Peewee Rebels win home tournament

Other teams taking part came from 100 Mile, Kamloops and two each from Williams Lake and Quesnel

Clearwater Peewee Rebel Alex Lamash (r) takes the puck. Behind is teammate Cassidy Tucker.

Clearwater Peewee Rebel Alex Lamash (r) takes the puck past a Quesnel Viper opponent during a Peewee tournament at the Sportsplex last weekend. Behind waiting to back him up is teammate Cassidy Tucker. Clearwater won the seven-team tournament with a five-win record.  Quesnel Thunder took second place. Other teams taking part came from 100 Mile, Kamloops and two from Williams Lake.

Below: Clearwater Peewee Rebel captain #16 Soli Barstow stick handles the puck while #15 Damian Braaten and #14 Aubry Leppington wait for a pass.


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