Bantams tie one, lose one

Clearwater Bantams tie one game of two games against Winfield at the Sportsplex last weekend

Clearwater Bantam #9 John Meyer battles for the puck during a game against Winfield last weekend.

Clearwater Bantam #9 John Meyer battles for the puck during one of two games against Winfield last weekend at the North Thompson Sportsplex in Clearwater. The local squad tied the first 3-3 but lost the second 5-2.


colbyLeft: Clearwater Bantam #12 Colby Rhodes takes the puck up the ice during a game against Winfield last weekend. The local team’s next game will be on Jan. 3 against Salmon Arm.





Below: Clearwater Bantam #4 Jayden Kjenstad races two Winfield players for the puck up the ice during a game last weekend.


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