KMHA round-up, Nov. 30 to Dec. 2

Natasha Varabioff (left) of Vancouver-based Arbutus checks Ty Haywood-Farmer of the Kamloops Scotiabank Bandits in exhibition atom development play on Sunday, Dec. 3, at Interior Savings Centre.   - George Wycherley/KTW
Natasha Varabioff (left) of Vancouver-based Arbutus checks Ty Haywood-Farmer of the Kamloops Scotiabank Bandits in exhibition atom development play on Sunday, Dec. 3, at Interior Savings Centre. 
— image credit: George Wycherley/KTW

Bandits twice beaten

The Scotiabank Bandits fell 11-3 to the Kelowna Legends on Saturday and 5-2 to Arbutus on Sunday.

Reed Watson scored twice and Ethan Kaban singled in the loss to the Legends in OMAHA league action.

Bailey Monteith and Zach Kohorst split goaltending duties.

Michael Hutchison and Tyson Galloway had the Bandits’ goals in the exhibition game against Arbutus, which hails from Vancouver.

Kohorst was again between the pipes for Scotiabank.

Catching fish

The Honey Badgers doubled the Steelheads 4-2 in peewee recreation play at Memorial Arena on Friday.

Dawson Bradley, Grace Miller, Brendan Kohlberger and Carson Desmarais recorded goals for the Badgers, who went with Nathan Sandelesku between the pipes.

Bradley, Madison Ouellettte and Devon Tournour pitched in with assists for the winners.

Cordell Davidson notched a goal and John Black added an assist for the Steelheads, who went with Summit Krause-Love in net.

Vernon victorious

The Kamloops Royal Purple Mystix were blanked 3-0 by Vernon in bantam female play on Saturday.

Ashlynn Neurauter and Sydney Carter shared goaltending duties for Kamloops.

Major victory

Goals from Javante Marchio, Samm Perrin and Tanner Robinson pushed the Kamloops Scotiabank Majors to a 3-2 win over Team 5 in bantam recreation play.

Ryan Wightman and Chris Buchanan added helpers for the Majors, who let Zach Thorniley and Mackenzie Sakaki-Hodder split time between the pipes.

Landon Wamboldt and Austin Morphy notched goals for Team 5, with Ryan Fielding and Ryland Davoren providing assists.

Oilers and Legends solve nothing

Nothing was decided in a 6-6 tie between the Oilers and Legends in atom recreation play on Saturday.

Kaedyn Bert tended goal for the Oilers, who received scoring from Liam Edstrom (3G), Landon Kinney (1G), Dawson Pittman (1G), Cameron Ryles (1G, 1A), Jackson Diehl (1A) and Ethan Hardy (1A).

Recording points for the Legends were Tyler Fernie (2G, 1A), Colton Woitas (1G), Michael Degasso (1G), Bryce Bertuzzi (1G, 1A) and Chase Bodger (1G).

Bryton Neufeld backstopped the Legends.

Dirty Brian earns W

Dirty Brian and the Boys earned a 7-5 win over the Warriors in midget recreation play at Brock Arena.

Recording points for the winning team were Riley Polacik (5G), Tyson Johnston (1G, 2A), Josh Huffman (1G), Brenden Ruttan (1A), Darion Nordick (1A), Brian Rockvam (1A) and Seven Scheifele (1A).

Jake Birkland and D.J. Lapierre split time between the pipes for Dirty Brian.

Replying with points for the Warriors were Jake Schindell (2G, 1A), Alan Testawich (2G, 1A), Anthony Jacobs (1G) and Jonathan Freeman (1A).

Splitting time in net for the Warriors were Nic Bernier and Adam Passmore.

Select competition

The visiting under-16 California selects edged the midget tier 1 North Kamloops Lions 4-3 on Saturday.

Adam Struch (2) and Brodie Moorman scored for the Lions, whose goalie was Nolan Munden.

North Kamloops was up 2-0, but California scored four straight goals en route to victory.

Dawgs have their day

The Southgate Radiator Ice Dawgs doubled the Brock Auto Centre Predators 4-2 in peewee recreation play at Memorial Arena on Friday.

Recording points for the winning team were Jarret Daoust (3G, 1A), Connor Hall (1G, 1A, Colton Davoren (1A) and Georgia McLellan (1A).

Austen Martin backstopped the Ice Dawgs.

The Predators were paced by goal scorers Ryan Clark and Nolan Mongey.

Clark, Sage Pavlovich and Andrew Lewis added assists.

Josh Harris backstopped the Preds.

Rockets’ ride

The Kamloops Timbits Rockets finished on a high note at the KMHA Timbits Jamboree on the weekend at McArthur Island.

The Rockets opened the weekend with a 5-2 loss to the Timbits Crushers on Saturday. Grady Egeland, Zakery Anderson, Owen Geiger, Sawyer Mynio and Jed Smallman scored for the Crushers. Jake Poulsen had both goals for the Rockets, who went with Kolby Hay in net. The Rockets blasted back with a pair of victories on Sunday, 7-4 over the Timbits Flyers and 9-4 over the Timbits Titans.

Poulsen and Ryan Larsen each scored three times and Jarrett Dumais collected one goal to help David Browning to the goaltending victory over the Flyers. Brady Milburn scored three times and Nicolas Leggatt tallied once to pace the Flyers.

Dumais recorded a hat trick to lead the Rockets over the Titans. Larsen and Rawlings scored two goals apiece, Poulsen had a goal and two assists and Nate Van Unen found the twine once in support of netminder Kaden Linquist. Kaiden Wiltsie had a three-goal game for the Titans and Mitch Harnett rounded out the scoring with a single.





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