Clearwater Midget Angus Allchin goes after a rolling puck in front of the Chase net while teammate Colby Rhodes backs him up.

Ice Hawks take on Chase

Clearwater Midgets team undefeated so far this season in league play

Clearwater Midget Ice Hawks took on Chase in two games last weekend at the Sportsplex. On Saturday the Hawks won 11-5 while on Sunday they won again 9-2.

The weekend before that they were in Lillooet, where they won their Saturday game 12-0 and on Sunday 11-1.

So far this season, Clearwater Ice Hawks have won all their games and are first in their league. Their only loss has been one exhibition game against Vernon.

READ MORE: Clearwater hosts successful Midget Tier 4 provincials – 2014


Clearwater Midget Mason Wadlegger takes the puck up the ice as a Chase player comes in to challenge him.

Clearwater Midget Mitchell Chayer battles for the puck with two Chase players.

Clearwater Midget #9 Matthew Lawless goes after the puck, backed up by #19 John Meyer.

Clearwater Midget #16 Michael Loring goes in on the Chase net on a breakaway.

Clearwater Midget Colby Rhodes takes the puck up the ice with teammate #4 Jayden Kjenstad. Following them up are Michael Loring (l) and John Meyer (r). Clearwater Midget Colby Rhodes takes the puck up the ice with teammate #4 Jayden Kjenstad. Following them up are Michael Loring (l) and John Meyer (r).

Clearwater Midget Gibson Nash has the Chase goalie’s attention as he goes behind the net.

Clearwater Midget John Meyer takes the puck up the ice, closely followed by a Chase opponent.

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