Minor Hockey Roundup: Thomson badgers Titans with hat trick

Kamloops Daily News
November 14, 2012 01:00 AM


Jordan Devries scored three goals to lead the Kamloops Office Systems Thunderbirds to a 6-2 victory over the Titans at Memorial Arena last week. Jarod Pringle, Evan Crowe and Grayden Baker also scored for the winners, who got two assists from Kylie Emsland (2A).

The Titans got goals from Kyle Brayer and Braeden Bartlett.

Josh Humphrey was in goal for the Thunderbirds; Elijah Joly was there for the Titans.


On Saturday, the Thunderbirds got past the Vikings, 5-2, at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre.
Jordan Devries and Grayden Baker, with two each, and Kylie Emsland scored for the winners, while Cole Standen scored twice for the Vikings.

Josh Humphrey got the goaltending decision over Xavier Cannon.


On Friday, Josh Humphrey recorded the shutout as the Thunderbirds beat the Steelheads, 5-0.

Jordan Devries, with two, Evan Jumaga, Jesse Kotani and Grayden Baker had the goals.

Summit Krause was in goal for the Steelheads.


The Southgate Radiators Ice Dawgs beat the Brock Auto Centre Predators 5-3 on Saturday at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre.

Colton Davoren and Jarret Daoust each scored twice for the winners, with Devan de Vries getting a singleton. Austen Martin was in goal.

Nolan Mongey, with two, and Rhys Blundell scored for the Predators, who had Josh Harris in goal.


Jack Thomson scored three times to lead the Badgers past the Titans, 8-6, on Saturday.

Carson Desmarais and Devon Tournour added two goals each for the winners, who had Nathan Sandulescu in goal. Brendan Kohlbrger had the other goal.

Liam Rose, with two, Kyle Brayer, Christopher Penner, Sebastian Ouimet and Spencer Shyiak scored for the Titans, who split their goaltending between Atticus Foulds and Elijah Joly.


Cordell Davidson scored four times and added two assists to lead the Steelheads to a 9-1 victory over Team No. 9 on Saturday.

Tyrell Eli, with two, Jack Wilhelm, John Black, who also had two assists, and Joel Crawford also scored for the Steelheads, who had Summit Krause-Love in goal. Ryan Anderson counted for Team No. 9, which went with Birch Mierau in goal.

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The Mystix dropped a 2-1 decision to the visiting Kelowna midget side.

MaKenna Fitzgerald scored for the Mystix, who had Ashlynn Neurauter in goal.

On Sunday, with Sydney Carter in goal, the Mystixs were beaten 2-0 by the host Vernon Lakers.

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The Warriors beat the Titans 11-9 on Saturday at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre.

The Warriors, who had Joey McKinnon in goal, got four goals from Jacob Haines, three from Liam Cambell and singles from Connor Defoe, Justin Baker, Alex Deneault-Isnardy and Hunter Haukeness. Corbin Guenther had two assists.

The Titans, with Ethan Bottle in goal, got seven goals from Jameson Rende and two from Rylen Trent.


In another game played at McArthur Island, the Roughnecks got past the Vipers, 8-5.

Sam Fawcett was in goal for the Roughnecks, who got two goals from each of Ben Smith and Ben Anderson, and singles from Domenico Comita, Devin Smith, Maxwell Hinkson and Sterling von Dehn. Kyle Proulx had three assists and Xander Denis had two.

The Vipers, with Sheehan Tobler in goal, got three goals from Evan Kissack and one each from Bryan Fraser and Jacob Patton. Josh Hammling helped out with two assists.


Braidon Clark and Kobe Pavlovich had two goals each Saturday as the Junior Blazers got past the Snipers 9-1 at Valleyview Arena.

Connor Kennedy, Stuart Hollander, Joey Stankevich, Luken Murray and Stran Smith also scored for the Junior Blazers, who had Brady Pawlachuk in goal. Smith also had two assists. Brian Mullins was the MVP.

Ethan Gremaud scored for the Snipers, who had Matthew Yon in goal.


The HERicanes, with Sam Fawcett in goal, beat the Roughnecks 11-3 on Sunday at Memorial Arena.

Nicole Thomas and Natalie Knight each had three goals for the winners, with Josh Glover scoring twice and singles coming from PJ Ouimet, Katie Brayer and Nola Clarke. Clarke added three assists, with Thomas, Ouimet and Brayer getting two apiece.

The Roughnecks, who had Rebecca Schmutz in goal, got two goals from Xander Denis and one from Cassidy Stasiuk. Colby Cooper had three assists and Stasiuk had two.


The Ice Kings edged the Legends 6-5 at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre on Saturday.

Austin Burke and Mitchell Coxon each scored twice for the winners, who had Hayden Buttazoni in goal. Dexter Williams and Olen Gelineau added a goal each.

