Sooke peewee boys win provincial championship.

Sooke peewee boys win ay provincials

Bringing home the gold

Peewee boys played their hearts out to win the title of provincial champions in Cloverdale last weekend (July 22 to 24th). Clearwater came into the tournament the favorite and came out in first place after the round robin. Sooke entered the playoffs three and one (only losing to Clearwater). They quickly put Clearwater away with a commanding win in the semi final only to come up against them again in the final. The tired Clearwater boys were no match for the Sooke squad who came away with a 12-2 win.

 

From front left: Lucas Blatchford, Cort Harrison, Jacob Gallant, Larkin Galbraith, Jonah Phillip, Charlie Richardson, Greg Banner (coach), Kelby Wittich (coach), Eric Palle, Scott Dickie, Matthew Lewers, Connor Bains, Aiden Thompson, Iain Sutherland (coach)

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