The Prince Rupert midget rep Seawolves hit the road for a Quesnel-based tourney last weekend.

Midget reps go 1-3 in Quesnel

After a long road trip, the Prince Rupert midget rep Seawolves went 1-3 against some tough competition in Quesnel last weekend.

After a long road trip, the Prince Rupert midget rep Seawolves went 1-3 against some tough competition in Quesnel last weekend.

In their first game, the Seawolves lost 6-3 to Quesnel. For Rupert, Drew Fudger scored twice and Mitch Cook scored once.

The second game saw Rupert face off against Williams Lake, but again fell 4-2 to the eastern team. Dave Smith and Hunter German each notched a tally in the loss.

In their third match, the Seawolves took on a strong Prince George squad, but ended up losing 6-2 versus their opponents. Cook had a game to remember, finding the back of the net twice to score the Seawolves’ only goals.

The Seawolves’ final game gave the group some life, defeating Fort St. John 4-2. Fudger, Gary Sekhon and Tyler Matalone all scored for the good guys. In the assist totals, Fudger had four, Keiden Archer had five, Sekhon notched one and Manreet Deol had one as did Matalone, Sage Acker and Keenan Marogna. Cook, Liam Quane and Jared Carter also had one helper each.

 

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