PEEWEE TIER 2
Jarrett Larsen’s Saturday shutout helped the Player’s Bench Raiders pick up a weekend sweep of Penticton.
Larsen turned aside 32 shots as Kamloops won for the first time this season, 1-0. Tyson Gayfer converted an Evan Vinterlik feed on the game’s only goal.
Vinterlik scored two late goals as the Raiders beat Penticton 3-2 on Sunday. Ethan Langenegger was the winning goaltender, and Elias Wallace also scored in the victory.
The Raiders are 2-2-1 in league play.
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The Western Roofing Nailers went 2-2 at a tournament in Vernon.
The Nailers lost to Semiahmoo and Seafair, with Noah Bradley, Brendan Kirschner and Harrison Ewert scoring goals. Austin Krug was in the Kamloops goal for both games.
One of the Nailers’ victories came against the Chilliwack Bruins, with Kamloops winning 5-4 behind Nolan Virgo’s three goals. Kirschner and Logan Stankoven also scored, and Kirschner and Bradley each had two assists.
Stankoven had three goals and two assists as the Nailers beat the Kelowna Kings, 7-4.
Ewert also scored twice, with Jacob Proulx scoring one goal and assisting on three others. Virgo had the other goal, and Adam Niles was the goaltender in both Nailers’ victories.
Krug, Proulx, Devin Benson and Virgo were the MVPs.
The 7 Points Millworks Ice Hawks defeated Salmon Arm 5-3 on Sunday.
Aston Taylor, with two, Jarrod Semchuk, Tristan Allen and Harjun Serown had the Ice Hawks’ goals. Kimberley Davidson and Jared Sucro split the goaltending.
The Scotiabank Bandits fell 9-3 to the Kelowna Legends in OMAHA play Saturday at Valleyview Arena.
Brendan Hunchak tallied twice and Reagan Milburn singled for the Bandits, who went with Zach Kohorst in net. Aidan Sutter won the hardest-working player hardhat.
The Bandits will play host to Salmon Arm on Saturday (4:15 pm at Brock Arena) before travelling to Rutland on Sunday to play Kelowna 1.
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Dexter Williams had four goals, Mitch Coxon scored three and Ethan Schanzanbach added a pair as the Ice Kings beat the Snipers, 11-5.
Matt Coxon and Trystan Bahnsen had the other goals for the Ice Kings, whose goaltender was Hayden Buttazoni.
Elessio Louvros scored four times for the Snipers, who went with Matthew Yon in goal, and Ethan Gremaud also scored.
The Ice Kings went on to lose 4-3 to the Thunder.
Nolan Austin was the winning goaltender. Kiel Schriml, Raymond Shockey, Adam Gordon and Hunter Coleman scored for the Thunder.
Dexter Williams, with two, and Olen Gelineau had the goals for the Ice Kings, who had Buttazoni in goal.
Cameron Riles scored three goals, Kaedyn Bert and Liam Edstrom each scored twice and Ethan Hardy and Mathais Woehle singled as the Oilers beat the Junior Blazers, 9-4.
Zach Kramer was the winning goaltender.
Lochlan Scholefield, Braidon Clark, Joey Stankevich and Luken Murray scored for the Blazers, whose MVP was Clark and whose goaltender was Brady Pawlachuk.
The Warriors won twice.
The Warriors beat the Thunder 11-1, with Joey McKinnon providing winning goaltending. Jacob Haines, with three, Corbin Guenther, Amanda Martin and Liam Campbell, with two apiece, Connor Defoe and Justin Baker had goals for the Warriors.
Jacob Sherlock scored for the Thunder, which had Kiel Schmirl in goal.
The Warriors went on to beat the Vipers, 11-5, with Haines scoring three goals, Defoe, Martin and Campbell adding two apiece, and Guenther and Alex Deneault-Isnardy adding singles. RJ Gerow was the winning goaltender.
Evan Kissack, with three, Josh Hamling and Brendan Bubela scored for the Vipers, who went with Sheehan Tobler in goal.
Bryce Bertuzzi had three goals as the Sandman Legends defeated the Vipers, 8-7.
Tyler Fernie counted the game-winner among his two goals, and Michael Dagasso, Kila Pigeon and Brendan Ice, with his first minor hockey goal, also scored. Bryton Neufeld was the winning goaltender.
Evan Kissack, Paxton Haggard and Jonathan Rinaldi each scored twice, and Jacob Patton also scored in support of Vipers goaltender Sheehan Tobler.
The Roughnecks got hat tricks from Domenico Comito and Keegan Leblanc in an 11-3 victory over the Junior Blazers.
Devin Smith and Sam Fawcett each scored twice for the Roughnecks, and Max Hinkson singled. Comita also had four helpers in support of goaltender Ben Smith.
