ELENA RARDON PHOTOS The North Island Peewee Eagles came up just short in a shootout in the gold medal game against the Campbell River Tyees.

North Island Peewee Eagles bring home silver medals from Thanksgiving tourney

With the game tied 5-5, the Eagles came up just short in a shootout.

The North Island Peewee Eagles won silver medals at their Thanksgiving tournament last weekend. With the game tied 5-5, the Eagles came up just short in a shootout against the Campbell River Tyees, who claimed the gold medals.

Goals were scored by Zach Spafford (x2), Jack Barrett, Landon Turgeon, and Lucca Stewart. Assists went to Barrett (x2), Spafford, Tanner Livingston, and Maddox Peterson.

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