The Pee Wee Bears came out on top of their final tournament of the season in Oceanside last weekend.

Bears bring home gold

The Campbell River Pee Wee Bears travelled to Oceanside last weekend and participated in their final tournament of the year.

The Bears battled hard winning two games, tying one game and losing one game in the round robin. In the end they came first in their pool and made it through to the final game to play for Gold against one of the host teams.

The teams were evenly matched and the game was back and forth to very end.

At the end of the third period, the game was tied at four and went into to a 4-on-4, five-minute sudden death overtime period. Neither team scored then either, which meant the game was going to a five-player shootout. After five shooters each it was stilled tied.

The sixth shooter for Oceanside shot and missed. The sixth shooter for Campbell River #14 Owen Lagos shot and scored meaning the Campbell River Peewee Bears brought home Gold.

Goals and assists came from David Stevens, Owen Lagos,  Nic La Pierre, Cole McIntosh, Andrew Van Dyck, Liam MacKinnon, Emile Abele, Tristan Granter, Joseph Marks, Spencer Hewett, and Riley Kilpatrick. Goaltending was by Thomas Burnside.


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