The Bantam girls took the 'Movember challenge' from the Peewee C1 boys! On November 7th

The Bantam girls took the 'Movember challenge' from the Peewee C1 boys! On November 7th

Faceoff Finale

The Sooke Fall Female Faceoff tournament was a great success. They had 342 players participate, and 47 volunteers.

The Sooke Fall Female Faceoff tournament  was a great success. They had 342 players participate, and the work of running the tournament was done by 47 volunteers. The skills competition was well attended, with 312 spectators watching. The Prestige was fully booked, the local restaurants were really busy. There was also an opportunity at SEAPARC to send a note to the Canadian athletes going to Sochi’s winter Olympics, and 525 people took advantage of this opportunity to send notes. All in all, it was a great success that received raving reviews from participating teams.

Overall

Peewee

  • Gold Medal: Oceanside C (in shootout)
  • Silver Medal: Campbell River C
  • Bronze Medal: Tri City C1

Bantam

  • Gold: North Shore
  • Silver: Peninsula
  • Bronze: Tri-City C1

Midget

  • Gold: Richmond Ravens C1
  • Silver: SI Royals Bantam A
  • Bronze: Sooke Thunderbirds

Skills Competition

Sooke: 20 Pts

  • Speed: 1st
  • Puck Handling: 4th
  • Agility: 1st
  • Shooting: 2nd
  • Goaltending: 5th

Oceanside: 19 Pts

  • Speed: 4th
  • Puck Handling: 2nd
  • Agility: 4th
  • Shooting: 2nd
  • Goaltending: 1st

Campbell River 17 Pts

  • Speed: 2nd
  • Puck Handling: 1st
  • Agility: 3rd
  • Shooting: 5th
  • Goaltending: 2nd

Tri City 14 Pts

  • Speed: 5th
  • Puck Handling: 7th
  • Agility: 3rd
  • Shooting: 1st
  • Goaltending: 4th

Peninsula 10 Pts

  • Speed: 3rd
  • Puck Handling: 6th
  • Agility: 5th
  • Shooting: 2nd
  • Goaltending: 5th

JDF 8 Pts

  • Speed: 7th
  • Puck Handling: 3rd
  • Agility: 7th
  • Shooting: 4th
  • Goaltending: 3rd

Victoria 8 Pts

  • Speed: 8th
  • Puck Handling: 5th
  • Agility: 8th
  • Shooting: 3rd
  • Goaltending: 4th

Cowichan 5 Pts

  • Agility:4th
  • Shooting 3rd

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