Three Surrey Falcons female hockey teams are battling for B.C. championships this week in different cities across the province.
The Riley Hanberg-coached U13 Falcons opened with 14-1 win over Williams Lake in a game played at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre in Kamloops. Forward Gabriella Lee led the way with five goals and five assists, with Myra Connor adding another three goals for Surrey. In Pool B, the team’s next game is Friday at 10:15 a.m. against Oceanside.
Game one for our U13A1 team is this afternoon! Puck drops at 12:45pm!— SurreyFalcons Hockey (@surrey_falcons) March 24, 2022
Let's go Falcons 🏒♥️ @ Kamloops, British Columbia https://t.co/oABvzXg60A
In Kelowna, the U15 Falcons opened their B.C. championship hunt with a 3-0 win over Prince George, with goals from Haley Waugh, Cameryn Shiels and Rowan Brooke Hu. Goaltender Ryan Assaly earned the shutout. The team’s games are streamed on facebook.com/SurreyFalconsU15A1.
Puck drops at 8am! Game 1 for @surreyfalcons_u15a1— SurreyFalcons Hockey (@surrey_falcons) March 24, 2022
🎶Let's go Falcons 🏒🏒 🏒🏒🏒🎶 https://t.co/u0M2JZyNaz
The Bob Cameron-coached U18s get going Thursday with a 4:15 p.m. game against Taylor MHA.
Puck drops for U18A1 at 4:15pm!— SurreyFalcons Hockey (@surrey_falcons) March 24, 2022
Let's go Falcons 🏒🔥🏒🔥 @ Minoru Arenas https://t.co/9PpzOyQGLM
The BC Hockey website (bchockey.net) includes schedules and results for all B.C. championships, for teams in multiple divisions.
In “integrated” minor hockey, Wednesday (March 23) was a golden night for the Cloverdale U15 A1 Colts, winners of a provincial championship in Langford after beating the West Kootenay Zone team 4-3 in the tournament final. After trailing 3-0, the team battled from behind with four straight goals from Logan Jennings, Jonah Ussher, Marcus Tarasoff and Harshaan Kaila.
At Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex, Cloverdale’s U18 A1 hockey team placed fourth at that division’s provincial championships, after losing semifinal and consolation final games Wednesday. The Colts lost 4-3 to North East in the morning, in overtime, followed by a 4-0 loss to Victoria in the bronze-medal game later that day. Omaha Central regional team won the B.C. title with a 3-2 win over North East.