Brady Pawlachuk had two goals for the Blazers, and Connor Kennedy scored in support of goaltender Joey Stankevich. Bhavin Serown was MVP.
The Roughnecks went on to take out the Assassins 9-1 behind Fawcett’s goaltending.
Josh Glover and Ben Anderson each scored twice, with Comita, Smith, Colby Cooper, Hinkson and Sterling von Dehn singling. Glover and Comita had two assists each, and Cooper had four helpers.
The Assassins had Sam Lewis in goal, and had Skylar Wiltsie score their goal.
The Titans lost twice on the weekend, 10-8 and 10-5.
Jameson Rende had four goals in one game and two in another. Nathan Underhill scored in both games, with Max Card, Nicolas Bradley, Isaac Bean, Kyle Sandher and Rylen Trent also scoring. Caleb Campbell and Dayton Miller were the goaltenders, and Rende won the heart and hustle award Sunday.
Dawson Pittman scored the first goal of his career Sunday to help the Oilers to a 7-4 victory over the Snipers.
Cameron Ryles, with three, Landon Kinney, Liam Edstrom and Jax Anderson also scored for the winners.
Ethan DiCostanzo, with two, Brady McCutcheon and Elessio Louvros sniped for the Snipers.
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Ryan Clark posted the shutout as the Brock Auto Centre Predators beat the Mini-Blazers, 2-0.
Sage Pavlovich and Jordan Calibaba scored for the Predators. Kieran Outerbridge took the loss in goal.
The Predators went on to beat the Vikings, 6-4.
Calibaba and Jacob Stewart each scored two goals, and Jonah Saemerow and Kai Farenholtz singled in support of Clark. Nolan Mongey had two assists.
Cole Standen had two assists for the Vikings, who got goals from Dylan Dudley, Connor Humphrey, Riley Demchuk and Joshua Dimaulo, and goaltending from Josh Harris.
The Mini-Blazers, meanwhile, lost 6-3 to Team 9 on Sunday.
Deegan Ludwig and Garrett Miller, with two goals apiece, and Sam Lesieur and Jake Tabar scored for Team 9. Birch Mierau was the winning goaltender.
Isaac Latta, A.J. McInnis and Luc Rodrigue scored for the Mini-Blazers, who had Outerbridge in goal.
The Vikings had lost 8-1 to Team 3 earlier.
Jordan Munegatto scored for the Vikings, who had Cole Standen in goal.
Dawson Bradley, with three goals, and Devon Tournour, with a pair, led the way for Team 3. Carson Desmarais, Madison Ouellette and Blake Ablitt also scored for Team 3, which had Nathan Sandulescu in goal.
The Steelheads won two games.
John Black, Andrew Warner and Ethan Smith each scored twice and Cordell Davidson singled in a 7-5 victory over the Ice Dawgs. Taylor Russell had two assists and Summit Krause was the winning goaltender.
Colton Davoren, with two, Connor Hall, Jarrett Daoust and Devan De Vries had goals for the Ice Dawgs, who had Austin Martin in goal.
The Steelheads went on to defeat the Titans, 7-6. Davidson had three goals, Black had a goal and two helpers and Evan Sonnleitner had two assists. Jack Wilhelm, Ethan Crawford and Arjun Gill had the other Steelheads goals. Krause backstopped the victory.
Spencer Shyiak had two goals and three assists and Liam Rose had two goals and two helpers for the Titans. Atticus Foulds was in goal for the Titans, and Alexander Viventi and Joseph Benastick had the other goals.
The Titans got past the Raiders 7-5 on the strength of four goals from Christopher Penner.
Sebastian Ouimet, with two, and Liam Rose added one each.
Dakota Hoffman and Josh Olynyk scored two each for the Raiders, with Tyson Dmyterko getting the single.
Elijah Joy was in goal for the Titans, with Nik Shufletoski going the distance for the Raiders.
The Honeybadgers played to a 4-4 draw with Team 5.
Jack Thompson and Carson Desmarais had goals for the Honeybadgers. Further information was unavailable.
Team 5 scored a 7-3 victory over the North River Plumbing and Heating Rampage on Saturday at Memorial Arena.
Jake Tabor and Yvonne Manwaring had two of the Rampage goals. Other details weren’t available.
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The Mystix lost 7-1 to the Kamloops female midget team.
Kendall Fitzgerald scored for the Mystix, who split the goaltending between Sydney Carter and Ashlynn Neurauter.
On Sunday, the Mystix lost 5-0 in Kelowna. Neurauter and Carter split the goaltending.
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PEEWEE TIER 1
The Jardine’s Blazers won twice on the weekend, 7-6 in a shootout over Kelowna and 6-0 over Vernon.
