Pee Wee Eagles stomp Campbell River Tyees

The Pee Wee Eagles were fired up to play the Campbell River Tyees in preason tiering hockey action.

The North Island Peewee Eagles were on fire Sunday, Oct. 2 in preseason tiering action against the Campbell River Tyees. Kale Hunt, Kai Verbrugge, Duante McKinney, and Tye Morash all scored big goals in the 1st period, taking a 4-1 lead over the Tyees.

The Eagles kept on scoring goals in the 2nd, with Ethan Bono netting two goals back-to-back to bring their lead to 6-2.

Morash added the final nail in the coffin at 3:08 of the 3rd period, as the Eagles came away with a 7-3 home game win.

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