KMHA round-up, holiday edition
Herricanes come away with silver
The Kamloops Herricanes placed second in the female tier 1 atom division at the Langley Angels on Ice tournament, which wrapped up on Saturday, Dec. 29.
Kamloops lost 4-3 in the final to Langley, with Carsen Moffett (2G), Cassidy Stasiuk (1G) and Camryn Filimek (2A) recording points in a losing cause.
Rebekah Schmutz backstopped the Herricanes, who posted three wins and one tie in round-robin play.
Coyotes in Vernon
The Kamloops Coyotes placed fifth in the novice orange division at a Vernon tournament, which wrapped up on Sunday, Dec. 30.
Kamloops claimed fifth with a 7-4 win over the Kelowna Blue Storm.
Levi Toye (1G), Mathew Ward (3G), Manny Recchi (1G), Samuel Ward (1G, 1A), Colton Meikle (1G), Tyler Trudeau (1A) and Zach Clark (1A) recorded points for the Coyotes in the fifth-place deciding matchup.
The Timbits Crushers got by the Timbits Rockets 11-8 in a novice orange exhibition game on Friday, Dec. 28, at Memorial Arena.
The game was tied 6-6 after the second period.
The Crushers broke it open with a five-goal third.
Zakery Anderson scored six times to lead the Crushers, with Grady Egeland collecting three goals and Ty Turner and Owen Cupello getting one apiece.
Max Smith, Nate Van Unen and Matteo Rawlings scored two times each to lead the Rockets.
Ryan Watson and David Browning each tallied once and Jake Poulsen set up two markers.
Jake Bradley was in net for the Crushers, while Ryan Larsen was between the pipes for the Rockets.