Lakers C1 Peewee team puts in a strong effort

Although Lake Cowichan Lakers’ C1 Peewee League team lost their Saturday, February 5, home game against Nanaimo 6, the home team managed a few good jabs at their opponents.

Lakers Peewee player Nolan Fothergill maneuvers the puck away from the opposing Nanaimo team

Although Lake Cowichan Lakers’ C1 Peewee League team lost their Saturday, February 5, home game against Nanaimo 6, the home team managed a few good jabs at their opponents.

The first goal of the game came about just under nine minutes into the first period, when Nathan Bath got one in, assisted by Parker Bergstrom. This was followed by a goal by the Nanaimo team a few seconds later.

The final goal of the game, for Lake Cowichan, also happened in the first period, when Nic Brown scored a goal, assisted by James Cummings, tying the game.

Nanaimo managed five subsequent goals, ending the game 7-2, in their favour.

With Lake Cowichan tightening their game for the final period, no goals were scored in period three, though a few close-calls kept the audience excited.

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