The Revelstoke peewee rep hockey team celebrates with its league title after sweeping the finals against North Okanagan over the weekend.

Revelstoke peewee squad off to provincials

Revelstoke peewee rep hockey team off to provincial championships; Bantam team wins game one of league final; Atoms sweep weekend games

The Revelstoke Peewee rep hockey team is off to the provincial championships after sweeping the North Okanagan Knights in their league finals over the weekend.

The Peewee team swept its series in convincing fashion, winning 6-2 at home on Saturday and 5-1 win in Enderby on Sunday.

The victory earned the team the Okanagan-Mainline Amateur Hockey Association Tier 4 title and a trip to the provincial championships in Kimberley from March 14–18.

Revelstoke’s Bantam team got off to a strong start in its league final, with a 3-0 shutout victory over Kamloops on Sunday. They will look to close out the series at home this Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Forum at 3 p.m. Game three is in Kamloops on Sunday, if necessary.

Revelstoke’s Atom team kicked off its playoff with a 6-1 win over Salmon Arm 1 on Saturday and a 6-2 win over Winfield on Sunday.

The team will head to Sicamous for a game against Salmon Arm 2 on Wednesday, followed by a home tilt against Vernon 3 on Saturday at 10:50 a.m.


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