Tough month for Eagles

Team sees four losses in a row, dropping them to bottom of Doug Birks League.

October hasn’t been easy for the Eagles. As of press time, the was on a four-game losing streak, to reside at the bottom of the Doug Birks Division with four points.

On Oct. 3, the Eagles wound up on the losing end of a 7-4 contest versus the Osoyoos Coyotes. Eagle Alex Astasiewicz was named first star in this physical, penalty-heavy game.

On Oct. 9, the Eagles were in the Cariboo to where they lost 5-1 to 100 Mile. Nathan Plessis put the Eagles on the board with an unassisted marker in the first frame.

An Oct. 10 home  game saw guests the Kamloops Storm earn a 5-4 win. Plessis was named first star for this game, after potting the final goal of the evening. The following night, on Oct. 11, the Eagles suffered a 7-1 defeat to the Coyotes. Once again Plessis received first-star honours, and was responsible for Sicamous’ single.

Game time is 7 p.m. for the Oct. 16/17 matches.

 

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