Winter Games results

Quesnel hockey coach, Hazel Massier, guided her U16 Cariboo-Northeast team to a bronze medal win at the BC Winter games.

Hazel Massier of Quesnel guided her Cariboo-Northeast hockey team to a third-place finish at the BC Winter games.

Massier, a long-time coach in Quesnel, led the U16 team that included two players from Quesnel, Cheyann Newman and Ava Keis.

The Cariboo-Northeast team started their Winter Games with two straight 4-0 wins, followed by a 6-3 loss.

Massier’s team skated to a 3-1 over the host Thompson-Okanagan team in the bronze medal match to secure a trip to the podium.

In archery, Chloe Raynor took the gold medal in the two-day aggregate competition in the female barebow division. Raynor also earned a bronze medal in head-to-head match play.

Madison Roll earned a biathlon bronze medal in junior girls competition, finishing in a time of 37:54

In all, athletes from the Cariboo-North East zone collected 41 medals, 13 gold, 16 silver and 12 bronze.

With files from bcgames.net