Further information was unavailable.
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MIDGET FEMALE A
Kamloops went 2-1 on the weekend.
On Friday, Kamloops beat Kamloops Bantam A, 7-1. Jordan Finnie, with two, Sydney Gordon, Melissa Brunn, Kathryne Cunningham, Taylor Finnie and Olivia Merritt scored for the midgets.
On Saturday, Kamloops lost 4-1 to Salmon Arm, with Shelby Danielle scoring.
On Sunday, Kamloops beat Vernon Bantam, 3-2. Jordan Finnie scored two goals and Marcella Mondin singled.
Earlier, Kamloops beat Prince George’s Bantams, 1-0, with Taylor Finnie scoring.
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Rebekah Schmutz posted back-to-back goaltending victories as the HERricanes dumped the Williams Lake Da Bomb team 8-3 and 9-2 in a Sunday doubleheader.
Katie Brayer had three goals in the opener, and Nicole Thomas had four assists. Carsen Moffett also scored two goals, and Nola Clarke, Natalie Knight and Cassidy Stasiuk each scored once.
Brayer had another hat trick in the second game, and Stasiuk had two goals and two assists. Moffett also scored two goals, and Thomas and Knight each had a goal and two assists.
Clarke also had two helpers.
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PEEWEE TIER 4
Jacob Pilon and Skye Connors had two goals each Saturday, leading the Kamloops Tk’emlups Tomahawks to a 7-0 victory over the North Okanagan Knights.
Jayden Russell, Zach Bachand and Hunter Beckett also scored, while Kaleb Virgo recorded the shutout.
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Kamloops scored a 3-2 victory over Merritt in OMAHA Super League action at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre on Saturday.
Sydney Harris scored the winning goal, with Katy Thorne and Sara Chrystal adding the others.
Goaltender Alex Harpauer picked up the victory.
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BANTAM TIER 2
The Kamloops Predators went on the road and came home with two victories.
On Saturday, the Predators dumped Penticton, 5-1.
Matthew Facchinelli, with two, Mac Alberts, David Collins and Max Patterson had the goals in support of goaltender Reid Gladman.
On Sunday, the Predators skated to a 7-3 victory over Penticton OHS.
Bryce McDonald had two goals and two assists, with Patterson scored once and adding four assists and Stefan Nesci getting a goal and three helpers. Ryan Ignace, Brysen Watson and Michael Van Unen also scored, with Alberts drawing two assists. Matthew Hicketts was in goal for the victory.
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PEEWEE TIER 3
Kamloops dropped a 5-2 decision in Winfield on Saturday.
Adam Harrison and Hunter Dairon scored for Kamloops, which had Nathan Nesci in goal.
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Ryan Reinger scored twice to help the Kamloops Bolts defeat the Jets 6-5 on Saturday night.
Zach Brevoets, Zailen Watson, Kevin Piercy and Corey Hink also scored for the Bolts, who split their goaltending duties between Taylor Booth and Ethan Herndier.
Landon Wamboldt, with two, Breanden Frenks, Landon Weiss and Santana Casimir scored for the Jets, who had James Lamb in goal.
The Kamloops Beauts scored a 6-2 victory over the Oilers at Brock Arena on Saturday.
Preston Guerra-Ibbetson and Keyron Pavlovich scored for the Oilers, who had Bryan Caillier in goal.
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BANTAM TIER 3
The North Kamloops Lions won their first four games before losing in the final of a tournament in Penticton on the weekend.
The Lions opened with a 13-3 victory over Salmon Arm. Austin Hashimoto scored five times for the winners, with McCoy Pearce and Conan Poss adding two each. Singles came from Ethan Kasten, Garrett Kellington and Harrison Rosch. The name of the other goal scorer wasn’t available. Dalton Johnston was the winning goaltender.
In their second game, the Lions beat Ridge Meadows, 7-1. Kellington, with two, Richardson, Hashimoto, Pearce, Kyle Hutton and Wyatt Brook had the goals. Pearce added two assists. Nicolas Boehm was in goal.
The Lions went to 3-0 with a 10-1 victory over Victoria as Hashimoto scored three times. Gabe Graham-Boyd and Pearce, each with two, Rosch, Brook and Jaxon Reid scored for the Lions. Conan Poss had four assists and Matthew Richardson and Brook had two each. Johnston was back in goal.
The Lions then dumped Winfield, 7-3. Kellington and Hashimoto each had two goals, with singles from Poss, Pearce and Brook. Graham-Boyd and Reid each had two assists. Boehm was in goal.
In the final, the Lions dropped a 2-1 decision to Kelowna. Parker Matheson scored the only goal with Johnston in goal.