Pee Wee Falcons play final league game

Last Saturday, the Nakusp Pee Wee Falcons played their last regular league game against Kaslo.

Last Saturday, the Nakusp Pee Wee Falcons played their last regular league game against Kaslo. Kaslo got on the scoreboard quickly but Devon Coates tied the game a couple of minutes later, unassisted. Kaslo got the go-ahead goal midway through the second, but Coates tied it up 2-2, again, unassisted. In the third period, Kaslo got two more goals to achieve a 4-2 lead, but the Falcons still battled back. Coates got his third goal of the game assisted by Ewan Carter to narrow the gap. The Falcons had numerous shots on net, but the Kaslo goalie was hot. Late in the third period, Coates would get his fourth straight goal of the game, assisted by Carter. Time ran out and Kaslo secured the 8-4 victory.

The Falcons are now preparing for their home tournament February 13-15 with teams visiting from Kaslo, Vernon and Kamloops. Following the home tournament, the Falcons will be travelling to Grand Forks to participate in the West Kootenay playoffs.

 

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