Sooke hockey action

A brief introduction to all of the recent hockey games.

Sooke is a Tier 3 association, which is based solely on population and how many Rep teams each association field. Usually the Sooke rep teams play in division 3 or 4.

This year all of the Sooke rep teams played in division 2 which in itself is a huge accomplishment!

Here is how each placed at the end of league play:

Peewee Rep

Finished  5th in division 2 – only 4 points from 3rd.

Bantam Rep

Finished  7th in divi  sion 2

Midget Rep

Finished  2nd in division 2- only 1 point from first place.

Playoffs started this past weekend for both the Peewee’s and the Bantam’s. The Peewee rep team won their first playoff game and has their eye set on the provincial championships which will be held in Kitimat B.C.

The Bantam team put forward an excellent effort however they were not successful in their play off weekend.

The Midget Rep team have their first play off game on February 1st in Sooke at 3:40pm.

They are four games away from making it to the B.C. championships, which will be held in Whitehorse, Yukon this March.

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