Jerry McKenna struck for three goals Tuesday afternoon as the Penticton Elks scored a 5-2 victory over Chilliwack Jolly Miller in a 70-plus Division game at the 13th annual Kamloops Oldtimers hockey tournament at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre.
The tournament runs through Thursday. Today’s games go from 9 a.m. through the early afternoon.
Ron Goodman and Ron Graves also scored for the Elks, while Ben Weberand Gord Buckle replied for Chilliwack. McKenna and Jolly Miller goaltender Gord Gerard were the MVPs.
In another 70-plus game, Murray Owen scored three times and Bill Donaldson added two as the Kamloops Old Dogs blanked the Kamloops Blazers, 5-0. Art Johnson (Blazers) and Donaldson were the MVPs.
In 60-plus action, the Canoe Cubs and Kamloops Honda played to a 2-2 tie, while the Salmon Arm Barley Station dumped Chilliwack Jolly Miller, 6-4.
Howie Cyr and Rick Chatwell scored for Canoe, with Ray Vandette and Wayne Duffy counting for Honda. Cyr and Vandette were the MVPs.
Salmon Arm got two goals from each of Jim Stewart and Armand Gilbert, with Darryl Koskimake and Roy Sakaki adding one apiece. Chilliwack’s scorers were Dennis Parker, Richie Kramp, Les Maxwell and Ron Van Dyke. Stewart and Maxwell were the MVPs.
In the 65-plus Division, the Kamloops Old Dogs defeated the Kamloops Steamers 5-1 and Chilliwack Jolly Miller edged Grande Prairie, 4-3.
Bob Reid, Bob King, Dennis Lloyd, Ken MacKinlay and Randy McLean had the Old Dogs’ goals, with Lloyd the MVP. The Steamers’ goal came from Tim Araki and goaltender Ron Creasser was the MVP.
Al Olson, with two, Jim Perry and Randy Brandt scored for Chilliwack. John Ross, Wayne Davies and Ron Hemmingway scored for Grande Prairie. Chilliwack’s Tom Poth and Grande Prairie goaltender Mike Garlinski were the MVPs.
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Brooke Briscoe scored 22 points Tuesday night, leading the Kelowna Owls to an 81-39 victory over the host NorKam Saints in AAA senior girls basketball action.
Kaitlyn Lafontaine added 12 points for the Owls, who led 56-29 at the half.
Katy Thorn had 12 points for the Saints.
NorKam will be home to the Mount Boucherie Bears on Friday — girls, 6 p.m.; boys, 7:45 — and then take on the visiting Penticton Lakers and Rutland Voodos on Saturday, with the girls games starting at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., and the boys to follow each game.