Bantam Rep Jets host tournament

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets winter classic hockey tournament hosted teams from all around B.C. and Washington.

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets winter classic hockey tournament hosted teams from all around B.C. and Washington.

On Friday’s game the Jets won 8-1 against Kelowna. Ty Sideroff was named MVP.

On Saturday Summerland played Ridge Meadows and won 4-2. Steven Sauer was the MVP in that game.

Saturday night’s game was a battle to the end for a 4-3 win against Coquitlam. The MVP was Remy Houde.

In the Sunday semi-final game the Jets played Vancouver to a 2-5 loss. Goalie Ben Bowyer was named MVP.

In earlier hockey action, the Bantam Rep Jets  braved the snowstorm to play Kelowna at Memorial Arena.

There was no score right up to the ice clean for these evenly matched teams.

The second half of the game was all action. Kelowna scored the first goal but Houde evened it up unassisted.

Kelowna tried to advance again but Houde got it back on a power play tying it up 2-2 assisted by Steve Sauer and Will Gray.

In the third period Simon Paul scored twice to tip the scales in Summerland’s favour, with assists to Darren Keilty, Quinn Moberg, and Liam Trewhitt.

Trewhitt scored the final goal with 34 seconds left on the clock. Kelowna pulled their goalie but to no avail for a 5-3 win for the Rep Jets.