The Sylvan Lake PeeWee B Lakers finished in first place at their home tournament on Nov. 11. The Lakers played Beiseker in the final game. Photo by Stephen Sebree/Six Hearts Creative

PHOTOS: Sylvan Lake PeeWee B Lakers win gold at home tournament

Both the PeeWee B and C Lakers hosted a home tournament, Nov. 9-11.

The Sylvan Lake B and C PeeWee Lakers played tight games in their hosted tournament over the Remembrance Day weekend.

Both teams hosted three teams in their division including teams from Picture Butte, Stony Plain, Beiseker, Airdrie, Whitemud and Wetaskiwin.

The C team finished the regular tournament in second place, winning two of the three games. The PeeWee B Lakers won against Whitemud and Wetaskiwin, but lost to Airdrie, who finished the tournament in first place.

The B team finished the regular tournament in first place, with a record of 3-0-1. After tying with Beiseker, 6-6, during regular play, the Lakers faced them once again in the final and won 3-2.

The PeeWee B Lakers are on the road this week with a game in Caroline on Nov. 17, while the PeeWee C Lakers will play at home against Rocky Mountain House at 4:45 p.m.

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No 15 for the Sylvan Lake PeeWee C Lakers shoots and scores in the team’s second game of the home tournament over the weekend. The Lakers played Wetaskiwin on Sat., Nov. 10. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

The PeeWee B Lakers celebrate their 3-2 win over Beiseker in the championship game of the Lakers home Tournament, Nov. 11. The Lakers finished the tournament with a 3-0-1 record. Photo by Stehpen Sebree/Six Hearts Creative

No 3 for the PeeWee C Lakers shoots down the ice into Wetaskiwin territory late into the first period. The C Lakers placed second in the regualr tournament and moved on to the playoffs. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

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