Brendan Hunchak had two goals to lead the 7 Points Millworks Ice Hawks to a 5-2 victory over the Kelowna Junior Rockets on Saturday.
Tristan Allen had three assists in the victory, and Tyson Galloway, Evan Clark and Zakery Anderson scored the other goals. Kolby Hay and Evan Pascoe split the goaltending.
The Royal Purple Mystixs peewee A girls team lost 11-9 to the Salmon Arm boys.
Nicole Thomas had three goals and two assists for Kamloops, with Amanda Martin adding a goal and two assists. Nola Clark also had two goals, with Natalie Knight, Mackenzie Gottfriedson and Amanda Thomas each scoring once. Rebekah Schmutz was in goal for the Mystixs.
The Western Roofing Nailers went undefeated in winning the North Surrey Thanksgiving Tournament.
Kamloops won its first three games by the same score — 5-2.
In beating Salmon Arm, Logan Stankoven had two goals and Reagan Milburn had a goal and two helpers. Jackson Steed and Mathew Ward also scored in support of goaltender Jared Sucro.
Milburn had three more goals and Stankoven also struck in a victory over Chilliwack. Carson Evoy also scored as Austin Krug backstopped the Nailers.
In another 5-2 victory, this time over Surrey, Stankoven had two goals and two assists and Milburn also scored twice. Ward scored again, and Sucro was the winning goaltender.
Matthew Mariona had three goals as the Nailers hammered South Delta 6-1. Evoy, Jakob Sherwood and Milburn also scored in support of Krug.
Sucro and Krug split the goaltending and Mariona had three more goals as Kamloops knocked off Vancouver 9-1. Justin Vinterlik and Stankoven each scored twice, with Sherwood and Milburn each scoring once.
Kamloops finished off its remarkable run with a 5-3 victory over Surrey in the championship final. Stankoven had two more goals, with Mariona, Milburn and Sherwood pitching in one each. Sucro and Krug shared the goaltending duties again.
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Matthew Richardson had two goals as Team 3 managed a 2-2 draw with Team 1.
Scott Poelzer was in goal for Team 3. Santana Casimir and Nolan DiCostanzo scored for Team 1, which had McKenzie Povoas in goal.
John Black had three goals as Ben Smith backstopped Team 4 to a 6-6 draw with the Oilers.
Adam Burnstad, Ethan Smith and Ethan Crawford had the other Team 4 goals.
Austen Martin was in goal for the Oilers, whose goals came from Josh Oldham, Jordan Mariona, Tim Lapierre, Chris Buchana, Sage Pavlovich and Jarret Daoust, who also had two assists.
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BANTAM TIER 3
Seiji Brown had back-to-back two-goal games as the North Kamloops Lions won a pair of exhibition games.
Brown’s two goals helped Kamloops over Burnaby Winter Club 8-3 on Saturday. Nathan Weninger also scored two goals, and Brendan Roche had a goal and two assists.
Evan Vinterlik, Mitchell Fargey and Matthew Lee also scored in the victory, which Ethan Langenegger backstopped.
Max Palaga had the shutout in the second game, a 7-0 victory over BWC. Brown had two goals, Weninger, Roche, Tyson Gayfer, Justin MacInnes and Elias Wallace also scored and Lee and Eric Marasco each had two assists.
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The Mystixs won their first two league games of the season, knocking off the West Kootenay Wildcats 5-2 and 8-3 in Castlegar.
Ali Borrows had three goals in the opener, with Emma Knight and Makenna Fitzgerald also scoring. Sydney Carter was the winning goaltender.
Borrows, Fitzgerald and Katie Merritt each scored twice as the Mystixs won Game 2.
Knight and Ashley McCabe had the other goals, and Ashlynn Neurauter backstopped the victory.
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Olen Gelineau scored five goals as the Titans defeated the Ice Hawks 9-4.
Bradley Boudreau had a goal and two assists, and Adam Gordon, Rhys Gustafson and Ryan Hurst each scored once in support of Kiran Ramsay.
Jax Anderson had three goals for the Ice Hawks. Ryan Sanderson was in goal for the loss, and Evan Kissack also scored.
Kurtis Pearson had three goals and Maxwell Smith and Ryan Mitchell each scored twice as Team 12 knocked off the Warriors 10-3.
Ty Turner had a goal and two assists, and Delwyn Neveu and Michael Baudin also scored for Team 12.
Jacob Huffy had two goals for the Warriors, and Will Davis-Arnold singled.
Stran Smith had three goals and three assists as the Spitfires defeated the Vipers 10-3.
Jase Hanghofer had three goals, Sterling Van Dohn had a goal and two helpers and Colton Woitas scored twice. Aiden Dell also scored for the Spitfires, who had Kash Minion in goal.
Jagger Delagorgenaire, with two, and Elayne Einfeld scored for the Vipers, who went with Brady Pawlachuk in goal.
The Vikings got four goals from Matthiew Coxon and defeated Team 10, 11-4.
Zackary Banks and Julien Fehr had three-point games, Mitchell Coxon scored twice, Adam Haines had a goal and two assists, and Owen Cupello also scored. Ryerson Palmer was the winning goaltender.
Maxwell Card had two goals for Team 10, and Ty Moffett and Bryton Jahn also scored.
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MIDGET TIER 2
Josh Huffman had two assists as the Kamloops Elks lost 5-2 to West Kelowna.
Felix Nachtigal had a goal in support of goaltender Matt Hicketts.
The Elks also lost 6-0 to Kelowna, with Caelen Holling taking the loss in goal.
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BANTAM TIER 2
The Raiders lost in a semifinal at a tournament in Kelowna.
