Peewees host tourney

Fresh off a tournament win in Langley, the Kelowna tier 1 peewee boys will look to make it two in a row this weekend.

Fresh off a tournament win in Langley, the Kelowna tier 1 peewee boys will look to make it two in a row this weekend.

The Rockets will host their own tournament beginning Friday at Memorial and Rutland Arenas.

The host Rockets will open up Friday at 10:15 a.m. at Memorial against the Vancouver T-Birds.

Other games for Kelowna go at 5 p.m. Friday vs Chilliwack, and 11:30 a.m. Saturday against Coquitlam.

The playoffs begin Sunday morning, with the championship final set for 2:30 p.m. at Memorial.

The Rockets are coming off a gold medal win at the Gil Martin Invitational Tournament last weekend in Langley.

The Rockets were in a pool with Juan deFuca, Ridge Meadows and Richmond, finishing with a 1-1-1 record. In the quarter finals, Kelowna defeated Burnaby Winter Club 6-1, then knocked off Langley 3-1 in the semis.

In the final, the Rockets downed Richmond 6-2, despite missing two players due to injury.

 

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