PEE WEE RECREATION
The Kamloops Titans defeated Team No. 2, 10-1, on Saturday at Interior Savings Centre.
Christopher Penner led the Titans with three goals and two assists, while Spencer Shyiak had two goals and two assists. Sebastian Ouimet, with two, Nathan Fraser, Kyle Brayer and Angus McQuillan-Gordon also scored. Liam Rose had two assists. Elijay Joy was happy to pick up the goaltending victory.
Cole Standen scored for Team No. 2, which had Jordan Munegatto and Joshua Harris split duties in the crease.
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The Warriors downed Team No. 3 10-8 on Saturday at Memorial Arena.
Connor Defoe led the winners with four goals, while Jacob Haines added two and singles came from Spencer Forsythe, RJ Gerow, Amanda Martin and Liam Campbell. Martin also had two assists. Joey McKinnon was in goal.
Team No. 3, with Bryton Neufeld in goal, got three goals from Bruce Bertuzzi, two from Julien Fehr and one each from Kila Pigeon, Dylan Barclay and Tyler Fernie, who also had two assists.
Brady Pawlachuk scored three goals to help the Junior Blazers to a 7-4 victory over Team No. 1.
Braidon Clark, Michael Baudin, Bhavin Serowin and Stuary Hollander also scored for the winners. Pawlachuk was the game MVP. Luken Murray was in goal.
Dayton Miller, with two, Seth Ishikawa and Rylan Trent scored for Team No. 1, which had Caleb Campbell in goal.
The Roughnecks, with Sam Fawcett in goal, beat Team No. 10, 9-0, on Saturday at Valleyview Arena.
Aidan McPhee, with three, Domenico Comita and Ben Smith, each with two, Keegan Leblanc and Kyle Proulx scored for the Roughnecks. Comita had four assists, while Sterlin Von Dehn, Maxwell Hinkson and Devin Smith each had two.
The Kamloops Hurricanes won their first game, 4-3.
Dakota Reid scored the game-winner, on an assist from Cache Clemitson, who ended with a pair of helpers. Joshua Rankin, Matthew Rowand and Elias Newport had the other Hurricanes’ goals.
The Oilers defeated the Vipers 8-3. Further info was unavailble.
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BANTAM TIER 1
The Jardine’s Blazers dropped a 3-2 decision to Kelowna on Saturday.
Alexander Buchanan and Brendan Semchuk scored for the Blazers, who had Daniel Toews in goal.
The Blazers will spend this weekend at a tournament in Kelowna.
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Team 2 scored a 7-4 victory over the Jets.
Emma Gottfriedson and James Lamb split the goaltending duties for the Jets, who got three goals from Austin Morphy and one from Kam Mahal.
Other details weren’t available.
Kyle McIlwain had three goals as Team 4 defeated Team 3 by a 5-3 score.
Carter Eschyschyn had a goal and two assists, and Keyron Pavlovich had the other Team 4 goal.
Other details weren’t available.
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BANTAM TIER 2
The Kamloops Predators opened a tournament in Kelowna by playing to a 2-2 tie with Semiahmoo on Friday.
Ryan Ignace and Brendan Mongey scored for the Predators, who used Reid Gladman and Matthew Hicketts in goal.
On Saturday, the Predators lost 5-1 to the Vancouver Thunderbirds, with Brendan Mongey scoring for Kamloops. Hicketts and Gladman split the goaltending.Also on Saturday, Trail beat the Predators, 3-1. Mac Alberts had the goal. Hicketts was in goal.
On Sunday, the Predators got goals from six players as they beat Kelowna, 6-4. Alberts, Bennett Hunter, Stefan Nesci, Mongey, Bryce McDonald and Rylan Van Unen had the goals, with Gladman in goal.
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The 7 Point Millworks Ice Hawks played to a 3-3 tie with visiting Kelowna on Saturday and then scored a 10-2 victory over host Merritt on Sunday.
Parker Erickson, with two goals, and Jarrod Semchuk scored in the tie. Jaden Zunti had two assists.
On Sunday, Ashton Taylor struck for three goals, while Jakob Sherwood and Semchuk each had two. Erickson and Harjun Serown added a goal and two assists each, with Zunti scoring once.
Kimberley Davidson and Jared Sucro shared the goaltending in both games.
Logan Stankoven had four goals and Nolan Virgo had three as the Western Roofing Nailers dumped the visiting Salmon Arm Silverbacks 11-4 on Sunday.
Brendan Kirschner, Harrison Ewert, Carson Evoy and Matthew Mariona scored for the Nailers. Austin Krug and Adam Niles split the goaltending duties.
The Kamloops Scotiabank Bandits finished in a tie for fourth at the Winfield Bruins tournament on the weekend.
The Bandits opened pool play Friday with an 8-1 loss to the Vernon Venom. Tyson Galloway scored for the Bandits, while Bailey Monteith and Zach Kohorst split netminding duties.
The Bandits roared back Saturday morning to down host Winfield, 8-5. Reed Watson led the way with two goals, while Galloway, Reagan Milburn, Brendan Hunchak, Branden Toye, Justin Vinterlik and Keegan Fletcher each singled in support of winning goaltender Kohorst. Vinterlik also picked up two assists.
The Bandits wrapped up pool play with a 4-3 loss to the Kelowna Legends on Saturday — a game in which Kamloops was down 4-0 after nine minutes but rallied to nearly tie it in the final two minutes of play. Vinterlik, Michael Hutchison and Connor Jensen tallied for Kamloops, which had Monteith in goal.
The Bandits then met the Legends again Sunday in the game for fourth place. This time, the teams waged a back-and-forth battle and settled for a 4-4 draw. Watson, Vinterlik, Galloway and Milburn scored for the Bandits, and Kohorst stood tall in net.
Milburn, Fletcher, Vinterlik and Galloway were all winners of the game MVP Heart and Hustle awards. Fletcher, Kohorst, Vinterlik and Luke Petrie nabbed the team’s hardhat award for hardest-working player.
The Bandits return to OMAHA play on Sunday, when Vernon visits the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre at 9:30 a.m.
PEEWEE TIER 3
Kamloops scored an 8-4 victory over Winfield on Saturday at Memorial Arena.
Brendan Gremaud and Brendan Mucha, with two each, Lane Grunerud, Haden Nordick, Corson Nordick and Hunter Daicon scored for Kamloops. Eric Bertuzzi and Benjamin Ward each had two assists. Taylor Kaban was the winning goaltender.
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PEEWEE TIER 2
The Players Bench Raiders dropped a pair of OMAHA road games on the weekend, losing 2-0 and 4-0 to Trail on Saturday and Sunday.
Goaltender Jarrett Larsen made 33 saves for the Raiders in the opener, with Ethan Langenegger stopped 36 shots in the second game.
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BANTAM TIER 3
Conan Poss had a goal and two assists to help the North Kamloops Lions to a 3-3 tie with Merritt.
Garrett Kellington also scored, in support of goaltender Nicolas Boehm.
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The Mystix won their final game to finish 1-3 at a tournament in Williams Lake on the weekend.
They opened with a 4-1 loss to Terrace, with Anna Morrish scoring their lone goal.
Next up was a 3-2 loss to Prince George in which Lilly McLellan and Hailey Balatti-Cooke scored.
In their third game, the Mystix fell 4-0 to Vernon.
The Mystix closed the tournament with a 4-2 victory over Williams Lake. Morrish, Jolene Hoover-Nelson, Allison Borrow and Balatti-Cooke had the goals.
Sydney Carter was in goal for the first and third games, with Ashlynn Neurauter playing the other two games.