Atoms win one and lose one

Clearwater Atoms split two games against Chase on Oct. 29 at the Sportsplex

Jaden Phillips (#3) has a breakaway.

Main photo: Clearwater Atoms hockey player Jaden Phillips (#3) has a breakaway during one of two games against Chase at the Sportsplex last weekend. The local squad won one game and lost one. They have two at home games against 100 Mile on Nov. 5. “100 Mile has a strong team and I expect it will be difficult for us to come up with a win so our focus will be on improving our game (positioning and hustle to the puck) and not worrying about the outcome,” said coach Barb Coates.

atomsLeft: Clearwater Atoms Chays York (#25) battles for the puck against a Chase opponent.

 

 

 

 

Below: Clearwater Atoms Michael Shook (#15) wins a face-off during a game against Chase.

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