A Fort St. James Pee Wee Stars player tries to put a rebound past the Houston Flyers goaltender during the nail-biter battle for third place in the tournament at Fort Forum on Jan. 12.

Pee Wee playoffs

Fort St. James hosted a pee wee minor hockey tournament on Jan. 11-12.

A Fort St. James Pee Wee Stars player tries to put a rebound past the Houston Flyers goaltender during the nail-biter battle for third place in the tournament at Fort Forum on Jan. 12.

The Stars ended the game on top 4-3, with a team partially comprised of Atoms players moved up to fill out the bench.

Sean Tay Julian scored two of Fort’s winning goals, Max Burgart scored one and Donovan Gregg scored one.

Fraser Lake won the tournament, while Mackenzie took second.

Look on the Caledonia Courier Facebook page for more photos.

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