The Royal Purple Mystixs dropped a 4-1 decision to Trail in an exhibition game.
Amanda Martin scored for the Mystixs, who went with Rebekah Schmutz in goal.
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Adam Gordon scored three goals as the Titans knocked off the Hitmen, 7-3.
Levi Costigan, with two, Bradley Boudreau and Olen Gelineau also scored for the Titans, who had Kailen Huber in goal.
Joey McKinnon was in goal for the Hitmen, who got two goals from Nick Bradley and a single from Jordan English.
Stran Smith scored four goals and Colton Woitas added a pair as the Spitfires flew past the Ice Hawks, 7-3.
Spencer Thomas had two assists and Jacob Taylor also scored in support of winning goaltender Kash Minion. Brandon Bailey, Sam Benastick and Evan Kissack scored for the Ice Hawks, who went with Ryan Anderson in goal.
Jacob Huff potted three and Will Davis-Arnold added another to give the Sandman Warriors a 4-1 victory over the Sandman Eagles.
With the Warriors leading after two, Maxwell Hinkson put one in for the Eagles to break up Ashton Dorey’s shutout bid.
The Vipers kept striking in a game against the Rockets on Sunday, picking up the 10-6 victory in a high-scoring affair.
Alesandro Comita was in on seven of the Vipers’ 10 goals, picking up six goals and an assist. Kiel Schriml, added two goals and Raymond Shockey and Chase Bodger each netted singles.
Brady McCutcheon and Ethan Gremaud kept the Rockets in the game with a hat trick apiece.
The Blades picked up their third straight victory on Saturday in a 10-6 defeat of the Crushers.
Nicholas Kuhlman had a hat trick for the Blades and Keegan Leblanc picked up two goals and two assists. Ben Miller had three assists while Rylan Newport and Carter Noble each had a goal and two assists.
Maxwell Card also had a hat trick, while Jarrett Dumais and Anton Rende assisted on two goals each.
Jacob Bradley and Matthew Murphy shared the Blades’ victory, with Tyson Aspeslet going the distance for the Crushers.
The Ice Hawks downed Merritt 5-2 on Saturday after a first period offensive outburst by Jax Anderson.
Anderson had two goals and an assist in the opening frame, with Anthony Wiseman and Max Angove adding to the lead for the Ice Hawks. Jacob Buxton added a goal before the end of the first frame to draw Merritt within three.
After a scoreless second, Keegan Ridley added the Ice Hawks’ fifth goal and Buxton potted another marker for Merritt’s second of the game.
Sam Benastick picked up the victory over Manjot Panghli of Merritt.
The Vikings defeated the Oilers on Saturday, pulling a 7-6 victory out of a close game.
Matthiew and Mitchell Coxon, with two apiece, Adam Haines, Jacob McLean and Zachary Banks all scored for the Vikings, with Ty Turner, Kurtis Pearson, Maxwell Smith, with three, and Adam Surgenor answering for the Oilers.
Ryan Palmer picked up the victory in goal over the Oilers’ Colton Day.
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PEEWEE TIER 2
Player’s Bench dropped a 5-4 decision to Vernon.
Adam Harrison, Adam Gammel, Jarrod Semchuk and Hayden Fidanza scored for Kamloops, and Nathan Nesci took the loss in goal.
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BANTAM TIER 3
Max Palaga backstopped the North Kamloops Lions over the previously unbeaten Kelowna Rockets 2-1 in a league game Saturday.
Palaga made 10 saves in the victory, and Nathan Weninger scored both Kamloops goals.
The Rockets scored their goal with 27 seconds remaining.
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Ashley McCabe scored four goals as the Mystixs hammered Kelowna, 11-4.
Makenna Fitzgerald, Emma Knight and Ts’Setkwu Dunstan each scored twice for Kamloops, and Zoe Birkett also had a goal. Ashlynn Neurauter was the winning goaltender.
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Colton Davoren scored six goals as the Brock Auto Centre Badgers went 1-2 on a busy weekend.
Davoren, Aislynn Ernst, Brooke Cave, Dakota Reid, Davan Devries, Benjamin Smith and Spencer Shyiak scored in a 7-2 victory over Team 4. Sam Fawcett was the winning goaltender, and Colby Cooper, Shyiak, Reid and Jordan Calibaba each had two assists.
Brandon McKimmie and Jonah Saemerow scored for Team 4, which had Nathan Sandulescu in goal.
The Broncos dropped two games in Clearwater, with Davoren scoring five times in a 10-8 loss in the opener. Shyiak also scored twice and Devries singled.
Ben Smith was in goal for both games in Clearwater, the second of which was a 10-6 final.
Dakota Hofmann, Liam Edstrom and Lief Martin each scored two goals and Aidan McPhee added two assists as the Rebels knocked off the Rangers 8-5.
