Atom Thunder Hawks win home tournament

Clearwater Thunder Hawk Kylie Blackmore celebrates after scoring a goal against Williams Lake

Clearwater Thunder Hawk Kylie Blackmore celebrates after scoring a goal.

Clearwater Thunder Hawk Kylie Blackmore celebrates after scoring a goal against Williams Lake during an Atoms tournament last weekend at the Sportsplex. The local squad won the tourney. The final was a close game against West Kelowna. The tournament included a a skills competition, which was enjoyed by all the kids. The Thunder Hawks are doing super well with six wins and one loss so far this season. Next games will be away against Logan Lake, the top team in their league on Dec 12. Next home game is not until Jan 2.

 

 

Nick puckLeft: Thunder Hawk Nick Andersen takes the puck up the ice during a game against Williams Lake during an Atoms tournament at the Sportsplex on the weekend. On the right is Dayton Jasper while Devin Holland follows.

 

 

 

Below: Members of the Clearwater Atoms Thunder Hawks proudly hold their trophy after winning their home tournament last weekend.

Atoms team

 

 

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