Bantam Reps earn one win, one loss

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, played Revelstoke twice this weekend on home ice.

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, played Revelstoke twice this weekend on home ice.

The Jets dominated in the first period on Saturday but Revelstoke slipped the first goal in.

Steven Sauer fired one in from the blue line to score the only goal before the ice clean, assists to Mitchell Gove and Darren Keilty.

In the second period, the Jets were short handed with Jacob Acheson in the box, but Gove scored unassisted.

Then in the third Remy Houde scored assisted by Jacob Acheson for a loss of 3-7.

On Sunday, goalie Ben Bowyer borrowed some lucky orange pads that seemed to distract the other team.

Remy Houde scored the first goal unassisted.

In the second, Gove blazed ahead of Revelstoke’s defence, unassisted, to tie the score up.

After the ice clean Gove scored two quick ones to pull ahead, the third goal assist to Quinn Moberg, and the fourth unassisted.

The final score for the win was 4-3 for Summerland.

 

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