Pee Wee Spring Breakaway

Oceanside Minor Hockey Association will host its annual Pee Wee Spring Breakaway Tournament this weekend at Oceanside Place.

The Oceanside Peewee Girls team beat first place Victoria 2-1 to win the Island League Championship on Feb. 27. From top

Oceanside Minor Hockey Association will host its annual Pee Wee Spring Breakaway Tournament this weekend at Oceanside Place Arena in Parksville.

The eight-team tourney will run March 12-14 and feature games throughout the day both Saturday and Sunday. The playoffs and gold-medal final are scheduled for Monday as students start spring break.

The host Oceanside squad will be joined by teams from Saanich, Peninsula, Juan de Fuca, Victoria, Cowichan Valley, Nanaimo and Campbell River.

Top-placing teams will earn trophies and the players will be awarded medals.

Admission is free to the public. The concession will be open and there will be raffle baskets, prizes, 50/50 draws and a Loony stick raffle.

— NEWS Staff and OMHA submission

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