Jimi Belleau-Wells, Cade Enns (North Okanagan Knights), Andrew Berkelaar and Dylan DeRose get together for a group photo during an exhibition game on the weekend. (Andrew Berkelaar photo)

Lakecity players catch up during KIJHL exhibition contest

The two teams met on Sunday, Sept. 8 in Sicamous

Williams Lake hockey players Jimi Belleau-Wells (from left), Cade Enns, Andrew Berkelaar and Dylan DeRose took some time to catch up during the weekend when their respective teams faced off in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League exhibition play.

Belleau-Wells and DeRose are in the process of attempting to secure spots on the North Okanagan Knights and the Sicamous Eagles, respectively.

READ MORE: Enns excited to take talents to North Okanagan Knights of KIJHL

Enns, with the Knights, and Berkelaar, with the Eagles, have already committed to their teams for the 2019/20 KIJHL season.

The two teams met on Sunday, Sept. 8 in Sicamous.



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