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The Powerful Peewee champions of Coral Harbour are Micah Emiktowt, Esa Kolit, Roger Siutinuar (coach), David Pee, Lyle Harron (coach), Darrian Natakok and Ross Eetuk (head coach), back row from left, and Prime Paniyuk, Douglas Pameolik, Jr. Russell Matoo, Justin Eetuk and Owen Angootealuk, third row from left, and Terrence Matoo, Chase, Harron and Roger Matoo, second row from left and goalies Camille Siutinuar and Ramsey Eetuk, front right, in Rankin Inlet on Jan. 31. - Darrell Greer/NNSL photo
Coral Harbour peewees the most powerful
Young squad captures Powerful Peewees tournament with victory over Iqaluit

KANGIQLINIQ/RANKIN INLET
The Powerful Peewees championship is back in the Kivalliq but not with the team you may be thinking.
Coral Harbour captured its first Powerful Peewee championship with a convincing 9-5 win over the Iqaluit Blizzard in Rankin Inlet this past month. next Continued

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Sports briefs
James McCarthy | Friday, February 12S, 2016

Tournament hoops time for juniors

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - With the NWT Power Corporation Junior Cager done for another year, it's time to focus on the NWT Power Corporation Senior Cager, which kicks off this coming Thursday.
Tobi Dusome, the tournament's co-ordinator, said there will be plenty of teams in for this year's event from Yellowknife, Deline, Fort Smith, Hay River, Fort Simpson, Inuvik and an entry from Cambridge Bay in Nunavut.
The finals for all division will happen on Feb. 21.

Showing you care on the trails

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - It's a sure thing people will be doing something to show their loved ones they care about them on Valentine's Day and the Yellowknife Ski Club is no different.
The club is hosting a Valentine's Day pot luck supper on Sunday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. It's being hosted with the slogan of "There's snow cooler place to take your Valentine than the ski club."
After the dinner, the trails will be open for those who wish to ski.

Holding court in the snow

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - Tennis isn't normally thought of as an outdoor event in Yellowknife in February but Tennis NWT begs to differ this weekend.
It will be hosting a miniature version of Tennis Canada's Winter Fest tomorrow afternoon at Somba K'e Plaza beginning at 1 p.m. There are plans to build two outdoor courts for people to play on as well as other tennis-themed games and activities, such as target practice and a snowball fight.
It's open to everyone and most importantly, it's free.

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