The U14 boys are off to a solid start with a win and a draw in its first two games.

Revelstoke U14 boys victorious

The U14 boys rep ream was in action this weekend in Kamloops where they played under the sun at McArthur Island Park.

The U14 boys rep ream was in action this weekend in Kamloops where they played under the sun at McArthur Island Park.

Following up a strong start to the season last weekend in Vernon, the boys jumped out again to a 2-0 lead on Kamloops U13A.

The boys played hard and created many chances, failing to convert but entertaining their family members in attendance. The game ended with a convincing 2-1 Revelstoke win.

The season continues with a midweek game Wednesday in Salmon Arm and Sunday in Kelowna.

In both games to date the boys have played well and been recognized, by both referees and opposite coaches, as being fair and respectful young men. Well done boys.

~ Contributed by coach Chris Macdonald

 

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