Peninsula Minor Hockey Spirit Rally caps off successful season

Peninsula Minor Hockey (PMHA) held their year-end Spirit Rally Tuesday night, March 13 at Panorama Recreation’s Arena B in North Saanich.

Hundreds of girls and boys enjoyed some pizza and cheered their teammates on as awards were handed out in categories like Most Improved, Goalie of the Year, Referee of the Year and many more.

The Bantam C1 team was recognized for its undefeated season, winning both their league and Island titles for the 2017/18 season.

The Atom A team used the Rally to donate $3,000 to KidSport Victoria and the Larry Orr Foundation — ending a very successful season-long fundraiser. Another donation was made to KidSport, via PMHA, by the Prairie Inn and Big Rock Brewing, who worked quietly to raise money for the Association this year.

Spirit awards were given out and Initiation-level (new) players gifted jerseys to the outgoing Midget players who have ended their time with PMHA as players.

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The PMHA Eagle makes a rare appearance during the 2018 Spirit Rally and takes a moment to recline on a bench. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Kim Pugh, Sasha Brownlee, Brooke Walker and Mikaela Millin play hockey with PMHA and were enjoying the 2018 Spirit Rally Tuesday night. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Players on PMHA’s Initiation (first-year) team present jerseys to the third-ywar Midget players, who are ending their time in local minor hockey. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Peninsula Minor Hockey Association players have some pizza and donuts during the Association’s 2018 Spirit Rally Tues., March 13 at Panorama Rec Centre. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

The PMHA’s award for their top goalie went to Ryder Frisk. He’s presented the trophy by Bob Gordon, a BC Hockey representative. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

PMHA’s Bantam C1 Eagles won banners for their league and playoff victories during the 2017/18 season — where the team went undefeated. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

Bob Gordon with BC Hockey and PMHA volunteer Janine Reedeker watch spirit Rally awards presentation from the timer’s booth at Panorama Rec Centre’s Arena B. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

PMHA volunteers Alison Cairns and Carla Lingard hand out pizza to Saanich Peninsula’s minor hockey players at this week’s year-end Sprit Rally at Panorama Rec Centre. (Steven Heywood/News Staff)

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