Vanderhoof vs. Houston. Photos Ann Marie Hak, Black Press

Peewee and Atom Bears’ weekend tournaments

Peewees in Houston

Eight teams from Houston, Burns Lake, Smithers, Vanderhoof, Hazelton, Fort St. James, Terrace, and Prince Rupert were at the Houston Claude Parish Memorial arena on Nov. 4 and Nov. 5, competing in a peewee minor hockey tournament.

Atoms in Mackensie

The Atom Bears had a successful first tournament weekend in Mackenzie.

We entered 2 teams, Kodiaks and the Grizzlies, and both teams made it to the final at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.

It was a well played intense game – Bear against Bear. The Grizzlies come out the winners, in a 4 – 2 victory against the Kodiaks.

– with files submitted by Kari-Ann Gilbert and Black Press reporter Ann Marie Hak

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Vanderhoof vs. Houston. Photos Ann Marie Hak, Black Press

Bears vs Grizzlies on Mackensie ice. Photos submitted

Bears vs Grizzlies on Mackensie ice. Photos submitted

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