Beaver Valley Nitehawks fan favourites Toni ‘Hawk’ Boutry (left) and E-Hawk, Elyssa Piccolo, cheered on their KIJHL team to two wins at the B.V. Arena on Friday and Saturday. The Nitehawks were crowned Neil Murdoch Division Champions and received the Division MVP award for Bradley Ross, Best Goalie for Hunter Young, and Coach of the Year honour to Terry Jones. The Nitehawks continue their series with the Castlegar Rebels tonight and are back in the Hawks Nest for Game 5 on Thursday, if necessary. See more on the Nitehawks-Rebels series on Pg. 9. Jim Bailey photo.

Go Hawks Go!

Beaver Valley Nitehawks travel to Castlegar for Games 3 and 4 vs the Rebels on Monday and Tuesday

Beaver Valley Nitehawks fan favourites Toni ‘Hawk’ Boutry (left) and E-Hawk, Elyssa Piccolo, cheered on their KIJHL team to two wins at the B.V. Arena on Friday and Saturday.

The Murdoch division semifinal moves to Castlegar Monday and Tuesday for Games 3 and 4, and is back in Fruitvale on Thursday with the puck drop at 7 p.m.

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