hollen scored the Hawks’ first goal in the second period followed by Michael Shook scoring their second goal in the third. Lillooet won the first game, 5-2.

On Sunday, Clearwater pulled out a win with a score of 4-1.

In the first period, Tyson von Hollen scored, with an assist by Chays York. Ethan Smith scored the second goal and was assisted by Jackson Graffunder and Jaden Phillips.

In the third period, Jaden Phillips scored two more goals to seal the win.

The U18 team hosted Windermere Valley. In the first game, Clearwater was up 2-0 with goals from Owen Sim, assisted by Alex Lamash, and Robert Waldner, with an assist from Ryan McNee and Devin Holland.

By the middle of the second period, the Clearwater Ice Hawks were down to eight skaters. Owen Sim scored again, and was assisted by Ryan McNee, but unfortunately, they ran out of steam, losing the battle 6-3. Piet Oud was in net.

With a full bench for the Sunday game, they won 5-2. Ryan Chamberlain played in net.

Goals were scored by Cole Allan, and assisted by Robert Waldner and Ryan McNee, Robert Waldner, with an assist from both Cole Allan and Ryan McNee, Ryan McNee, assisted by Devin Green and Matthew Lavigne, Robert Waldner, with an assist from Ryan McNee, and Matthew Lavigne, assisted by Cole Allan and Parker Collins.

The U18 will travel to Inveremere for a rematch against the Golden/Inveremere team, and the U10 group will have their first games in Logan Lake this coming weekend. The U13 and U15 teams have a weekend off.

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