Midget Eagles sweep Clearwater tournament

The Sicamous Midget Eagles brought home the first-place hardware this weekend from Clearwater.

The Sicamous Midget Eagles brought home the first-place hardware this weekend from Clearwater.

The team went 3-1 for the weekend. First game versus the Kelowna Rockets was a tough one, losing 8-2. The team rebounded after that winning, 8-1 over Clearwater, 5-1 over 100 Mile House and, facing Kelowna again in the finals, winning 4-1.

The Midget Eagles record to date is 5 wins, 2 loses, 1 tie.

The boys’ season starts this coming Sunday at 11 a.m. versus our league rivals the Kelowna Rockets in Sicamous. The Eagles are 2-2 versus the Rockets.

The Eagles’ home tournament is Nov. 8-10, with nine teams coming to play, including three from Calgary and two from the Lower Mainland. Everyone is encouraged to stop by the rink and watch the hometown boys play.

The concession will be open, a raffle table will be filled with great prizes and the silent auction table will be sure to impress.

The tournament schedule will be posted the week prior to the tournament.


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