Pee Wees get off to a strong start

The Campbell River Peewee A minor hockey team got off to a promising start in Tiering Round competition this weekend

The Campbell River Peewee A minor hockey team got off to a promising start in Tiering Round competition this weekend. In Victoria on Saturday they came away with an 8-5 victory against Racquet Club. Tyler Dickson was impressive with two goals and three assists. Seth Parker and Dawson Frank came away with one assist each. Ben Reiger, Will McLean, Lucas Lund, and Justin Kennelly each racked up a goal. Todd Cambell made two assists and Olivia Knowles, Nolan Fair and Doug Campbell each made 1 assist. Despite what looked to be some serious injuries in the home opener on Sunday morning, they managed a 5-1 win against the Nanaimo Clippers, a team that defeated them, 6 to 3, on their first exhibition outing this season. Tyler Dickson led the scoring again with two goals and one assist. Todd Campbell scored two goals and Nolan Fair scored one goal and two assists. Damian Rennie made two assists and Lucas Lund assisted on one. Head coach Marc Ouellette and assistant coach Jim Dixon are pleased with the effort and progress the team has made implementing the plays they have been practicing. They are very optimistic that as the players learn their new roles on the team and get use to playing with each other they will continue to improve.

Campbell River Mirror

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