The Legends, who had Ben Smith in goal, got two goals from each of Bryce Bertuzzi and Tyler Fernie and a single from Colton Woitas. Milan Webster, Dylan Barclay and Kila Pigeon each had two assists.


The Oilers defeated the Hurricanes, 13-3.

Ellis Newport, Derek Faraday and Eric Crawford scored for the Hurricanes, who had Josh Rakin in goal.

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Tristan Coetzer struck for three goals to lead the Thunder to a 5-2 victory over Team 6 on Saturday.
Ryan Mitchell and Jakob Bennett also scored for the winners, who had Samuel Lewis in goal.

Adam Gordon and Tristan Hunt counted for Team 6, which went with Nolan Austin in goal.

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The Kamloops Lions spent the weekend at the annual Abbotsford Remembrance Day tournament.

On Friday, the Lions lost 4-1 to Langley, with Adam Struch getting their lone goal. Kolten Moore was the game MVP.

On Saturday, the Lions beat Comox, 6-2. Struch, with two, Myles Jarvis-Rorison, Mason Harding, Eric Heichert and Jacob Coelho scored for the Lions. Kyle Pouncy was game MVP.

Also on Saturday, the Lions lost 5-1 to Semiahmoo. Jacob Coelho scored for the Lions and Eric Nachtigal earned MVP honours.

In their final game, the Lions beat Nanaimo, 7-3. Harding and Monty Chisholm, who was the game MVP, each scored twice. Singles came from Moore, Struch and Nachtigal.

Nolan Munden and Riley Woodland shared netminding duties over the weekend.

The Lions next play Sunday in Winfield.

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The Nailers went 3-2 in reaching the final of their home Remembrance Day tournament.

In the opener, the Nailers lost 6-4 to the Kelowna Kings. Harrison Ewert, with two, Logan Stankoven and Jacob Proulx scored for the Nailers, who had Austin Krug in goal.

In their next game, the Nailers got five goals and three assists from Stankoven as they beat Williams Lake, 13-1. Ewert, with two goals and five assists, and Proulx, with two goals and four helpers, also had big games. Carson Evoy, with two, Brendan Kirschner and Carter McLellan also scored. Adam Niles was in goal.

On Saturday afternoon, the Nailers got five points, including three goals, from Stankoven in beating Chilliwack, 8-5. Proulx added four goals, with Nolan Virgo also scoring. Krug was back in goal.

On Sunday morning, the Nailers edged Vernon 3-2 to earn a berth in the final. Proulx led the way with a goal and two assists, with Stankoven and Andrew Senger also scoring. Niles was in goal.

North Vancouver won the final, 4-2. Kirschner and Mason Swanton had the Nailers' goals, with Niles and Krug splitting the goaltending.

The Nailers' MVPs were Swanton, Proulx, Stankoven and Ewert.


The Scotiabank Bandits defeated the Chilliwack Jr. Bruins 5-4 to finish fifth at the Remembrance Day Classic on Sunday at Brock Arena.

Ethan Kaban scored twice to lead the Bandits, with singles coming from Trey Dergousoff, Reagan Milburn and Luke Petrie. Zach Kohorst earned the goaltending victory.

It was the last game in a weekend full of close ones for the Bandits, who had opened the tournament with a 3-1 loss to the Vernon Venom on Friday. Branden Toye had the lone marker for Scotiabank, while Bailey Monteith stood tall in goal.

The Bandits forged a 4-4 draw with the Merritt Centennials on Saturday. Keagan Fletcher tallied twice and Justin Vinterlik and Tyson Galloway each singled for the Bandits, who went with Kohorst in net.
The Bandits then were edged 4-3 by the eventual tournament champion North Vancouver Storm. Cole Senum led the way with a goal and two assists. Milburn and Vinterlik also scored in support of goaltender Monteith.

Monteith, Senum, Aidan Sutter and Connor Jensen earned the Heart and Hustle awards as game MVPs. The team's hardhat awards went to Vinterlik, Sutter, Senum and Kaban.


The Kamloops 7 Point Millworks Ice Hawks opened the Remembrance Day tournament with a 4-3 victory over the West Kelowna Warriors.

Jacob Sherwood, Evan Clarke, Ashton Taylor and Harjun Serown gave the Ice Hawks a 4-0 third-period lead, before the Warriors roared back. But goaltender Jared Sucro stood tall and held the Warriors at bay.

The Ice Hawks then got past the Mission Stars, 4-3. Jarrod Semchuk scored three times, with Jaden Zunti getting the winner with five minutes to play. Kimberly Davidson earned the goaltending victory.

In their last round-robin game, the Ice Hawks beat the South Delta Storm, 4-2. Other details weren't available.
That victory left the Ice Hawks in first place in their pool and moved them into a semifinal against the Surrey Eagles.

The Ice Hawks trailed 2-0 after one period but Semchuk struck for three goals and the Ice Hawks won, 4-2. Sucro was in goal.

The Vernon Wolfpack won the final, 9-1. Semchuk, scored the lone goal for Kamloops, which had Davidson and Sucro share the goaltending duties.

