Patrick Davies photo Forward Sara Vermeulen of the Northern Capitals clashes with Okanagan Hockey Academy defencemen at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.

Former lakecity Timberwolves back on home ice March 2-3

A quintet of lakecity hockey players skate under the Northern Capitals jersey this weekend

Five female Williams Lake Timberwolves return to the ice March 2-3 with the Prince Geroge based Northern Capitals for an exhibition game.

B.C. Female Midget AAA players and lakecity daughters Pyper Alexander, Sara Vermeulen, Paige Outhouse, Brette Kerley and goaltender Candence Peticlerc-Crosby will be playing three games this weekend on home ice. Their first game was a hard-fought one today at 1:15 p.m.with a second tonight at 7 p.m. with the third scheduled for tomorrow morning at 7:45 a.m.

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The girls have extended an invitation to all their hometown fans to come to cheer them on and hope to see them all tonight.



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Paige Outhouse of the Northern Capitals skates around the OHA Varsity players’ defences in a bid to secure a shot on net. Patrick Davies Photo.

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