Arcola Minor Hockey Day attracts big crowd

Arcola Prairie Place was a busy spot on Saturday, Jan. 11 hosting the community’s Minor Hockey Day.

First on the ice was the Initiation game between the Arcola/Kisbey Jr. Comines hosting the Carlyle Clay; MVP for Carlyle was Keegan Morson and for A/K was Rory Gibson.

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The following Novice game seen A/K Combines play the Estevan Oilers, with Braydon Henry taking the MVP for the Estevan squad and Caycen Wyatt for the host A/K team.

Hitting the ice next was the A/K Combines Atoms taking on the Kipling Royals, A/K MVP was Taylen Trobert and Royals Kamryn Kish.

The Pee Wee match-up faced off next, also against the Kipling Royals. This game A/K player Hayden McIntosh received MVP for the home A/K Combines and Alex Reid took the MVP for the Royals.

Whitebear Cubs were next, squaring off with Arcola-Kisbey/Lampman Imperial Combines in the Bantam contest. Drayden McArthur was MVP for the Cubs and Ethen Lees was MVP for the host team. 

The final tilt of the day was the Midget Redvers White bringing it against the A/K Lampman Imperial Combines Mdgets, played in front of a large crowd that had amassed over the day. MVP honours went to Kate Pirlot for the Whites and Jaron Johnston for the A-K/L Imperial Combines.

Winning the PS4 raffle was Sadie Grimes and the 50/50 went to Tobie Herion pocketing $965.

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