BANTAM TIER 2
Mac Alberts had five goals and Ryan Ignace had five assists as Kamloops downed Cloverdale in a pair of weekend games.
Alberts scored three times as Kamloops won the opener, 7-1. Ignace and Brendan Mongey each had two assists in the victory, and Matthew Facchinelli, Stefan Nesci, Bryce McDonald and Rylan Douglas each scored a goal.
Kamloops won the second game 7-0, with Alberts scoring twice and Ignace setting up three goals. Tony Dennis, Ryan VanUnen, McDonald, Michael VanUnen and Brysen Watson had the other Kamloops goals.
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MIDGET TIER 1
The North Kamloops Lions went 1-2-1 at their home tournament on the weekend.
The Lions came back to beat Surrey 6-5 in their opener. Cole Clifford, Mason Harding, Adam Struch, Adam Hildebrand, Eric Heichert and Kyle Pouncy had the goals for Kamloops. Monty Chisholm had two assists, and Nolan Munden was the winning goaltender.
Kamloops dropped its next game, 6-1 to Ridge Meadows. Michael Clements was in goal for the loss, and Harding had the goal.
A late goal helped Kamloops to a 4-4 draw with Coeur d’Alene in the next game. Kolten Moore, with two, Adam Struch and Steven Rintoul scored for the Lions, who had Munden in goal.
The Lions’ tournament ended with a 4-3 loss to Nanaimo, which scored the winner late in the third period. Jacob Coelho, Myles Jarvis-Rorison and Harding scored for the Lions. Clements took the goaltending loss.
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The Seven Points Millworks Ice Hawks won a pair of league games, beating Salmon Arm 12-7 and Kelowna 8-3.
Tristan Allen had five points against Salmon Arm, with two goals and three assists. Jarrod Semchuk and Ashton Taylor scored three goals apiece, and Luke Bateman scored two goals.
Jackson Steed had three assists in the victory, and Kimmy Davidson was the winning goaltender.
Semchuk and Jaden Zunti had goals in the Kelowna victory, which Jared Sucro backstopped.
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BANTAM TIER 3
Dalton Johnston made 30 saves in his first shutout of the season as the North Kamloops Lions defeated Kelowna 3-0 on Friday.
Gabe Graham-Boyde scored two goals to lead the Lions, with Kyle Hutton scoring once.
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BANTAM TIER 1
The Jardine’s Blazers went 2-2 at a Thanksgiving Tournament in Chilliwack.
The Blazers opened with a 5-1 victory over Burnaby Minor on Friday. Rob Johnson, with two, Tre Dupilka-Sales, Cody Allen and Tyler Ward scored for Kamloops. Alexander Buchanan and Tyler Baker each had two assists for the Blazers, whose MVP was Michael Fidanza. Daniel Toews was the winning goaltender.
The Blazers ran into North Shore Winter Club in their second game, losing 6-1. Ward had the Kamloops goal, Brendan Semchuk was MVP and Spencer Eschyschyn took the loss in goal.
Kamloops came back to defeat Chilliwack, 3-2. Baker, Adam Toor and Dario Piva, the game MVP, scored for the winners, who had Toews in goal.
The Blazers finished the tournament with a 6-3 loss to Semiahmoo. Buchanan, Reade Bentz and Fidanza scored in the loss. Eschyschyn started the game, before Toews took over to start the third period.
The Blazers will be at home to Kelowna on Saturday, noon, at Memorial Arena.
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PEEWEE TIER 4
The Tk’emlups Tomahawks went 1-1-1 on the weekend.
They opened Friday with a 5-3 victory over Chase, with Adam Gammel scoring twice. Skye Connors, Isaac DeRose and Jayden Russell added a goal each in support of goaltender Kaleb Virgo.
In Game 2 on Saturday, Chase scored an 11-5 victory. Kamloops got two goals from each of Russell and Gammel, with Jacob Pilon adding a singleton. Justin Mitchell was in goal.
On Monday, the Tomahawks and Revelstoke played to a 4-4 tie. Josh Bishop, Gammel, Connors and Zach Bachand scored for the Tomahawks, who had Virgo in goal.