Bantams compete in Osoyoos tourney

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, attended a tournament in Osoyoos.

The Summerland Bantam Rep Jets, sponsored by the Summerland Dental Centre, attended a tournament in Osoyoos.

On Friday, Oct. 31, Summerland lost to Spokane 3-6.

Mitchell Gove scored twice and Will Gray scored once.

In the next game against Semiahmoo, Ty Sideroff scored in the second for a final score 1-5.

On Nov. 1, in their game against South Okanagan, Summerland ruled shots on net but came away with a 0-5 loss. Jason Scherban was named MVP in that game.

Summerland rallied in their game against Coquitlam.

The first goal of the game went to Remy Houde.

Darren Keilty quickly made it 2-1.

Mitchell Gove scored the third goal and Carter Tower finished the day with a fourth, for a final score of 4-5.

Keilty was named MVP.

On Nov. 2, Summerland played an evenly-matched Coquitlam.

Scoring in the first period were Gove and Houde.

Steven Sauer tied it up in the second period.

Houde scored again to pull them into the lead but Coquitlam quickly tied it up again.

With 40 seconds left on the clock in the third, Gove deked them out for a 5-4 win.

Sauer was named MVP in that game.

 

 

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