The $500 first prize winner in the Summerland Midget Jets Hockey Club Nesters Raffle was Linda Hoshizaki. She then donated half of her winnings to the local food bank. Second prize of $300 went to Dale and Karen Hooper while the third prize of $200 went to J. Martins. Nesters Market is the team sponsor of the Midget Jets. In addition to the raffle

Midget Jets in tie for first place spot

The Summerland Midget Jets Hockey Club is having a very successful year, only losing two league games so far this year.

The Summerland Midget Jets Hockey Club is having a very successful year, only losing two league games so far this year and is currently tied for first place in the Okanagan Mainline minor hockey league.

The team has also had several players affiliated with junior teams.

Jarred Breitkreuz, a junior, is an AP player with the Summerland Steam and Seth Morgan, a senior, is an AP player with the Osoyoos Coyotes. Dawson Jenner and Linden Gove, both juniors, are AP players with the Coyotes.

This year has been an excellent development year for this hockey club.

Come out and see some of the future Summerland players as they try to win a division championship and earn the right to represent the Okanagan Mainline at the B.C. Provincials this year.

The next home game is on  Jan, 17 as the team hosts the West Kelowna Warriors in the first of an important home and home series.

 

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