A Vanderhoof Bear avoids an opposition player as he tries to take the puck up the ice in a game against the Prince George Leafs on Saturday. Vanderhoof beat the Leafs 7 - 1.

Vanderhoof peewees top tournament

The Vanderhoof peewee Bears came out on top this weekend during at two-day tournament at home.

The Vanderhoof peewee Bears came out on top this weekend during at two-day tournament at home.

On Saturday, Vanderhoof (team one) started off the day with a game against the Prince George Foothills, beating them 4 – 3. Vanderhoof (team two) played next against the Prince George Leafs, getting another win 7 – 1.

Next the Prince George Foothills beat Houston 4 – 2 and Chetwynd beat the Prince George Leafs 8 – 3.

Before the end of the day, Vanderhoof (team one) played another game against Houston, beating them 10 – 3 and Vanderhoof (team two) beat Chetwynd 2 – 5.

On Sunday the tournament playoffs took place. At the end of the day both Vanderhoof teams remained at the top of the table and played each other in the final game of the day. Unfortunately one player was injured and had to be taken to hospital by ambulance and so the game was not completed.

 

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