Midgets earn win and tie

The Nesters Midget Recreation Jets played a pair of games on the weekend.

The Nesters Midget Recreation Jets split the weekend games.

On Saturday at home against Westside, the Midget team was down by one at the end. Brianna Miller was in net. Goal scorers were Joelle Smith and Gunnar Clark, while Kael Clay nabbed two goals after a quiet second. Assists were from Brent Hansen, Brady Clark and Kael Clay.

Sunday’s game against Penticton had the Jets getting three goals in the first period Brady Clark scored twice and Gunnar Clark scored once.

Penticton stormed back to lead by one in the second.  In the third, Brady Clark scored two unassisted goals after two more were scored by Penticton. With less than two minutes left Kael Clay got the tying goal to make the final score 6-6. Assists were from Evan Sorensen, Nicole Smith, Shanna Sieben, Kael Clay, Denver Maddock and Spencer Miller.

 

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