UPDATE: Prince Rupert Midget Rep hockey team doing well in Provincials

Prince Rupert's Midget Rep hockey team, the Seawolves, have won four provincial games, and tied one game. Playing for gold tomorrow.

After winning the Skeena Valley Zones last month, Prince Rupert’s Midget Rep hockey team, the Canadian Fishing Co. Seawolves, is continuing their fight for the top spot in British Columbia at Provincials currently being held in Osoysoos.

Provincials for teams from all over British Columbia, with players aged 16 through 18, started last Sunday, and will be running on the end of this weekend. At this point, the boys have won four games, and tied one.

The boys’ first game was held on Monday, March 19, when the boys tied 4-4 against Kelowna’s team.

The Seawolves then went on to play an afternoon game on March 20 against West Vancouver, where the Seawolves annulated to team 6-3.

The following evening, the boys took on Creston, once again coming out on top with a score of 6-2.

The Seawolves did it again yesterday, kicking some major butt against Dawson Creek, with a final score of 7-0 for the ‘wolves.

And this evenings semi-final game against Kenny Park was no different, with the team managing once again to come out victorious, with a final score of 8-0.

Tomorrow the boys will be competing in their last game of Provincials, with the possibility of them taking home first place in Provincials.

Keep watching for updates as they are made available.

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