Gove leads Pee Wee Rep Jets to victory

The Summerland Pee Wee Rep Jets skated to a decisive decision over rival Chase in their season opener.

After a strong pre-season with two wins and one tie, the Summerland Pee Wee Rep Jets skated to a decisive decision over rival Chase in their season opener.

The Jets started strong scoring the first three goals of the game, but the Chase team showed strong determination, clawing their way back to a 3-3 tie.

The game see-sawed back and forth, and after two periods the score was deadlocked at six a piece.

The third period was all Summerland, scoring six unanswered goals for a dominant 12-6 final.

Leading the way was Mitch Gove who had seven goals and two assists, while Liam Trewhitt had a hat trick and two helpers.

Also finding the back of the net were Quinn Ferguson-Moberg, and Darren Keilty.

Adding helpers were Logan Bubar, Rylan Campbell, Ty Sideroff, and Ethan and Caden Brennan.

Andrew Rolston was steady between the pipes for the Jets.

Next action for the Reps is Saturday Oct 5 at 3:30 p.m. when they host the North Okanagan Knights.

 

 

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