Reaghan Chadwick (left) of the PoCo Saints and Arissa David of the Ridge Meadows Burrards chase after the ball during a midget game at Pitt Meadows Arena Sunday afternoon.

Reaghan Chadwick (left) of the PoCo Saints and Arissa David of the Ridge Meadows Burrards chase after the ball during a midget game at Pitt Meadows Arena Sunday afternoon.

Strong showing for Ridge minor teams

The Ridge Meadows Burrards peewee A1 team won gold last weekend at the  Trevor Wingrove Memorial Tournament in Coquitlam. The Burrards downed teams from Port Moody, Langley as well as Saanich and Westshore, both from Vancouver Island.

The Burrards faced host Coquitlam in the gold medal final. With the game tied 4-4 with three minutes left to play when Dylan McIntosh scored the go-ahead goal. Team captain William Clayton sealed the victory with an empty net goal with 30 seconds left.

Ridge’s goaltender Nathan Faccin had a phenomenal weekend, keeping the Burrards in every game.  Chris Armstrong was awarded the game MVP for the gold medal game, while William Clayton was named the tournament’s most inspirational player.

The Ridge Meadows peewee girls team defeated Burnaby on the road Sunday afternoon, earning a 3-1 victory.

The novice A1 Burrards boys team played to a 7-7 tie against Langley on Friday.

The peewee A2 Burrards beat the Mission Sasquatch 7-1 at home May 14. Mason Morais and Ethan Chung both had a pair of goals while Justin Cloete, Dylan McCormick and Patrick Almoza each had one.

In mini-tyke play, Tyson Segarty was named MVP for the Ridge Meadows Sharks last week, while  Kaylea Paterson was named the Ridge Meadows Canucks top player. Brett Wocknitz was named MVP for the Ridge Meadows Transformers.