Midget Ice Hawks dominate

So far this season in league play the Midgets have 12 wins, one loss and two ties

Ice Hawks #7 Ryan Green and #18 Gerald Loring battle for the puck in front of the 100 Mile House net.

Main photo: Clearwater Midget Ice Hawk #7 Ryan Green and #18 Gerald Loring battle for the puck in front of the 100 Mile House net during one of two games at the Sportsplex on the weekend. The local squad won on Saturday 8-1 and again on Sunday 8-4. So far this season in league play the Midgets have 12 wins, one loss and two ties, with three league games left. Next weekend they play Kamloops and in ColbyJanuary they will compete at a tournament in Trail. Jan. 13- 16 they host their home tournament and in March they will host the provincials.

Inset photo: Clearwater Midget Ice Hawk #12 Colby Rhodes takes the puck from a 100 Mile House opponent.

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