Sports Briefs: Schriml, Petrie provide growl for Silvertips


Ashton Taylor and Evan Kissack each scored twice to lead the Thunder to a 5-5 draw with the Red Army.

Frankie Bruno also scored for the Thunder, which went with Ryerson Palmer in goal. Carter Streek had two assists.

Reagan Milburn and Matthew Mariona had two goals apiece for the Red Army, whose goaltender was Tyler Trudeau. Brady Pawlachuk also scored, and Austin Krug had two helpers.


Logan Stankoven had five goals and three assists and Elias Newport also scored five times as the Canadians defeated the Warriors 18-3.

Brendan Hunchak had a goal and two assists and Jason Carroll had two goals and two assists in the victory. Tristan Coetzer, Mitchell Coxon, Tea Rugolo, Matthew Coxon and Giueseppe Mazzei had the other Canadians goals.

Alesandro Comita, with two, and Colten Yawney scored the goals for the Warriors.


Temeke Gottfriedson scored three times as the Bulldogs edged the Warriors, 9-7.

Declen Fraser, Colton Woitas, Jacob Mclean, Anthony Guerra, Tye Kitamura and Maxwell Hinkson also scored for the Bulldogs, who had Kyle Woitas in goal.

Adam Surgenor scored three goals for the Warriors, Tyler Rahn scored twice and Dillon Paul and Ben Miller singled in support of goaltender Zachary Carter.


Kiel Schriml and Luke Petrie each recorded hat tricks as the Timbits Silvertips got by the Timbits Ice Warriors 11-6 on Saturday at Valleyview Arena.

It was the first three goals of Schriml's season. Also scoring their first goals were Nate Van Unen and Carter Noble. Petrie added two assists, Tyson Galloway tallied twice and Colton Day singled to round out the scoring. Braidon Clark was in net for the victory.

The Ice Warriors got three goals from Justin Vinterlik. Evan Clark, Zach Kohorst and Max Card also provided offensive support for goaltender Raymond Shockey. Jacob Taylor and Kaden Giles each had two assists.

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Liam Edstrom had two goals to lead the Sandman Ice Hawks to a 7-7 draw with the Sandman Thunder.

Benjamin Pearse, Rhys Blundell, Dreyden Cloutier, Jamie Daniels and Austin Burke also scored for the Ice Hawks.

Jameson Rende, with two, Jonathon Rinaldi, Jacob Patton, Michael Hutchison, Alex Wright and Jarret Mirtle scored for the Thunder.

Sheldon Gerlib, for the Thunder, and Ethan Hardy, for the Ice Hawks, were the goaltenders.


Devon Tournour scored three times to lead the Sharks past the Cobras 10-4 in weekend atom recreational action at Memorial Arena. It was the regular-season finale for both teams.

Jordan Swoboda, with two, Yvonne Manwaring, Tye Lawrence, Jackson Fitzgerald, Dakota Reid and Stuart Hollander also scored for the Sharks, hwo had Matthew Yon in goal.

The Cobras got two goals from each of Tyler Fernie and Matthew Nixon.


Becky Ramgren had three goals and Brandon Gremaud and Joshua Bishop had two apiece as the Kougars defeated the Fire Hawks, 11-4.

Gremaud also had two assists, and Riley Demchuk, Kyllan Thibault, Caleb Jeffrey and Arlo Thompson also scored in support of goaltender Summit Krause. Jeffrey also had two assists.

Garrett Grubisa, with two, Cohen Freeze and Colton Davoren, who also had two assists, scored for the Fire Hawks, who had A.J. McInnis in goal.


Ben Prokopetz scored twice and Landon Kinney, Jacob Haines, Chad Caller and Jordan Zienowicz singled to lead the Warriors to a 6-4 victory over the Kodiaks.

Sheehan Tobler was the winning goaltender.

Luc Ryan, Nolan Virgo, Michael Love and Nolan Austin scored for the Kodiaks, who had Jarrod Flodstrom in goal.


A.J. McInnis had three goals, Braeden Crowe and Colton Davoren each scored twice and Hunter Coleman singled as the Fire Hawks beat the Yellowjackets, 8-5.

Ryan Clark was the winning goaltender.

Carson Desmarais scored twice in the loss, Zach Bachand, Colton Despot and Benjamin Smith also scored and Jordan Mungatto took the goaltending loss.


Brandon Gremaud scored three goals as the Kougars dumped the Ice Hawks 8-6 in a playoff game.

Foster Wynne, with two, Tristan Hunt, Joshua Bishop and Jackson Diehl also scored for the Kougars, who had Summit Krause in goal.

The Iced Hawks, who had Dreyden Cloutier in goal, got two goals from each of Rhys Blundell and Braeden Bartlett, with singles coming from Ben Pearse and Coner Dafoe.

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Garrett Kellington had three goals and Carter Eschyschyn had two goals and two helpers as the North Kamloops Lions defeated the Salmon Arm Silverbacks, 12-1.

Breckin Erichuk and Evan Vinterlik also scored twice, and Justin MacInnes, Hayden Smale and Hunter Dairon each scored once. Dairon also had two assists and Ethan Langenegger backstopped the Lions to victory.


The Tk'emlups Wolves, with Jarrett Larson in goal, concluded their regular season by playing to a 2-2 tie with the host Vernon Predators on Sunday night.

Brendan Roche scored early in the first period to give the Wolves a 1-0 lead. Vernon tied it in the second and then took the lead with 14 minutes left in the third.

