Midget Ice fall twice in Vancouver

The Kootenay Major Midget Ice hockey team lost twice on the road recently.

The Kootenay Major Midget Ice hockey team lost twice on the weekend in league action to Vancouver North East Giants.

On Friday, The Ice lost 6-3 despite two goals from Jake Lucchini. Also scoring for Kootenay was Quinn Klimchuk of Castlegar. Darren Medeiros of Castlegar added two assists.

The following night, Vancouver won 6-1 over Kootenay. Scoring the only Ice goal was Justin Post (unassisted).

Lucchini leads the team with 24 points in 20 games. Medeiros is second in team scoring with 16 points also in 20 games.

Other Castlegar and area players on the Ice are forward Kane Roberts and goalie Brett Soles of Castlegar, and Brandon Sookro of South Slocan.


The Ice are currently in last place in the B.C. Major Midget League with a 1-win, 17-loss, 1-tie record.



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