Rep atoms stay perfect in league

A 6-2 win over the host Campbell River Tyees Sunday keeps perfect atom record intact.

Gazette staff

Cole Klughart had two goals and an assist as the North Island Eagles atom development hockey team continued its domination of its league with a 6-2 win over the host Campbell River Tyees Sunday.

Peyton Dugas, Ethan Bono, Keenan Saunders and Tyler Roper added goals as the Eagles rolled to a 5-0 lead before Campbell River punched home a couple of late scores on winning keeper Kayden Jones.

Assists were collected by Joey Grant, Mannie Browne, Koen Harwood, Bono and Roper.

The atoms improved to 7-0 and strengthened their hold on the top spot in Vancouver Island Hockey’s Division 4 with the win. The team has outscored league opponents 60-17 and returns to the North Island for its first home games of 2014 against Comox, Saturday at 4:45 p.m. and Sunday at 11:15 a.m. in Port Hardy.

 

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