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Home Sports Peewee Predators go undefeated in Prince George

Peewee Predators go undefeated in Prince George

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – The Glacier Glass Female Peewee Predators went undefeated in tournament action over the weekend in Prince George.

The girls started off Friday with an 11-1 thrashing of Mackenzie followed by a 10-4 hammering of Prince George. On Saturday the girls were involved in a close one with Abbotsford but managed to find a way to a 7-5 win. Later that night they shutout Grande Prairie by the score of 3-0, pushing their record to 4-0.

In Sunday’s semi-final play they walloped Northwest B.C. with an emphatic 9-1 victory, booking their spot in the finals with Grande Prairie who would once again provide a tough game for the girls but thanks to a late goal in the third period courtesy Hailey Armstrong the Predators held on for a 1-0 victory.

“It was the best all-around performance by the team all season,” said head coach Dave Hamilton. “We played out systems, controlled play and were able to score a lot of goals which is huge.”

The team will play a handful of exhibition games between now and hosting provincials in mid-March.

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