Victoria Phantoms goalie #31 Melinda Choy blocks a shot from Maple Ridge Moose #23 Sara Boehringer in front of the Victoria net during South Coast Female Amateur Hockey League action at the Archie Browning Recreation Centre Sunday January 4.

Victoria Phantoms skate away with one tie, one loss

The Victoria Phantoms tied one, lost one during weekend double header with Maple Ridge Moose

The Victoria Phantoms fell 1-0 to the Maple Ridge Moose in a close fought game in South Coast Female Amateur Hockey league action at the Archie Browning Recreation Centre Sunday January 4.

The Sunday game was the second of back to back games between the two teams.

Victoria came away with a tie in the Saturday game.

Phantoms won’t hit the ice again until the end of January when they have a heavy away schedule of four games in three days from January 23-25.

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