Craig hockey teams hit hard against Glenwood Springs |

Craig hockey teams hit hard against Glenwood Springs

Craig Daily Press Staff Report
Dakota Kenyon (5) goes after the puck with ferocity during the Craig Cougar Bantam team's game against the Glenwood Springs Grizzlies Saturday night. The team won, 8-0.
Andy Bockelman

Craig Youth Hockey Association’s teams hosted the Glenwood Springs this weekend, with the Cougars finding varied results.

The Squirts won a pair of Saturday games against Glenwood’s silver team, the first a blowout of 11-4 and the second, a narrower 1-0 victory. The 4-2 team will next travel to Vail on Jan. 10 and 11 for matches against the red and black squads.

The Peewee group had its highest-scoring game of the season with a 9-2 loss, which led to a seven-goal shutout in Glenwood’s favor. Now 0-7 on the year, the Peewees will head to Steamboat Springs on Jan. 11.

The weekend was a good one for the Bantam team, which took down the Grizzlies, 8-0, on Saturday night and 11-6 and 6-2 on Sunday morning. The age group is currently 4-2-4-1 — four wins, two losses, four ties and one overtime loss — and will play its last game of 2014 in Steamboat on Saturday.

Initially scheduled to meet with Aspen, CYHA’s Midget team has yet to play a game in the Colorado Prep Hockey League, after cancellations by both Aspen and Steamboat. The Bulldogs tentatively are scheduled to play in Steamboat on Jan. 3 and 4.

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