PHOTOS: Clearwater Peewees shut out Ashcroft

The Clearwater team is doing well this year, with five wins and one tie in league games

Cassidy Tucker (#9) battles through two Ashcroft opponents.

Main photo: Clearwater Peewee Cassidy Tucker (#9) battles through two Ashcroft opponents during one of two games against Ashcroft on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Sportsplex. The local squad won both games. The team is doing well this year, with five wins and one tie in league games. Next weekend they will play 100 Mile House in Clearwater, then will travel to Lillooet the following weekend.

Below: Clearwater Peewee John Wiunig (#14) takes the puck up the ice as two Ashcroft players pursue.

 

 

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