Bantam C Thunderbirds win over Peninsula C2 Eagles

Sooke's Thunderbirds win over the Peninsula Eagles, 10 - 2

Dreyden Alexander had a five point game including three goals, and Domini LaCroix picked up another hat trick as the team handily beat the Peninsula Eagles C2 team in a regular season game on Saturday afternoon.

Sooke racked up 36 shots; the Peninsula Panthers returned with 26 shots against Max Clouser.

Goal scores for Sooke included Dreyden Alexander (4), Dominic LaCroix (3), Leif Norquay-Pahl, Sheldon Kelley and Marco Corello.

Assists were from Garret Chiasson, Camden Young, Aiden Guloch, Alexander and Carello (3).

Garrent Chiasson and Kirin Connor played keen defense in the win.

Submitted by Michael Clouser

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