Bantam House Jets face Kelowna and Penticton

The Summerland Bantam House hockey team faced Kelowna Oct. 19 but Kelowna had to forfeit.

The Summerland Bantam House hockey team faced Kelowna Oct. 19 but Kelowna had to forfeit.

Summerland goalie Pierre Holmes stepped into net for the other team so the game could still be played for fun.

It was an even matchup, made even more exciting in the third period when Karter Wilms swooped in behind Summerland goalie Austin Bubar to help save a goal.

Friday night action saw Summerland pitted against Penticton 1.

The Jets came out strong in the first period but Penticton got the upper hand until Sean Wilson scored assisted by Gage McKelvie and Remy Houde.

Brett Wilson scored in the second period unassisted and in the same period Sean Wilson scored unassisted.

Fast paced action continued into the third when Penticton tied it up and finished with a 3-3 tie game.

The Bantam team’s next games are at home Nov. 2 and 3.

 

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