KYSA round-up, March 15 to March 17
Blaze girls snare silver in Surrey
The under-13 B Kamloops Blaze girls placed second at the Surrey Mayors Cup on the weekend, posting a 3-1 record.
Kamloops beat the KLM Colts 2-0 and twice beat the CCB Fury 1-0 in matches that went to penalty kicks. The Blaze lost 1-0 to the CVU Typhoons, who won the tournament.
Stephanie Mosley scored Kamloops’ only goals in regulation play.
Rheane Holling played three games between the pipes, with Maddie Susheski backstopping the Blaze once.
Holling, Mosley, Athena Louvros and Jessica McQueen earned Game MVP honours.
Back from Burnaby
The under-15 Kamloops Blaze boys posted two wins, one loss and one draw at a tournament in Burnaby on the weekend.
Kamloops beat Burnaby 5-0 and Vancouver 4-0, lost 1-0 to Port Moody and tied Chilliwack 0-0.
Cody Campbell, Kailum Nicolson (2), Jason Hothi, Brennan Atamanchuk (3), Jeff Tulliani and Stefan Nesci scored for the Blaze, who went with Matthew Mackenzie between the pipes.
Next up is the Lake Country Icebreaker Tournament, which gets underway on March 29.
U13s post one W
The under-13 tier 1 Kamloops Blaze girls posted a win and three losses at the Surrey Mayors Cup, which wrapped up on Sunday, March 17.
Kamloops opened with a 2-0 win over the Yukon, but suffered losses to Coquitlam, 2-1, Victoria, 1-0, both in penalty kicks, and Surdel, 2-0.
Kate Cartwright and Ryallie Jorgensen (2) scored for the Blaze in regulation on the weekend.
The under-13 Kamloops Blaze boys posted a win and three losses at the Surrey Mayors Cup on the weekend.
Kamloops’ only win was a 6-0 triumph over Comox, with losses coming against North Vancouver, 3-0, Surrey, 4-0, and Vancouver, 1-0.
Tak Cox, Kolton Storzuk (2), Nikolas Mondor and Levi Chariton (2) scored for the Blaze, who went with Alex Bepple in net.