Hunter Coleman and Alex Deneault-Isnardy also scored in support of Victor Church.
Carson Desmarais, with two, Ethan Dicostanzo, Zachary Gilbert and Domenico Comita scored for the Rangers, who went with Kalen Aujla in goal.
Nolan Virgo and Braeden Crow had two goals apiece in the Coyotes’ Sunday morning game against the Rangers, which the Rangers won 10-4.
Sebastian Ouimet had a pair for the Coyotes as well and Noah Halowski had two assists.
The Rangers had goals from Desmarais, Dicostanzo, Gilbert and Kyllan Thibault. Domenico Comita added a pair of assists.
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Joshua Harris backstopped the Hawks past the Oilers 3-1.
Hunter Klassen, Brendon Smith and Albert Park scored for the Hawks, who went ahead in the third period.
Austin Martin and Dalton Johnson split the goaltending for the Oilers, whose goal came off the stick of Jarret Daoust.
The Petes tripled up on the Mooseheads on Saturday playing to a 9-3 victory.
Matthew Richardson had four goals and an assist for the Petes and Jacob Harding had two of his own. Grayden Baker, Justin Howson and Evan Crowe each picked up singles.
Josh Olynyk, Kyle Brayer and Trevor Banks answered for the Mooseheads in support of ’tender Garrick Cassidy.
Scott Pelzer was the winning goalie for the Petes and picked up an assist as well.
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MIDGET TIER 2
Josh Campbell had a five point weekend for the Kamloops Elks who played to a 6-2 victory and a 4-4 tie against Surrey.
Campbell had a goal four assists, with Tyler Baker and Bryce McDonald nabbing three points each.
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The Kamloops Nailers pounded their Salmon Arm competition in an exhibition game in Enderby on Sunday, playing to a 12-0 victory.
Logan Stankoven led the way with six goals and four assists, with Reagan Milburn adding two goals and an assist and Carson Evoy adding a pair. Manny Recchi, Justin Vinterlik and Jakob Sherwood all added singles.
Austin Krug and Jared Sucro shared the net in the shutout.
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PEEWEE TIER 3
The North Kamloops Lions played five games in a Merritt tournament on the weekend and came home with one win, three losses and a draw.
Kamloops won its first game against the North Vancouver Storm 8-6 with Jayden Russel netting a hat trick and Connor Jensen scoring a pair. Harjun Serown, Zach Bachand and Jameson Rende each added a single while Joshua Bishop grabbed four assists; Bachand also had two assists.
In the Lions’ second game against Cloverdale the team fell 15-2. Rende and Russell each picked up a goal.
Russel and Bachand, each with two, Jesse Kotani and Tyson Smith found the scoresheet in Kamloops’ third game, a 6-6 tie against 100 Mile House.
In the tournament’s fourth game, the Lions had goals from Russell, Bachand and Bishop and Jensen had a pair of assists but the team fell just short, losing 4-3 to Merritt in overtime.
The Lions’ final game of the tournament was a 9-1 loss to Chilliwack, with Rende picking up the only goal.
Justin Mitchell and Bailey Monteith shared the weekend’s netminding duties.
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BANTAM TIER 4
The Thompson Hotel Titans picked up a consolation game victory in Revelstoke on the weekend, in the team’s first tournament of the season.
In Friday’s 6-4 loss to Kelowna Evan Vinterlik, Hayden Smale and Austin Morphy, with two, had the goals for the Titans.
Saturday, Cole McLeod and Brendan Mucha picked up the only goals for the Titans in an 8-2 loss. In another game that day the Titans fell to Merritt 5-2, Vinterlik and McLeod with the goals.
In the consolation game on Sunday, Preston Guerralbbetson’s hat trick propelled the Titans to victory. Brogen Taphorn, Morphy, Mucha and McLeod also scored in the 7-0 rout.
Kaleb Virgo picked up the shutout in the victory.
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BANTAM TIER 1
The Jardine Blazers managed a victory and a tie in league play in Prince George on the weekend.
Nic Sourtzis, Tyler Ward and Garrett Ewert scored for the Blazers in their fist game of the weekend, which they won 3-1.
In the second game, a penalty-filled affair, Ty Kolle scored the lone goal for the Blazers. It wasn’t enough to hold off their opponents for the victory however, as the Prince George tied the game at one with just eight seconds remaining.
The Blazers will head to Calgary on the weekend to take part in the Super Series.
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PEEWEE TIER 1
In weekend games against Kelowna and Vernon the Jardine Blazers went undefeated, picking up a pair of 2-2 ties.
On the road in Kelowna on Saturday, Alex Erichuk and Brandon Gremaud each bulged the twine en route to the draw.
Back at home against Vernon on Sunday, Connor Milburn and Josh Van Unen had the goals for the Blazers.