Bantam Tyees reel in Alberni Valley Bulldogs

The Campbell River Bantam B Tyees took on Alberni Valley last weekend

The Bantam B Tyees seemed to start their game out Sunday  slow with the ablity to win but size was not on their side.

With a few of their players helping out the Bantam A team, they called on a few of their affiliate players to assist with the game against the Alberni Valley Bulldogs.

They couldn’t have been more thankful. Robert Hutchinson  paired up with Jacob Thomas on a few goals and assists, giving both a six-point game.

A beauty rebound from Baker got them tied up with the Bulldogs going into the third period.

That’s when they unleashed the scoring duo of Hutchinson and Thomas who scored another two, giving them four goals in the third period and the victory win of 5-3 for  hard work.

Kristen Douglas/Campbell River Mirror

The Tyees showed their intensity during last Saturday’s game at Rod Brind’Amour Arena.

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