Atoms win third in Chase

Aiden Moore scores overtime winner for Sunrise Ford

A 100 Mile House atom house league team

Aiden Moore scored the overtime winner for a 100 Mile House atom team to capture third place at a house league tournament in Chase on Dec. 13-14.

The local team, sponsored by Sunrise Ford, won two games and lost two at the tourney.

Game MVP awards went to Tyler Guimond, Sarah Balbirnie, Mason Pincott, and A. Moore in the final game.

Kelowna beat 100 Mile 7-6 in a shootout in Game 1. Mason Pincott, Scott Cameron and A. Moore found the back of the net for Sunrise Ford.

In Game 2, Salmon Arm beat 100 Mile 6-2. A. Moore and Pincott scored goals.

Sunrise Ford beat Chase 7-1 in Game 3. A. Moore scored a hat trick. Pincott scored twice. Cameron and Megan Balbirnie both added one.

100 Mile met Chase again in the bronze medal game, deciding third and fourth place. The went into extra tied 2-2, where A. Moore notched the winner, his second of the game. Cameron also scored.

 

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