Bantam Jets win two, lose two

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, travelled to a Merritt tournament for 2-2 split wins to losses.

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, travelled to a Merritt tournament for 2-2 split wins to losses.

Friday’s game against 100 Mile House was a shut-out for goalie Ben Bowyer.

Liam Trewhitt scored the first goal with assist from Alexandros Tsoycalas.

Additional goals were scored by Will Gray, Remy Houde, two in a row for Mereno Coco, another for Houde and finally Steven Sauer for a 7-0 win. Assists went to Houde, Darren Keilty, and Sauer.

MVP went to Houde.

On Saturday against Everett, Houde scored the first goal and Jacob Acheson scored the second. Both assists went to Sauer.

MVP for the 2-6 loss went to Jacob Acheson.

An exciting 10 minutes of scoring started off the second game of the day.

Jason Scherban fired one in unassisted for a 1-0 lead.

Second, third and fourth goals went to Acheson, Keilty and Acheson again. Assists to Trewhitt, Will Gray, Houde.

Acheson scored the fifth goal for his first hat-trick with the Jets, assisted by Sauer and Carter Tower.

Mereno Coco tied it up in the third period with a little help from Scherban and Tower.

MVP for the 6-9 loss was Mereno Coco.

In the final game on Sunday against 100 Mile House, the first goal went to Trewhitt with the assist from Scherban.

The second and third goals went to Gray.

Then the fourth fifth and sixth goals went to Trewhitt for a nice hat-trick.

Coco made it 7-1 assisted by Tower.

After the first period the Jets switched it up for a bit of fun and had forwards play defence and defencemen play forward to give them a chance to get on the scoresheet.

And score they did! Simon Paul scored unassisted, Tsoycalas had assists from Quinn Moberg and Coco. Acheson had some help from Scherban.

Julia Cook got her first goal of the season also assisted by Scherban.

In the third period, Carter Tower fired one in with assist to Paul and Sauer scored twice in quick succession with both assists to Ty Sideroff for a 14-2 win.

 

MVP was Julia Cook.

 

 

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