Ravens split on weekend

Campbell River Ravens C team played a double header in Sanich on Saturday

Campbell River Ravens C team played a double header in Sanich on Saturday. The first game the Raven’s lost 7 to 6. It was a close game with the team fighting hard to the end. Single goals were scored by mathieu Gagnon, David Lavigne, Quinn Pedersen. Darien Nohr (Assistant captain)scored three goals one in the last minute. Sanich came back in the last 43 seconds to win the game. Game two the Ravens came back better defensively. Goaltender Kaleb Vivier held off many shots on net. The team worked hard to defend in their own end only to lose 4 to 2. those goals were scored by Darien Nohr and Captain Aidan Probyn.Showing great moves,on more than one occasion,Probyn defensively held off two of Sannich’s best players and prevented them from taking shots in Raven’s territory. Raven’s play Saturday at home against Westshore at 12:30 and 3:30 in rink one.

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