Fort St. James Minor Hockey Results

The Fort St. James Atoms played against Fraser Lake at home on Dec. 12.

  • Dec. 16, 2015 2:00 p.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

 

The Fort St. James Atoms played against Fraser Lake at home on Dec. 12.

The Atoms tied the first game, 10-10 but lost the second, 8-1.

On Dec. 13, they played against Vanderhoof losing 9-4. Vanderhoof also won the second game, 10-5.

The Fort St. James Pee Wee’s had a successful weekend winning against Burns Lake, 18-7 at home on Dec. 13.

The weekend concluded with another successful win as they went on to beat Burns Lake again, 14-8.

 

 

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