Novice tournament keeps the arena busy over the weekend

The Princeton Posse Novice team hosted teams from Merritt, Kelowna, Chilliwack and Surrey.

Teghan Mullin of the Princeton Posse Novice team  takes a shot on goal during the game against Kelowna. The Princeton Posse Novice team had two wins and two losses over the weekend.

Teghan Mullin of the Princeton Posse Novice team takes a shot on goal during the game against Kelowna. The Princeton Posse Novice team had two wins and two losses over the weekend.

An Atom playoff game, 10 round-robin tournament games at the Novice level along with a skills competition, filled the Princeton Arena  with action this past weekend.

The Atom playoff between Princeton and Penticton resulted in Penticton advancing to the next round.

The Princeton Posse Novice team hosted teams from Merritt, Kelowna, Chilliwack and Surrey.

Shauna Hassell, tournament director for the Posse Novice team said it was a great weekend—the kids had a lot of fun.

Donations toward gift baskets and time given to run tournaments by parent volunteers is greatly appreciated.

“It’s teamwork that puts on a great tournament,” said Hassell.

Donations from Acklands-Grainger Inc. and Sue Coyne are appreciated as well.

Next tournament for Princeton Minor Hockey is the fun day on Saturday, Feb. 8 for the Princeton Posse Tykes.