100 Mile House Bantam Wranglers go 7-2 over Thompson Cariboo Warriors

They followed up with a 3-1 loss

Lucas Zucchelli of the Bantam Wranglers takes a shot on the Thompson Cariboo Warriors net during a 7-2 win in Ashcroft on Dec. 15. Gwen Scott photo.s

The Bantam Rec Wranglers (sponsored by the Forest Grove Legion) were away in Ashcroft on Dec. 15 for a league game against the Thompson Cariboo Warriors.

The teams were off to a slow start with neither team being able to get any goals past either goalie until there were 48 seconds left in the first period with Jade Paul managing to shoot one past the Thompson Cariboo goalie.

The beginning of the second had the Warriors getting two goals past goalie, Kyle Harding. A few minutes later, Paul had a beautiful slap shot off an assist from Mikayla Glen making it a tie game.

Later in the second, Cameron Scott with assists from Lucas Zucchelli and Mat Wilden, pulled the team ahead once again.

By the third period, the team was on their game and Wilden, a winger, with an assist from Elias Moore added to the score.

Another two goals were added by Mason Pincott, the second with the help of an assist by Martin Stillas. Not wanting to give up yet, Julian Zucchelli skated hard up the ice after a nice pass from Garrett Nash and added yet another goal to the scoreboard.

The final score was 7-2 for the Bantam Wranglers.

On Sunday, in a scheduled league game, the team faced off on home ice against the Home Hardware Bantam Rec Wrangler team.

The game started out with the Forest Grove Legion Bantams getting on the scoreboard 3o seconds into the game with a nice goal by Moore, assisted by Glen and Cameron Scott.

A minute later, Home Hardware came back with Spence Giesbrecht managing to tie up the game.

Both teams battled hard with the puck going back and forth, then Scott with an assist from Corey Harding brought Forest Grove Legion ahead in the game.

The last goal of the game was scored halfway through the third period by Mason Pincott, making the final score 3-1 for the Forest Grove Legion Bantams.

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Jade Paul of the Bantam Wranglers anticipating a pass during the team’s 7-2 over the Thompson Cariboo Warriors in Ashcroft on Dec. 15.

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