Bantams dominate games with Ashcroft

The Bantam Warriors have played four games so far this season and have dominated all of them

Clearwater Bantam #26 Gibson Nash and team captain Jaxon Kjenstad battle for the puck in front of the Ashcroft net.

Clearwater Bantam Warrior #26 Gibson Nash and team captain Jaxon Kjenstad battle for the puck in front of the Ashcroft net during one of two games played against Ashcroft at the Sportsplex on Sunday. The local team won both games with scores of 15-0 and 15-2.

The Bantam team this year is made up of bantam- and peewee-aged boys, plus one midget-aged. The Bantam Warriors have played four games so far this season and have dominated all of them.

Below: Clearwater Bantam #14 Hudson Cobbs takes a shot on the Ashcroft net while Gerald Loring watches for the rebound.

Bantam shot

 

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