Bantam House Jets defeat West Kelowna

The Summerland Bantam House hockey team took on West Kelowna Saturday night.

The Summerland Bantam House hockey team took on West Kelowna Saturday night.

The Warriors set out to win at Jim Lind arena with two goals in the first but Summerland turned the tables on West Kelowna in the second period.

Sean Wilson scored assisted by Kade Kozak, then Will Gray evened up the score assisted by Teaghan Trewhitt.

Summerland pulled ahead with the third goal scored by Brett Wilson assisted by Kade Kozak. The battle heated up in the third period with multiple penalties on either side.

During one power play Summerland’s Brett Wilson fired it in from the blue line to score, and Remy Houde shone with two goals unassisted.

Saturday’s 6-3 win was their best effort of the season so far. Next home game is Nov 23.

 

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