Bantam Reps earn silver

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets played five games in Revelstoke this past weekend and brought home the silver tournament cup.

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, played five games in Revelstoke this past weekend and brought home the silver tournament cup.

In Friday’s game against Kamloops, the first goal went to Jacob Acheson from Liam Trewhitt. Steven Sauer scored next, assisted by Julia Cook and Trewhitt.

Then Mitchell Gove scored twice, once with assist to Alexandros Tsoycalas and then unassisted.

Third period goals went to Remy Houde unassisted, Gove unassisted for a hat trick, Houde, and Darren Keilty.

The final score was 8-2 against the league front runners. Gove was named MVP.

On Saturday Summerland suffered a 3-5 loss against Cochrane.

Jason Scherban scored twice and Ty Sideroff scored once.

Sideroff was named MVP.

The second game of the day against Invermere was a 6-4 win. Mitchell Gove scored twice, Jacob Acheson scored three, and Simon Paul scored one. MVP went to goalie Ben Bowyer.

The Sunday morning semi-final game against Vernon was an 8-4 win.

Houde scored twice, Acheson scored twice and Gove, Sauer, Trewhitt, and Mereno Coco had one goal each. Coco was named game MVP.

In the final game against Revelstoke the Jets battled for gold.

Will Gray scored once, Gove scored twice and Houde and Simon Paul each scored once.

In the dying seconds the Jets shot and hit the post but were denied in the evenly matched contest.

The final score was a 5-6 for the Jets, earning the team silver.

Paul was named game MVP.

 

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