Good offensive and defensive play along with strong goaltending gave the Summerland House Atom team a 15-3 win over the Westside Warriors.

Atoms pound Westside 15-3

The Summerland Atom House team played against the Westside Warriors on Sunday, Oct. 14 in Summerland.

The Summerland Atom House team played against the Westside Warriors on Sunday, Oct. 14 in Summerland.

This was the team’s second game of the season. They played strong offensively to win the game with a final score  of 15-3.

The  scoring was led by Kai Reid with five goals.

Sarah Paul scored three goals and   Zachary Boerboom scored two goals.

Max Havers, Jack Edwards, Craig Preston, Cameron Budney and Levi Doerksen  all  scored one goal each.

It was an impressive team effort with strong defensive play and great goaltending provided by Ben Lewis and Caitlyn Riddle.

Congratulations to Preston who was awarded the McDonalds Golden Jersey this week for his consistent hard work during the game.

 

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