Kids laced up their runner for a road hockey tournament

Kids lace up runners for hockey tournament

Summer road hockey

Two teams of kids went head-to-head at the first Serious Sooke Road Hockey Tournament. About 12 local youths showed up at 8 a.m. at the parking lot behind Village Food Markets to play for participation medals. Sponsored by Coast Capital Savings, Village Food Markets and the Island Sports News Network, the event was hosted by Serious Coffee Sooke. The idea came from owner Gord Doucette who was inspired by similar tournaments held in downtown Victoria. He hopes to make it a monthly competition.

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