The PeeWee House Falcons showed their stuff on the ice early in the season

Nakusp earns third place, few penalties

The Nakusp Peewee House Falcons were at the Castlegar Tournament this past weekend.

The Nakusp Peewee House Falcons were at the Castlegar Tournament this last weekend of October. On Friday night they played the Kelowna Flyers, with the final score being 2-2. Saturday morning they played the Castlegar Renegades  to a 6-6 tie. Nakusp won 7-0 against the Greater Trail Hawks.

Their scores put them in third place, and Nakusp played Sunday morning in the semi finals. Unfortunately they lost in the semi finals to Kelowna Predators in a game with a final score of 3-2. Out of ten teams, Nakusp placed third overall.

Goalies for the weekend were Brayden Reardon and Alex Roberts, and both were awesome in goal, said Crystal Volansky.

Nakusp also earned the distinction of being the team with the least amount of penalty minutes of the tournament.


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