Clearwater Peewee John Wiunig takes the puck between two Vernon players during a six-team tournament at the Sportsplex last weekend. Following him up are teammates Kylie Fischer (back) and Soren Coates (middle). The local squad had two wins, one tie and one loss to come in third. Chilliwack placed first while Salmon Arm came second. Clearwater Peewee John Wiunig takes the puck between two Vernon players during a six-team tournament at the Sportsplex last weekend. Following him up are teammates Kylie Fischer (back) and Soren Coates (middle). The local squad had two wins, one tie and one loss to come in third. Chilliwack placed first while Salmon Arm came second.

Peewees place third in tourney

Clearwater wins two, ties one and loses one in six-team event at Sportsplex

By Keith McNeill

Clearwater wins two, ties one and loses one in six-team event at Sportsplex

 

Left: Two Vernon players chase Clearwater Peewee Korie McGill as she takes the puck up the ice. “The kids are playing better every game and they represented Clearwater with class - great attitudes and effort!” said coach Barb Coates. Next home games aren’t until Jan 20.

Clearwater Peewee John Wiunig takes a shot on the Vernon net (he just missed scoring).

Clearwater Peewee Devin Holland has the puck, with Korie McGill on the left and Devin Holland behind.

Ethan Smith takes the puck down the ice for the Clearwater Peewees, closely followed by teammate Jaden Phillips.

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