The North Island Selects went 5-0 at a tournament in Burnaby.

Selects score again

Results from The North Island Selects' recent tournament in Burnaby

The North Island Selects went 5-0 at the CCT0 Canlan Classic Tournaments held in Burnaby May 30-31 bringing home the “platinum” award.

The Selects are a group of kids “selected” from across the island for the competitive spring hockey league.

Ethan Bono and Cole Klughart from Port McNeill and Tyler Roper from Port Alice, and David Klatt from Port Hardy took part in the winning effort.

Bono lead the scoring for the Selects earning eight points with two goals and six assists.

Roper was close behind with a total of six points from a hat trick and three assists.

Klatt earned a total of five points putting two in the net and helping with three others. Klughart earned one assist.


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