Nesters Bantams win two in hockey action

Nesters Bantams won two more games on Oct. 20 and 21.

Nesters Bantams won two more games on Oct. 20 and 21.

The first game was a 9-3 win against Penticton #3. Linden Gove got a hat trick (three goals). Katy Grant and Coby Blystone had a goal and an assist.

Other goal scorers were Dawson Doherty, Dawson Jenner, Spencer Boerboom and Jacob Cerutti.

Goalie Jared Breitkrevz was up against 28 shots on goal. The next day, the team was challenged by South Okanagan in Oliver.

They had a shutout at 4-0. Dawson Handfield got two goals and one assist. Spencer McIntosh got a goal and an assist as well. Kade Kozak got two assists.

Other goal scorers were Linden Gove, and assists went to Dawson Jenner and  Spencer Boerboom. Goalie Jared Breitkreuz faced 21 shots on goal.

The following week Nesters lost 6-1. Spencer Boerboom was the only goal scorer that day.

 

 

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