SPORTS BRIEFS: VIJHL all star game won by the north

The Peninsula Panthers play back-to-back games against the Victoria Cougars this week.

Peninsula dealt Reece Costain to Campbell River on Jan. 10.

North defeats the South

The South all stars scored four times in the 2015 Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League All Star game Jan. 17 in Comox.

However, the North scored six times, en route to the win.

Three Peninsula Panthers players were on the South roster: Conner Mowat, Mitchell Newman and Ben DeJong.


Panthers hockey

The Peninsula Panthers play back-to-back games against the Victoria Cougars this week.

They played Thursday in Esquimalt (results unavailable at press time) and host the Cougars tonight (Jan. 23) at 7:30 p.m. at Panorama Recreation Centre.

The Panthers are winners of six of their last seven games and recently sent forward and former captain Reece Costain to the Campbell River Storm for cash and a player to be named later.


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