Wesley Neilsen’s first career goal helped the Legends into 7-7 draw with the Titans.
The Legends got three goals from Bryce Bertuzzi, a goal and two helpers from Colton Woitas and single goals from Kila Pigeon and Julien Fehr.
Jameson Rende had five goals and earned heart-and-hustle honours for the Titans, with Nathan Underhill and Rylen Trent each scoring once.
Bryton Neufeld, for the Legends, and Caleb Campbell, for the Titans, were the goaltenders.
Kyle Proulx had three goals and Domenico Comita had three assists as the Sandman Roughnecks edged the Ice Kings 5-4 in a semifinal game.
Josh Glover and Ben Smith had the other Roughnecks’ goals, and Sam Fawcett was the winning goaltender.
Dexter Williams, with two, Kai Mohring and Olen Gelineau had the goals for the Ice Kings, who had Hayden Buttazzoni in goal.
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Rebekah Schmutz was in goal as the HERricanes split a pair of weekend games.
The HERRicanes opened with a 3-2 victory over Merritt’s atom/peewee girls on Saturday.
Natalie Knight, Cassidy Stasiuk and Nicole Thomas had the goals for Kamloops. Emmagin Richardson and Shailyn John scored for Merritt, which had Gracyn Nicholls in goal.
The HERricanes went on to lose 7-5 to the atom recreational Warriors.
Jacob Haines had five goals for the Warriors, with Connor Defoe and Liam Campbell also scoring in support of goaltender Joey McKinnon. Campbell and Spencer Forsythe each had two assists.
Katie Brayer and Stasiuk each had two goals for the HERricanes, with Thomas singling.
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Brady Milburn had four goals for the Flyers in a 9-6 Orange victory over the Coyotes.
Owen Aura had two goals in the victory, with Reggie Newman, Adam Baker and Nic Leggett scoring to help goaltender Johnathan Hicks post the victory.
Sam and Mathew Ward each had two goals for the Coyotes, with Levi Toye and Evan Smith also scoring.
The Timbits Rockets wrapped up their season at the Kelowna tournament, winning once, tying once and losing twice.
The Rockets opened with a 3-2 loss to the Kelowna Snipers on Friday. David Browning and Ryan Larsen scored in support of netminder Kolby Hay, who was between the pipes for the entire weekend. Max Smith was game MVP, Browning earned the hardhat as hardest-working player, and Kaden Linquist was given the coach’s game puck.
The Rockets then blew past the Kelowna Storm, 5-2, on Saturday morning. Jake Poulsen scored twice, with Smith, Browning and Jarrett Dumais adding singles. Larsen set up three goals. Hay was game MVP, Poulsen earned the game puck, and Nate Van Unen was awarded the hardhat.
The Rockets couldn’t keep up the pressure, falling 7-3 to the Kelowna Flyers. Smith, Poulsen and Rylan Newport provided the offence. Newport earned the hardhat for his efforts, while Matteo Rawlings was game MVP and Ryan Watson was awarded the game puck.
Smith added two more goals, including one on a penalty shot, and earned the hardhat as the Rockets played to a 3-3 draw against the Ridge Meadows Vipers on Sunday. Poulsen had the other goal. Larsen won the game puck and Hay was again game MVP.
The Flyers had a tie and three losses at a tournament in Kelowna.
Kamloops opened with a 3-3 draw with the Vernon Royals. Brett Calhoon had all three goals for Kamloops.
The Flyers were knocked off 9-4 by the Kelowna Rockets. Calhoon had two goals, and Jeremy McInnis and Landon McGillis also scored.
Game 3 ended in a 7-4 loss to the Kelowna Icebreakers, with Calhoon scoring twice and McGillis and McInnis also finding twine.
McGillis and McInnis each scored again, as did Reid Lougheed, in a tournament-ending 4-3 loss to the Kelowna Bruins.
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Dirty Brian and the Boys got nine goals from Riley Polacik and singles from Dylan O’Grady and Brendan Ruttan in beating team 4, 11-9, in a playoff game.
Jake Birkland and D.J. Lapierre were in net for the Boys. Cole Feere was in goal for Team 4, which got three goals from Lucas Colgon and two from Jesse Bingham-Hall.
Lucas Kemp also had a goal and two assists, and Jordan Moore and Graham Kemp also scored for Team 4.
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The Southgate Radiator Ice Dawgs went 2-2 at a tournament in Winfield.
The Ice Dawgs opened with an 8-1 victory over Salmon Arm, with Colton Davoren scoring three times and Jarrett Daoust tallying twice. Connor Hall, Devan Devries and Rebecca Ramgren also scored in the victory.
Austen Martin was in goal for the victory, and played the entire weekend in Kamloops’ goal.
The Ice Dawgs went on to lose 5-4 to the Kelowna Stars, with Davoren and Daoust each scoring twice, and then lost 7-0 to Vernon.
Kamloops finished with a 7-0 victory over the Kelowna Flyers. Hall had three goals, Davoren got a pair and Daoust and Ramgren singled.
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Kyle McIlwain had three goals and Preston Guerra-Ibbetson also scored as the Northern Trailer Oilers took down the Jets 4-1 in a playoff game.
Bryan Caillier and Scott Poelzer split the goaltending for the Oilers, who are to compete at Wednesday’s Night of Champions on McArthur Island.