Revelstoke’s atom team celebrates with their regular season banner after winning the North Okanagan Super league title on the weekend.

Peewee, Bantam hockey teams into finals this weekend

Two of Revelstoke's minor hockey teams are battling for the league championships after winning their respective semi-finals this weekend.

Two of Revelstoke’s minor hockey teams are battling for the league championships after winning their respective semi-finals this weekend.

The Bantam team defeated Summerland in a best of three series to advance to the league finals against Kamloops in Tier 4 division. Revelstoke beat Summerland 8-5 and 4-2 to sweep the series.

Revelstoke and Kamloops were separated by one point in the regular season. The best-of-three finals will take place over the next two weekend. The teams play in Kamloops this Saturday, Feb. 21, in Revelstoke on Sat. Feb 28, and return to Kamloops for game three, if necessary, on Mar. 1.

Revelstoke’s Peewee rep team will be taking on North Okanagan in their finals. The team defeated Clearwater 9-3 and 8-1 over the weekend to sweep the semi-finals.

Revelstoke finished second in the Tier 4 division in the regular season — well ahead of North Okanagan – however North Okanagan upset the division-winning Kelowna team to reach the finals. The final takes place over the next two weekends.

The teams face-off in Revelstoke this Saturday, Feb. 21, at 3 p.m. Game two is in Armstrong on Sunday at noon and game three is in Revelstoke on Sat. Feb 28, if necessary.

At the Atom level, the Revelstoke rep team won the Super League title, finishing at the top of the 11-team league witha  15-1-2 record. They start the playoffs this weekend.

 

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