Seiji Brown pulled the Wolves back into a tie with about five minutes left in the third period.

The Wolves finished second, at 12-2-2, and will open the playoffs against the Westside Warriors this weekend.

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Josh Van Unen scored three times to lead the Western Roofing Spitfires past the host Salmon Arm Silvertips 7-2 in OMAHA play on Sunday.

Harrison Ewert added a goal and three assists for the Spitfires, who led 5-0 after the first period. Noah Bradley, Cole Howaniec and Reed Watson each singled to round out the scoring. Bailey Monteith earned the goaltending victory.

The Spitfires travel to Vernon on Saturday, and then Western Roofing and Salmon Arm will play a rematch Sunday at Brock Arena. Game time is 12:15 p.m.


The Kamloops Royal Purple Mystixs peewee Tier 1 girls lost a pair of OMAHA Atom Development games.

Kamloops lost 2-0 to first-place Kelowna on Saturday, before falling 3-2 to Vernon on Sunday. Jaymie MacKenzie and Anna Morrish scored the goals.

The Scotiabank Titans split a pair of league games on the weekend, beating the Jets 8-4 on Friday and losing 11-0 in Kelowna on Sunday.

Connor Milburn, with four, Luke Bateman, Ben Ward, Brendan Kirschner and Will Alberts scored for the Titans on Friday as Adam Niles got the goaltending victory. The Jets got two goals from Carter Adams and singles from Adam Harrison and Corson Nordick.

On Sunday, Justin Mitchell and Niles shared the Titans' goaltending chores.

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Zach Berrevoets and Gabe Bedard provided winning goaltending and Preston Guerra had five goals to lead the Southgate Radiator Blue Frost to an 8-5 victory over the Blades.

Tristan Ernst, Mark Takeuchi and Tyler Standen also scored in the victory.

Dawson Reid, Connor Humphrey, Pierce Huser, Calum Carrigan and Tyson Koehl scored for the Blades, and Jacob Pilon had two assists. Ethan Herndier was in goal for the loss.


The Jets beat the Scotiabank Predators 5-4 on Saturday at Interior Savings Centre.

The Jets, who had Gabe Bedard in goal, got their goals from Christopher Penner, Karnveer Mahal, Joshua Jensen, Slater Gordon and Joshua Harris.

Ryland Nakashima, with three, and Cordell Davidson replied for the Predators, who split their goaltending duties between Colin Clark and Tyson Dmyterko.

On Sunday at Valleyview Arena, the Predators got past the Havoc, 5-3.

Nakashima, with two, Brayden Flodstrom, Lee McKinnon and Davidson had the Predators' goals, with Clark and Dmyterko again sharing the goaltending duties.

Landon Wamboldt, with two, and Jayden Davidson scored for the Havoc, which went with Kaleb Virgo in goal.


The Fury finished second in a tournament in Penticton on the weekend.

The Fury opened play Friday with a 9-3 victory over Penticton Team 3.

On Saturday morning, the Fury beat Chilliwack, 7-1. Later in the day, the Fury lost 7-6 to Coquitlam.

In a Sunday semifinal, the Fury upset the undefeated Penticton Team 2, 6-3.

In the final, Langley beat the Fury, 7-6.

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Kamloops lost 2-1 to Kelowna, despite the goaltending of Alex Harpauer.

Kala Stone scored the goal.

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The North Kamloops Elks won their last two regular-season games, beating Westside 5-2 on Saturday and POE 12-4 on Sunday.

Adam Hildebrand, Brendan Law, Eric Heichert, Colton Griffith and Stuart Beckett scored against Westside, with Jake Latin, Monty Chisholm and Dustin Vasil all each getting two assists. Nolan Munden was in goal.

On Sunday, Vasil led the way with four goals and two helpers, with Eric Heichert and Cole Clifford each scoring twice and getting two assists. Nick Kostachuk, Latin, Eric Nachtigal and Griffith added a goal apiece. Chisholm had three assists. Riley Woodland was in the Kamloops goal.

The Elks will face host Kelowna in the first round of playoffs starting Saturday.

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The HERicanes skated to a 3-1 victory over the Kelowna Killer Penguins on Saturday at Valleyview Arena.

Heather Russell was in goal for the winners, whose goals came from Nola Clarke, Gaby Palson-Chamberlain and Mackenzie Gottfriedson.

The visitors got their goal from Chantelle Delaurier. They had Sydney Hamilton in goal.

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The North Kamloops Lions and South Okanagan played to a 2-2 tie on Saturday in Osoyoos.

Dario Piva and Kyle Hutton scored for the Lions, who had a 42-14 edge in shots. Bryce MacDonald had two assists. Caelen Holling was in goal.

On Sunday, the Lions dumped host Penticton, 7-0, as Matt Hicketts earned the shutout. MacDonald, with two, Zack Birkett, Josh Huffman, Darion Nordick, Tonny Dennis and Felix Nachtigal had the goals. Nachtigal and Piva each added two assists.

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The Jardine's Blazers split a weekend doubleheader with Kelowna, winning the opener 6-5 and then dropping a 4-2 decision.

Mike Van Unen, Brendan Semchuk and Ryan Chyzowski had two goals each in the victory, with Rylan Van Unen adding two assists. Reid Gladman was in goal.

In the second game, Chyzowski and Van Unen had the goals, while Max Palaga was in goal.

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