Pee Wee House Jets notice improvement

After two strong exhibition games, the Safari Water Treatment Pee Wee House Jets have resumed regular league play greatly improved.

After two strong exhibition games during the Christmas break, the Safari Water Treatment Pee Wee House Jets have resumed regular league play greatly improved from the fall.

On Jan. 6, the Jets faced a very skilled team from Penticton. The visitors were up three goals in the first period when Liam Hrncirik, assisted by Justin Singh, scored with just one second left in the period.

Penticton went on to score another three in second period. With five minutes left, Tristan Preston put one past the Penticton net minder. Penticton replied with seconds left in the period.

The Jets poured it on in third period, scoring five more goals while limiting Penticton to three.

Hrnicirik opened the third period scoring with Preston picking up three more goals, one assisted by Brendan McWatters.

Declan Riddle scored the middle goal of the period, one timing it on a beautiful pass from the corner by Riley Haist.

Goaltenders Caylan Nault and Ben Bowyer stopped many shots from the powerful Penticton offence.

Penticton won the match 10-7.