Moses Lake Coyotes finish second at the U12 Rep Winter Classic

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  • Rodney Harwood/Columbia Basin Herald Moses Lake Coyote goaltender Wyatt Horst gets a piece of a shot to make the stop against Portland. The Jr. Winterhawks defeated the Coyotes 6-2 in the championship match on Sunday at the Winter Classic.

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    Rodney Harwood/Columbia Basin Herald

  • Rodney Harwood/Columbia Basin Herald Moses Lake Coyote goaltender Wyatt Horst gets a piece of a shot to make the stop against Portland. The Jr. Winterhawks defeated the Coyotes 6-2 in the championship match on Sunday at the Winter Classic.

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    Rodney Harwood/Columbia Basin Herald

By RODNEY HARWOOD

Sports Writer

MOSES LAKE — The Portland Jr. Winterhawks-Moses Lake Coyotes competitive showcase continued this weekend on the home ice during the U12 Rep Winter Classic at Larson Recreation Center rink in Moses Lake.

The two programs went into the Winter Classic with a 2-2 record against each other and came out the other side in a 3-3 deadlock.

The only difference is that Moses Lake defeated Portland 2-1 during the bracket play and the Winterhawks came back to beat the Coyotes 6-2 in the championship match.

The Winter Classic was sponsored by the Moses Lake Hockey Association and featured PeeWee teams from Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and Portland, Ore.

One couple from Portland that travels with the Winterhawks on their competitive schedule marveled at the outdoor facility and the rink in Moses Lake. “It’s got a great feel and it’s definitely been a class act tournament,” they said.

To stay in touch with all the Moses Lake junior hockey action visit www.mlyha.net.

Sunday

Championship: Portland 6, Moses Lake 2

Portland 4, Everett 1

Moses Lake 9, Tacoma 1

Saturday

Everett 9, Seattle 3

Portland 10, Tacoma 1

Seattle 4, Tacoma 1

Moses Lake 5, Everett 3

Tacoma 5, Seattle 4

Moses Lake 2, Portland 1

Friday

Moses Lake 14, Seattle 1

Everett 3, Portland 1

Moses Lake 5, Everett 3

For additional photos, video interviews and action video see:

Day 1 stills https://www.facebook.com/cbherald/photos/pcb.10157000291613222/10157000267273222/?type=3&theater

Day 2 stills https://www.facebook.com/cbherald/photos/pcb.10157004076203222/10157004063398222/?type=3&theater

Interviews Day 1 https://www.facebook.com/cbherald/videos/10156999964628222/

Day 2 https://www.facebook.com/100004907356046/videos/912930028880567/

Moses Lake v Seattle https://www.facebook.com/cbherald/videos/10157000069803222/

Moses Lake v Portland https://www.facebook.com/cbherald/videos/10157003753348222/

Rodney Harwood is a sports writer at the Columbia Basin Herald and can be reached at rharwood@columbiabasinherald.com.

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