The Northeast BC Predators organization picked up a few medals last weekend at a tournament in Richmond.

All three Predators teams participated in the Pacific Coast Female Rep Classic Hockey Tournament.

The Under-13 Predators went undefeated in the tournament, winning gold.

Goaltender Olivia Thompson had two shutouts over the weekend, including in the final against the Tri-Cities Predators.

Addison Ayre was named Player of the Game for her work in the gold medal game.

The team is 10-0 on the season.

The Under-18 Predators finished the tournament with three wins, one loss and a tie for silver.

The midget team lost the gold medal game 2-1 to Victoria Reign.

The Under-15 Predators finished the weekend with a win, two losses and a draw.

The team struggled during the tournament, especially in net after Bailey Zacharias was injured.

Defender Brooke Babcock and U-13 goalkeeper Jaida Morton had to replace Zacharias before his return in the penultimate game of the tournament.

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Tre Lopushinsky is the news director of and a NAIT graduate in broadcasting. His love for local journalism started in Lloydminster, where he realized the importance of covering issues/topics for small towns. He is also co-host of Before The Peace, highlighting Indigenous voices in the North Peace region. In his spare time, Tre yells at his television while watching pro wrestling, MMA, and basketball.