The Oceanside Peewee Generals are gearing up for their provincial championships, looking to improve on the stellar season they’ve had so far.
Managing a second-place finish with a record of eight wins, three losses and two ties, the rep squad that is Tier 2 associated has been playing at the Tier 1 level.
Overall, they’ve compiled a record of 31 wins, six losses and two ties on their season, which includes tournament play, with a gold medal effort at a tournament in Port Alberni earlier this season.
The team has also captured bronze twice in Coquitlam and Comox.
“These young boys have had a phenomenal season,” assistant coach Greg Knight said.
“Playing at the Tier 1 level as a Tier 2 team, they’ve done very well and now we’re getting ready for a run at the B.C. championship.”
Currently sitting with two wins in the four-game round robin portion of qualifying, the Peewee Generals’ next game comes at home on Sunday, February 7, with puck drop slated for noon.