Over the past weekend

Atom C’s played with end-to-end action

Over the past weekend, the Sooke Atom Dev team played in Kerry Park’s Atom Development Thanksgiving Day Tournament.

Over the past weekend, the Sooke Atom Dev team played in Kerry Park’s Atom Development Thanksgiving Day Tournament. Winning all four round robin games, 10-0, 13-0, 8-0, 7-3 and ultimately meeting up with Kerry Park in the Finals…it was an intense game with end to end action, superb goaltending and a very fired up crowd!  1-1 at the end of the first period, it was anyone’s game, but the Sooke Atom Dev team turned up the pressure and took home the championship in a sweet 4-2 victory.

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Erin Fitchett



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