Clearwater Peewees (l-r) #10 Owen Sim, #12 John Wiunig and #11 Bailey Murray scramble in front of the Chase goal during a playoff game at the Sportsplex on Saturday. The local squad won the game 8-4 but lost the third and final match-up the following day by a narrow margin.

Clearwater Peewees (l-r) #10 Owen Sim, #12 John Wiunig and #11 Bailey Murray scramble in front of the Chase goal during a playoff game at the Sportsplex on Saturday. The local squad won the game 8-4 but lost the third and final match-up the following day by a narrow margin.

Peewees take on Chase

Clearwater Peewees narrowly lose game three for league championship

Clearwater Peewees forced a third game against Chase for the playoff banner by defeating them 8-4 in game two on Saturday, March 10.

Unfortunately, the local team lost game three on Sunday in a close match-up.

Game one of the playoff series had been held in Chase while the last two were held at the Sportsplex in Clearwater.

READ MORE: Peewees beat Merritt twice (Feb. 18, 2018)

“The kids played their hearts out,” reported coach Barb Coates.

Next up for the Peewees will be the Districts at home in the Sportsplex on March 17,18 and 19.

“Our first game is against Chase, so it will be a great one to watch,” said Coates.



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Clearwater Peewee #11 Bailey Murray congratulates #12 John Wiunig after he scores a goal.

Clearwater Peewee #11 Bailey Murray congratulates #12 John Wiunig after he scores a goal.

Clearwater Peewee #10 Owen Sim looks for a way around a Chase opponent.

Clearwater Peewee #10 Owen Sim looks for a way around a Chase opponent.

Clearwater Peewee #14 Soren Coates goes after a rolling puck.

Clearwater Peewee #14 Soren Coates goes after a rolling puck.