Renegades go 1-3 in Kamloops

Vernon Renegades go 1-3 in round-robin play at the 44th annual Kamloops International Bantam Ice Hockey Tournament.

The Vernon Sun Valley Sp-orts Renegades went 1-3 to finish 15th out of 20 Tier 2 division teams in round-robin play at the 44th annual Kamloops International Bantam Ice Hockey Tournament.

The Renegades’ win came Thursday afternoon as they outlasted the Castlegar Rebels 4-3 at the McArthur Island Sports Centre.

Jagger Williamson had the hot stick for Vernon as he collected three goals and an assist in support of netminder Kieran Watts. Eamonn Miller had the Renegades’ other snipes. Logan Imrich and Michael Lenoury each added assists.

Garret Patterson (2) and Luke Madge answered for Castlegar.

Vernon began Friday play with a 6-2 morning loss to the Chilliwack Bruins, followed by a 4-2 loss to the Spokane Jr. Chiefs that night.

Matthew Kowalski and Brian Ferguson handled the Renegade attack against Chilliwack. Williamson and Kaden Black each netted a single against Spokane.

Vernon faced Penticton’s Okanagan Hockey Academy Team Black in playoff action Saturday.

 

Vernon Morning Star

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