The Kootenay Wild lost two of three to the Vancouver Island Seals over the weekend.

Kootenay Wild win once in three-game series against Vancouver Island

The Wild lost their first two games before salvaging a win in the finale.

The Kootenay Wild women’s midget AAA team dropped two of three games against the Vancouver Island Seals over the weekend.

Vancouver Island (9-11-1) scored three unanswered goals in the third period Friday to beat the Wild 5-1. Drue Julien, Veda Smith, Taylor Sims, Erica Pierce and Brittney Savard each scored for the Seals, while Emma Wheeldon replied for the Wild.

The Seals followed that win with a 3-0 shutout Saturday on goals from Reese McCrory, Payton Bray and Lexxi Smith.

Kootenay (2-18-1) finally got a win Sunday in a 2-1 result. Tiana Ewasiuk and Jessica Owen chimed in for the Wild, while Adelle Clark had the Seal’s lone goal.

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