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Kitimat (white) and Burns Lake (black) warm up for their first match.
REPORTING · 9th January 2010
Walter McFarlane
The Midget Rep Teams, ages 15-17, from the Sacred Circle and Beyond, are in Kitimat this weekend for a tournament at the Kitimat Ice Rink and Tamitik Arena.

“This is the Kitimat Legion Bombers Midget Rep Tournament. We are having players from across the Northwest come. Fort Saint James, Vanderhoof, Smithers, Burns Lake, Terrace, Prince Rupert, Houston and Kitimat,” said Danna Buick, organizer.

Eight Teams are entered in the tournament and 16 games are scheduled, although there is not enough time to have the time for a full Round Robin. Already, Terrace has won their first game against Prince Rupert, 7-1, Kitimat has played against Burns Lake winning 10-0, Houston beat Fort Saint James at 5-4 have squared off in the Kitimat Ice Rink and Vanderhoof beat out Smithers 5-2.

The action is great so come on down and cheer on the youth. The action continues today from 7-5 and the finals will be on Sunday. The first place game is at 11:30 am in the Tamitik arena and the 3rd place game will be at 9:30 am.

Once again, those scores were:
Terrace vs Pr Rupert 7-1
Kitimat vs Burns Lake 10-0
Ft. St. James vs Houston 4-5
Vanderhoof vs Smithers 5-2
The puck is dropped, it goes directly towards the Kitimat Net...
The puck is dropped, it goes directly towards the Kitimat Net...
But is returned.  This is actually Kitimat's second goal of the tornament... both took place within the first three minutes.
But is returned. This is actually Kitimat's second goal of the tornament... both took place within the first three minutes.
The puck is stopped by the Terrace Goaltender.   Terrace is in White, Prince Rupert is in Aqua.
The puck is stopped by the Terrace Goaltender. Terrace is in White, Prince Rupert is in Aqua.
Meanwhile, in Kitimat Ice Rink, Houston in Orange takes on Fort Saint James in Black.
Meanwhile, in Kitimat Ice Rink, Houston in Orange takes on Fort Saint James in Black.