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Look for the Eagles to play either Tier 3 or Tier 4 once the regular season starts up.
The North Island Midget Eagles brought home some shiny medals to add to their collection.
The Eagles played a two-game series on the weekend against the Oceanside Generals.
The loss was a tough one for the Eagles after winning seven straight league games.
The Mount Waddington Highland Dance Fall Competition saw 47 dancers compete.
“Overall I think the coaching staff was happy with the result”
The Mount Waddington Highland Dancing Association pulled out all the stops for its annual fall event
“The spirit of the runners I have nothing but compliments.”
Port Hardy got out to an early 2-0 lead and then kept building on it all game.
The Eagles put in some solid shifts over three tough periods.
Ongoing project will tie Tofino and Ucluelet together with a paved cycling trail
The Eagles faced off against rivals the Powell River Regals on Saturday and Sunday.
The Eagles got things started offensively with 40 seconds left on the clock in the first period.
“It was the tale of two games, really,” said head coach Ryan Handley.
The Eagles have been running roughshod over all of their competition so far this season.
The pair finished the sport course (30km) in four hours and five minutes.
Anytime you come home from the weekend on the road with two wins, it’s a positive step”
Goaltender Avary Miller was awarded first star by her team after Sunday’s game against the Generals.
Eagles fell to Kerry Park 9-5 and then defeated Nanaimo 4-1 at home.
“We had some really good moments where everything was clicking”