The Seawolves fell behind early in their game against Terrace, eventually losing 12-1. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Peewee Seawolves have tough weekend loss against Terrace

The team fell behind by seven in the first period and couldn’t recover

The Seawolves took a tough loss over the weekend against Terrace.

The Peewee team fell behind early in the first period, and despite a strong effort to close the deficit, were not able to come back against their rivals.

The game started evenly, with both teams playing at a fast tempo. The Seawolves gave up an early cross checking penalty less than a minute into the game,but were able to successfully kill it and keep the score level at 0-0. Terrace was able to score two quick goals in the middle of the first to give themselvesan early lead before adding five more unanswered goals to lead 7-0 at the end of the period.

READ MORE: Peewees go 1-1 in Vanderhoof and Fraser Lake

The Seawolves battled hard in the second period, playing tough defence and limiting Terrace’s scoring. Callace Pierce scored at 5:58 in the period on abrilliant solo rush to put the Seawolves on the scoresheet, but Terrace was able to score two goals of their own to extend the lead to 9-1.

Despite continuing to play hard in the third period, the Seawolves conceded three more goals for the final score of 12-1.

The Seawolves are on break next week, but will have a chance to get some revenge when they play Terrace on Dec, 16.



matthew.allen@thenorthernview.com

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