Pee wee rep series all square

The Nelson Pee Wee Reps will have a chance to advance to West Kootenay finals on Thursday night

The Nelson Pee Wee Reps will have a chance to advance to West Kootenay finals on Thursday night if they can overcome the squad from Rossland/Trail.

The local reps finished second in the regular season standings behind the team from Castlegar.

The first to four points, West Kootenay semi-finals started on Friday night at Nelson’s Civic Centre in a game that saw the  visitors post a 1-0 win.

On Monday night the locals travelled to Trail facing a must-win situation and delivered.

Hudson Fillion and Reese Tambellini both scored twice in the convincing 6-2 win. Nelson captain Taylor Cooper had a goal and three assists in the win.

Game three goes Thursday night at the Nelson Civic Centre. If either team wins they will advance to the final. If there is a tie then it will extend to a fourth game. Game time is 5 p.m.

 

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