he Revelstoke Grizzlies peewees celebrate their undefeated home-tournament victory after a 9-5 final win against Lake Bonavista on Nov. 24.

Peewee Grizzlies win home tournament

The Peewee Grizzlies were triumphant in their home tourney over the weekend, winning all their games.

The Peewee Revelstoke Grizzlies powered through their home tournament undefeated, capping it off with a convincing 9-5 win against Lake Bonavista in the final game on Nov. 24.

In the round-robin games, the peewees beat Kamloops 7-1, downed Crowfoot 3-1 and faced their toughest challenge of the tournament in a close 4-3 win over Simons Valley.

Revelstoke downed Winfield 7-3 in the semi-finals on Sunday before heading into the finals against undefeated Lake Bonavista.

Team manager Alex Farrugia said the young players’ team-oriented effort enabled them to punctuate the tournament with another assertive victory.

The team thanked arena staff, parents, families, refs, friends and Dennis Berarducci for all their contributions to the tournament.

 

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