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Peewees worked hard in 6-2 loss to Kerry Park

Oceanside’s Peewee A Rep Generals have been bringing plenty of jump to the rink this season. Above, Josh Urquhart grabs some air while trying to screen the goalie on a point shot while teammate Greyson Weme watches his back during Sunday’s game against the Islanders. - James Clarke photo
Oceanside’s Peewee A Rep Generals have been bringing plenty of jump to the rink this season. Above, Josh Urquhart grabs some air while trying to screen the goalie on a point shot while teammate Greyson Weme watches his back during Sunday’s game against the Islanders.
— image credit: James Clarke photo

Oceanside’s Peewee A Rep team had their hands full on home ice Sunday, battling hard but did not get any bounces in a 6-2 loss to the Kerry Park Islanders in a fiercely contested fast-paced hockey game.

Jimmy Shworan (Aslan LaCouvee, Aidan Goodfellow), and Greyson Weme (Eli Adamowski, Josh Urquhart) accounted for Oceanside’s  scoring.

The loss leaves the locals at 2-7 and in the bottom half of their Tier 2 league, but rumour has it there might be some puck-luck for the kids under the tree.

 

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