Staying Close

Penticton's peewee female team lost 2-0 to the South Okanagan Flames in Recreation Super League action on Sunday.

STAYING CLOSE —Cedar Carter (left) of the Penticton Pee Wee girls hockey team chases a South Okanagan forward at centre ice during minor hockey recreation super league action at McLaren Arena last weekend. The girls played a strong game but came out on the short end of a 2-0 decision. Sage Togyi (right) of the Penticton Pee Wee girls hockey team breaks down ice with a South Okanagan opponent close behind.

STAYING CLOSE —Cedar Carter (left) of the Penticton Pee Wee girls hockey team chases a South Okanagan forward at centre ice during minor hockey recreation super league action at McLaren Arena last weekend. The girls played a strong game but came out on the short end of a 2-0 decision. Sage Togyi (right) of the Penticton Pee Wee girls hockey team breaks down ice with a South Okanagan opponent close behind.

Penticton’s peewee female team lost 2-0 to the South Okanagan Flames in Recreation Super League action on Sunday. Penticton battled hard and were competitive in front of goalie Kale Docherty. Stephanie Lagrange was solid on defence, while first-year peewee Natalie Tremblay had one of her best games and played right wing and registered several shots.