Kamloops opened with a 3-2 loss to Langley, before tying Spokane, 3-3. After beating Semiahmoo 7-1, the Raiders moved into the semifinals.
Playing against Penticton, the Raiders lost 5-1. Penticton went on to win the championship final.
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BANTAM TIER 1
The Jardine’s Blazers finished fourth a 16-team tournament in Chilliwack.
The Blazers opened with a 2-0 loss to the Calgary Bisons. Game MVP Jake Walter took the loss in goal.
The Blazers got the offence going in their next game, scoring a 4-1 victory over Langley.
Max Patterson led the way with two goals, and Ty Kolle and Tyler Ward also scored. Ward got MVP honours, and Curt Doyle backstopped the victory.
Solomon Seibel was game MVP as Kamloops earned a 4-4 draw with Burnaby Winter Club. Ward, Patterson, Brendan Semchuk and Nick Sourtzis scored in support of Walter.
Doyle was back in net for the Blazers’ 6-2 victory over Prince George. Sourtzis, Ryan Chyzowski, Kolle, Ward, Patterson and Semchuk had the goals.
In the quarterfinals, Kamloops skated past the Vancouver Thunderbirds, 3-1. Semchuk, with two, and Sourtzis scored in support of Walter.
The Blazers lost a heartbreaker in the semifinals, with the Okanagan Hockey Academy scoring a power-play goal in the final five seconds to win 1-0.
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Liam Rose scored the winning goal with two minutes remaining as Team 2 defeated the Honey Badgers 4-3.
Dakota Hofmann scored three goal in helping the Rebels defeat the Grizzlies 5-4.
Mattias Nelson and Nik Shufletoski also scored in support of Victor Church, the winning goaltender.
Ashton Vinnie and Josh Hofmann split the goaltending for the Grizzlies, whose goals came from Matthew Nixon, Tyrell Eli, Rylen Trent and Connor Defoe.
Colton Davoren had three goals and Aislynn Ernst and Jamie Daniels each had a goal and two helpers to lead the Brock Auto Centre Broncos to a 10-7 victory over Team 1.
Spencer Shyiak also scored twice for the winners, with Dakota Reid, Brooke Cave and Jordan Munegatto singling. Kyle McRae, Zachary Teale and Benjamin Smith had two assists apiece.
Jordan Swoboda and Lucas Bird each had two goals for Team 1, with Charlie Kinloch, Parker Erickson and Joshua Rankin each scoring once. Birch Mierau added two assists for Team 1.
Keaton Dell scored five goals and Nick Jittler had three goals as Team 3 scored a 15- victory over Team 9.
Elessio Louvros, with two, Blair Pitts, Zach Pankuch, C.J. Ferguson, T.J. O’Laney and Jared Flodstrom had the other goals for Team 3. Pitts had three assists, Ferguson had a pair and Atticus Foulds was the winning goalie.
Nolan Virgo, with three, Kassidy Neil, with two, and Sebastian Ouimet, Alex Wright and Jarrett Mirtle scored for Team 9. Mirtle, Wright and Ouimet each had two assists in support of goaltender Haley Critch.
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PEEWEE TIER 1
The Jardine’s Blazers went 0-4 at a tournament in Burnaby on the weekend.
Kamloops opened with a 10-0 loss to Burnaby Winter Club, before knocking off Vancouver, 4-3.
Lane Grunerud had two goals, with Corson Nordick also scoring and Haden Nordick adding two assists.
The Blazers dropped a 2-1 decision to Kelowna, with Hunter Beckett scoring their goal.
Josh Van Unen had a goal as the Blazers finished the tournament with a 5-1 loss to Cowichan Valley.
Kamloops is set to play host to the Darcy Robinson Memorial Tournament, scheduled to run Friday through Sunday at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre.
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PEEWEE TIER 2
Kamloops went 1-3 at a weekend tournament in West Kelowna.
Kamloops opened with a 5-2 victory over Salmon Arm. Adam Harrison, with two, Adam Gammel, Brendan Kirschner and Carter Adams had the goals, and Nate Nesci backstopped the victory.
Kamloops dropped a 5-2 decision to Kelowna in Game 2, with Xavier Cannon in goal. Harrison and Gammel scored.
Kamloops fell 6-4 to Semiahmoo in Game 3. Adams and Jarrod Semchuk scored goals for Kamloops, and Nesci was in goal for the loss.
Kamloops finished with a 7-1 loss to host West Kelowna. Gammel scored in support of Cannon.
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MIDGET TIER 1
The North Kamloops Lions finished second at their home Thanksgiving tournament at Memorial Arena.
The Lions opened with a 4-2 vitory over Fort St. John.
Michael Fidanza had two goals for Kamloops, with Kolten Moore and MVP Darion Nordick also scoring. Josh Shank was the winning goaltender, and Dario Piva and Mason Palaga each had two assists.
Moore had three more goals and was the Lions’ MVP in a 7-7 draw with Langley. Jackson Scott had three assists, and Fidanza, Piva, Andrew Gammel and Adam Toor also scored for Kamloops, which split the goaltending between Shank and Kolby Pauwels.
Moore kept rolling, scoring twice in a 3-1 victory over Abbotsford. Piva also scored in support of Shank and Tanner Tobin was MVP.
Two more Moore goals helped Kamloops over Nanaimo 6-2 in the final round-robin game. Pauwels was the winning goaltender, and Gammel, Scott, Reade Bentz and Brodie Moorman also scored goals.
Shank was MVP as the Lions defeated Ridge Meadows 4-2 in a semifinal. Piva had two goals, with Moorman and Scott also scoring. Bentz had two assists.
The Lions lost 5-3 to the Prince George Cougars in the final. Troy Gerard, Gammel and Jordan Fidanza scored the goals.