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KMHA round-up, Nov. 9 to Nov. 11

Matthew Mariona, pictured here wearing No. 9 in front of the Williams Lake net, and the atom  development Western Roofing Kamloops Nailers hosted a Remembrance Day tournament on the weekend and won silver.   - George Wycherley/KTW
Matthew Mariona, pictured here wearing No. 9 in front of the Williams Lake net, and the atom development Western Roofing Kamloops Nailers hosted a Remembrance Day tournament on the weekend and won silver. 
— image credit: George Wycherley/KTW

Thunderbirds spread wings in peewee KMHA play

The Thunderbirds soared to a pair of victories in peewee recreation play on the weekend.

Jordan Devries scored a couple of goals in a 5-0 win over the Steelheads on Friday and he added another two goals in a 5-2 win over the Vikings on Saturday.

Recording points on the weekend for the Thunderbirds were Devries (4G, 2A), Evan Jumaga (1G), Jesse Kotani (1G, 1A), Grayden Baker (3G), Ryan Henderson (1A), Kylie Emsland (1G) and Noah Halowski (1A).

Josh Humphrey backstopped the Thunderbirds, while Summit Krause manned the crease for the Steelheads on Friday.

Tallying points for the Vikings on Saturday were Cole Standen (2G) and Riley Demchuk (1A) in support of netminder Xavier Cannon.

Snipers miss the target

The Kamloops Junior Blazers cruised to a 9-1 win over the Kamloops Snipers in atom recreation play at Valleyview Arena on Saturday.

Getting on the scoresheet for the winners were Connor Kennedy (1G), Braidon Clark (2G), Kobe Pavlovich (2G), Stuart Hollander (1G), Joey Stankevich (1G), Luken Murray (1G, 1A),  Stran Smith (1G, 2A), Lochlan Scholefield (1A) and Dryden Willick (1A).

Brady Pawlachuk backstopped the Junior Blazers. Brian Mullins was named game MVP.

Ethan Gremaud scored for the Snipers in support of netminder Matthew Yon.

Warriors prevail

The Warriors won a shootout with the Titans 11-9, despite a seven-goal game from Jameson Rende, in atom recreation play at McArthur Island Sports and Event Centre on Saturday.

Recording points for the Warriors were Jacob Haines (4G), Connor Defoe (1G), Justin Baker (1G, 1A), Alex Deneault-Isnardy (1G), Liam Campbell (3G, 1A), Hunter Haukeness (1G), Corbin Guenther (2A) and Amanda Martin (1A).

Joey McKinnon backstopped the Warriors.

Rende’s seven markers for the Titans were accompanied by a pair of goals from Rylen Trent, who also added an assist, as did Dayton Miller.

Ethan Bottle was in net for the Titans.

Mystix drop two

The bantam female Kamloops Mystix suffered a pair of weekend losses.

MaKenna Fitzgerald’s goal, assisted on by Zoe Birkett and Kendall Fitzgerald, was the Mystix’s only goal in a loss to Kelowna on Saturday.

On Sunday, Vernon blanked Kamloops 2-0.

Ashlynn Neurauter backstopped the Mystix on Saturday, with Sydney Carter taking over on Sunday.

Thunder quieted

Team 6 earn a 5-2 win over the Thunder in atom recreation play on the weekend.

Tristan Coetzer notched a hat trick for Team 6, with Ryan Mitchell and Jakob Bennett adding singles in support of goaltender Samuel Lewis.

Adam Gordon and Tristan Hunt lit the lamp for the Thunder, who went with Nolan Austin in net.

Struch struts stuff

The midget tier 1 North Kamloops Lions were led by Adam Struch at the Abbotsford Remembrance Day Tournament on the weekend.

Struch racked up four goals in four games and the Lions posted a 2-2 mark.

North Kamloops downed Comox 6-2 and Nanimo 7-3, but lost 4-1 to Langley and 5-1 to Semiahmoo of South Surrey.

Also scoring on the weekend for the Lions were Myles Jarvis-Rorison (1G), Mason Harding (3G), Monty Chisholm (2G), Eric Heichert (1G), Kolten Moore (1G), Eric Nachtigal (1G) and Jacob Coelho (2G).

Nolan Munden and Riley Woodland shared netminding duties for North Kamloops.

Comeback Badgers

The Badgers came back to defeat the Titans 8-6 in peewee recreational action on Saturday.

The Badgers were led by Jack Thomson (3G), Carson Desmarais (2G, 1A), Devon Tournour (2G), Brendan Kohlbrger (1G, 1A), Grace Miller (1A) and Bake Ablitt.

Nathan Sandulescu was in net for the Badgers.

Pacing the Titans were Liam Rose (2G, 1A), Kyle Brayer (1G, 1A), Christopher Penner (1G), Sebastian Ouimet (1G), Spencer Shyiak (1G) and Foster Wynne (1A).

Atticus Foulds and Elijah Joly split netminding duties for the Titans.

 



 

 

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