Moose but no squirrel: Lukas Sandin, right, looks to send the puck out from of the Maskwacis net where Ponoka bantam Moose teammate Tyler Shoemaker waits for a possible scoring opportunity in the opening game of the bantam tournament Nov. 23. The Moose would take the game 8-3, which also counted as a league game. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Moose host four-team tournament

Ponoka’s bantam team took on Edmonton, Maskwacis and Stony Plain over the weekend

By Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka’s bantam team took on Edmonton, Maskwacis and Stony Plain over the weekend

 

Breaking it open: Ponoka’s Tyler Shoemaker watches as the puck squeezes through the Maskwacis netminder and then trickles across the goal line for the Moose’s first goal of the game. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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