U15 Lightning wrap up with win

The U15 Lightning shook off the rust quickly and dealt Pacific Rim’s Tier 2 team a 9-5 loss.

The U15 Mid Island Lightning showed a few signs of rust after a layoff of nearly three weeks when they took the field at UVic last Sunday, but they shook them off quickly and dealt Pacific Rim’s Tier 2 team a 9-5 loss.

The Lightning made use of some crisp passing as they finished the regular season with a convincing victory.

Denton Macdonald finished the afternoon with four goals, while Brody Black scored once and added an assist. Caleb Nordstrom, Ryan John, Gavin Spence and Hunter Hieta also scored.

The Lightning are hoping to embark on a playoff run after the Christmas break.


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