Lakers’ Evan Naugler closes in on the net for the tenth goal of the game. Photo by Myra Nicks/Sylvan Lake News

PeeWee Lakers win against Canmore

The PeeWee C Lakers beat Canmore 11 - 2 Dec. 16 at NexSource Centre

The PeeWee C Lakers beat Canmore 11 – 2 Dec. 16 at NexSource Centre, making up for their loss to Canmore last time the two teams played against each other.

Lakers’ Evan Naugler scored their first goal with teammate Dion Antos’ assistance almost halfway through the first period. Quickly after that, Aspyn Murray knocked in their next goal. Five minutes later Ryder Rosentreter scored the third and final goal of the first period, assisted by Scott Dicaire.

Canmore’s Kyle Berthelot scored the team’s first goal of the game during the final minute of first period.

The Lakers kept Canmore goalie Jesse Pope busy during second period and managed to sneak four goals past him. Close to the beginning of the period Jake Stephansson got the Lakers’ fourth goal in. Three minutes later Laker’s Naugler scored again with assists from teammates Stephansson and Aidan Smith. Twenty seconds later, Naugler scored again with teammates Rosentreter and Stephansson assisting. Marek Armeneau scored the Laker’s seventh goal and final goal of the third period.

With just over two minutes left in the third period, Kaz Kobayashi scored the team’s second and final goal of the game.

The Laker’s continued to carry the game in third period with Armeneau scoring again assisted by teammate Murray. Shortly after, Tyler Gress scored with assistance from Stephansson. One more goal was scored by Naugler and about three minutes later Mason Rauch brought the team up to 11 goals total with assistance from Gress.



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