Bantam Jets face Rutland, Kamloops

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, played in Rutland and Kamloops on the weekend.

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, were hosted by Rutland on Friday.

Summerland dominated shots on net in the first period.

The first goal went to Liam Trewhitt assisted by Remy Houde.

Then Remy Houde made the second goal unassisted. In the second period, Houde had a sweet breakaway and scored again with assist to Steven Sauer.

As soon as play resumed, defenceman Simon Paul slammed it in unassisted for a 4-2 lead.

The third period saw some five on three action, that was neatly shut down by Sauer.

Carter Tower scored the final goal of the game unassisted for a 5-2 win.

Summerland Jets travelled to Kamloops on Sunday and suffered their first loss of the season.

Jason Scherban scored the first goal unassisted.

Tower scored unassisted and Jason grabbed a second goal with assist to Mereno Coco.

Summerland went into the second period down one goal and, with waning spirits quickly lost ground.

Goalie Ben Bowyer blocked 22 shots on net but Kamloops gained a five point lead.

The Jets came out strong in the third with Sauer streaking off the bench to score from the blue line.

The fifth and sixth goals went to Will Gray and Darren Keilty, respectively.

The final score was 15-6.

 

 

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