The Langley Blackhawks peewee hockey team captured a tournament title over the weekend on the Sunshine Coast.

Blackhawks best Hitmen in all-Langley final

A pair of Langley peewee minor hockey teams squared off for the tournament title over the weekend on the Sunshine Coast

In an all-Langley championship final, it was the Langley Blackhawks besting the Langley Hitmen.

Adam Battistel scored twice while Ty Gallinger, Bryce Gustavson and Daniel Spring had a goal apiece as the Blackhawks prevailed 5-3 in the championship final of the Sunshine Coast Winter Classic Ice Hockey Tournament.

The 16-team tournament ran Jan. 13 to 15.

The Blackhawks went 4-0 at the tournament.

In the opener, Branigan Turner delivered a shutout in goal while Kallen Barthelson had a hat trick and Gallinger potted a pair. Forrest Johnstone and Gustavson had the other goals.

Barthelson and Gallinger had a pair apiece while Spring and Dylan Adams — his first of the season —had the other goals in a 6-3 win over Surrey 5. And Barthelson and Gallinger scored twice apiece in a 4-2 win over Surrey 4.


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