A Lakers player attempts to take control of the puck from the Fuller Lake offensive and lead the play away from the Lakers net in a home game on Dec. 1 that the Lakers lost.

Novice players learn leadership on the ice

Tough loss to the Cowichan Valley C1 team at Island Savings Centre

On the weekend of Nov. 24-25, the Lake Cowichan Lakers Synergy Safety Novice C1 were on the road  for two away games.

After a tough loss to the Cowichan Valley C1 team at Island Savings Centre on Saturday, the Synergy Safety team rebounded to a 9-0 win over Kerry Park Novice B3 on Sunday morning.

Kevin Ferguson was strong between the posts. Mariah Segee assisted Jayden Chupik with the team’s first goal of the game.

All second year Novice players demonstrated leadership throughout the game, especially Dylan Cummings who set up many plays that allowed his team- mates to score goals.

Brooklynn Creelman dug his way to his first goal of the season.

 

 

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