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The Players Bench Predators dropped a 5-2 decision to host Trail on Saturday.

Tony Dennis scored both goals for the Predators, who had Matthew Hicketts in goal.

On Sunday, Stefan Nesci scored twice and set up four others as the visiting Predators beat Kelowna, 7-5. Bryce McDonald added three goals and two assists for the winners, while Max Patterson had a goal and three helpers. Brendan Mongey also scored in support of goaltender Reid Gladman.

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Hunter Dairon scored three times to help the North Kamloops Lions get past Merritt 10-2 at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre on Saturday.

Benjamin Ward and Brandon Gremaud added two goals each, with Lane Grunerud, Nathan Thiessen and Josh Bymoen each scoring once. Adam Harrison had four assists, with Calum Carrigan and Brendan Mucha each getting two. Nathan Nesci got the victory in goal.

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The Jardine's Blazes spent the weekend at a Super Series tournament, going 2-2 in the round-robin.

They lost 4-0 to North Shore Winter Club, beat Calgary 6-4, got past Dallas 7-6 and lost 4-2 to Burnaby Winter Club. That left them in third spot and put them into a semifinal, which they lost 4-3 to North Shore Winter Club on a late power-play goal.

No other details were available.

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The Big-O Tire Eagles edged Team 6 on Saturday.

Tristan Ernst and Justin Howson, with with two, Carl Carter and Evan Wynne scored for the Eagles, who had Teagan Leslie and Jesse Stahl share their goaltending.


The Scotiabank Majors scored a 3-2 victory over the Northern Trailer Oilers at Interior Savings Centre on Saturday.

Kyle McIlwain and Carter Eschyschyn scored for the Oilers, who had Bryan Caillier in goal.

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The Players Bench Raiders were at a tournament in Kelowna over the weekend.

The Raiders opened with a 5-1 loss to the Vancouver Thunderbirds on Friday. Elias Wallace scored for the Thunderbirds, who went with Jarrett Larsen in goal. Justin MacInnes was the Raiders' game MVP.

On Saturday, MacInnes and Evan Vinterlink scored to give the Raiders a 2-1 victory over the Langley Eagles. Ethan Langenegger was in goal and made 11 saves as his mates held a 34-12 edge in shots. Wallace was the game MVP.

In a second Saturday game, Penticton dumped the Raiders, 5-1. Penticton broke a 1-1 tie with three goals within a minute in the third period. Eric Marasco scored the goal, while Jarrett Larsen was in goal. Tyson Gayfer was the game MVP.

That left the Raiders third in their division and put them into a consolation game for fifth place in which they beat the Ridge Meadow Rustlers, 4-1. Cole Howaniec, with two, Breckin Erichuk and Gayfer scored in support of Langenegger. Tyler Bruins-Slot was the game MVP.

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Kamloops Team 1 scored two victories - 5-2 and 4-2 - over the Clearwater Hawks in OMAHA Super League action on the weekend.

Kala Stone and Katy Thorne each scored four times for Kamloops, with Sydney Harris adding a single. Hana Kotani and Monica Maher each had two assists. Alex Harpauer was in goal for both games.

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The Jardine's Blazers dropped an 8-2 decision to POE on Friday and came back to earn a 2-2 tie with Kelowna on Sunday.

Austin McKean and Rob Johnson had the goals against POE, while Spencer Eschyschyn was in goal.
Johnson and Tyler Ward scored against Kelowna, with Eschyschyn again in goal.

The Blazers will spend this weekend at a tournament in Calgary.

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Team 10 from Kamloops - Dirty Brian and the Boys - spent the weekend at the Seafair Icebreaker tournament in Richmond.

Kamloops went 2-0-1 in the round-robin, opening with a victory over host Seafair No. 1. The score wasn't available, but Tyson Johnston had three goals and seven assists. Riley Polacik added four goals and two assists, with Jake Latin scoring three times. Darion Nordick scored twice, while Bryce Paul, the game MVP, and Josh Campbell also scored. Campbell, Brian Rockvam and Liam Befurt each had two assists. Jake Birkland was in goal.

In its second game, Kamloops dumped Victoria, 12-1. Polacik had three goals and four assists, Nordick scored three times and set up two others, Johnston had a goal and three assists, Campbell scored three times and Latin had two goals. Josh Huffman drew four assists. DJ Lapierre was in goal, and Atley Pynten was the game MVP.

In its third game, Kamloops played to a 5-5 tie with Vernon. Latin, the game MVP, and Campbell each scored twice, while Polacik had three assists. Birkland was in goal.

That moved Kamloops into a semifinal where it lost 7-5 to Richmond, which scored its last goal into an empty net. Polacik had two goals and two assists, with Johnston and Latin each scoring once and setting up two others. The name of the other scorer wasn't available. Lapierre and Birkland split the goaltending, while Campbell was the game MVP.

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