Bantam House Jets earn win against West Kelowna team

The Summerland Bantam House Jets hockey team played their last regular season game this weekend against West Kelowna.

The Summerland Bantam House Jets hockey team played their last regular season game this weekend against West Kelowna.

Sean Wilson scored the first and only goal of the first period.

West Kelowna fought back in the second period and scored goal for goal until it was 3-2 in favour of Summerland.

Wilson scored again and Dawson Handfield snuck one in, assisted by Steven Sauer.

The third period opened with a first minute goal by Will Gray, assisted by Teaghan Trewhitt.

In the final half of the third, Kade Kozak fired one in, assisted by Remy Houde.

West Kelowna battled until the bitter end and pulled their goalie for a six on three battle but couldn’t get past Summerland goaltender Austin Bubar.

The final score was 5-3 for Summerland.

The Bantams head into the playoffs in third place with 11 wins.


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