Peewee Posse player Curtis Gould takes a ‘flying shot on goal’ during the Princeton Posse vs Abbotsford Nighthawks tournament game on Saturday afternoon. The Posse Pewwees won all the tournament games and went on to be tournament champs.

Peewee Posse player Curtis Gould takes a ‘flying shot on goal’ during the Princeton Posse vs Abbotsford Nighthawks tournament game on Saturday afternoon. The Posse Pewwees won all the tournament games and went on to be tournament champs.

Princeton Posse Peewees win tournament

The Princeton Posse Peewee team take top spot in the Peewee House Tournament

The Princeton Posse Peewee team take top spot in the Peewee House Tournament hosted by the Princeton and District Minor Hockey Association at the Princeton Arena this past weekend.

Eight teams participated in the three day tournament which began on Friday afternoon. The Princeton Posse, Kelowna Stingrays, Abbotsford Nighthawks, Aldergrove Bears, Kelowna Predators, Kamloops Predators, Grand Forks Bruins and the Chilliwack Blades all played hard over the weekend vying for the top spot and the House Tournament Cup.

The Princeton Posse Peewee’s however, played top notch all weekend long, winning all three of their tournament games; Posse Peewee 7 vs Aldergrove Bears 0, Posse Peewee 8 vs Kelowna Stingrays 4 and Posse Peewee 9 vs Abbotsford Nighthawks 1—then on Sunday, Posse Peewee’s win the tournament against finalist team Grand Forks Bruins.

But, that’s not all…This team has won every game they have played this year. As of Friday, Jan 17 they have won 16 games, have no losses and no ties.

Next up for the team are the playoffs and then possibly on to the provincials. Good luck Princeton Posse Peewee’s.

The Spotlight will provide playoff dates as they are announced.