Bantams lose one, win one

The team beat Kamloops 5-4 on Sunday in the Sportsplex after being behind 3-0

Angus Allchin goes for a backhand while teammate Michael Loring waits for the rebound.

Main photo: Clearwater Bantam Rep Icehawk #8 Angus Allchin goes for a backhand shot against Kamloops while teammate #17 Michael Loring waits for the rebound.

The team beat Kamloops 5-4 on Sunday in the Sportsplex after being behind 3-0. On Saturday they lost 8-4 to Kamloops in Kamloops in their first game of the season.

“I think the season will look good for us this year. We have a really good group of players that are willing to work hard and put in a good team effort,” said Donald Collins, one of the coaches.

MichaelLeft: Clearwater Bantam Rep Icehawk #17 Michael Loring takes the puck away from a Kamloops player during a game at the Sportsplex on Sunday.

 

 

Below: Clearwater Bantam Rep Icehawk #8 Angus Allchin hits the post with his shot.

Angus hit post

 

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