The Summerland McDonalds Atom House team was busy this past weekend with two games. They beat West Kelowna but lost to Penticton.

McDonald’s Atoms House working hard on the ice

The Summerland McDonald’s Atom House team was busy this past weekend with two games.

The Summerland McDonald’s Atom House team was busy this past weekend with two games.

For Saturday’s game against West Kelowna, in spite of a strong effort capped by two goals from Zachary Boerboom, two by Craig Preston and one by Sarah Paul, the team found themselves in a hole down seven goals to five at the end of the second period.

Backed by strong defending they roared back in the third period to score seven goals and take the victory 12 to eight.

Kai Reid led the attack with four goals in the third period, while Zachary Boerboom, Levi Doerksen and Cameron Budney added a goal each.

On Sunday the Atom House team faced strong opposition from Penticton, losing 12 to two.

The team tried their best but were limited to single goals by Zach Boerboom and Brett Cerutti.

Seth Doan was awarded the McDonald’s Golden Jersey for his hard work during Sunday’s game.

A big thank you goes to the Atom House sponsor for new jerseys and socks and a thank you goes to the coaches: Chris Pagliocchini, Darren McWatters and Clayton Budney.



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