Bantams hold battle

The local players tied the eventual winners, Chase, in their first game but then lost their next two match-ups

Clearwater Bantams (l-r) #13 Emma Collins

Clearwater Bantams (l-r) #13 Emma Collins, #12 Juniper Wadlegger and #10 Keylan Chernoff battle for the puck in front of the Kamloops Rednecks’ net during an eight-team tournament held at the Sportsplex last weekend. The local players tied the eventual winners, Chase, in their first game but then lost their next two match-ups and were unable to advance out of the round-robin.





Reid scoresLeft: Reid Parldy forces his way with the puck from behind the net to score a goal on the Kamloops Rednecks.







Below: Clearwater Bantam #5 Dallas Tucker keeps the puck away from two Kamloops Rednecks during a game held Sunday.

Dallas keeps


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