The Summerland Jets pre-novice team walloped the Penticton Red team with a score of 10 to 1 in a home ice game on the weekend. Denton Manders was in the net. The team practices hard twice a week. Watch for them at their next game Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. in Summerland.

Pre-novice Jets win 10 to 1

The Summerland Jets pre-novice played at home on Saturday and did a great job against the Penticton Red with a score of 10 to 1.

The Summerland Jets  pre-novice played at home on Saturday and did a great job against the Penticton Red with a score of 10 to 1.

The game started out fast and hard, and once the Jets started to score there was no stopping them.

Brayden Gosselin,  Russel Weatherhead, and Tegan Schuhmacher scored two goals each, Caleb Dykstra  one and Simon Cecconi finished the game up with a hat trick.

Denton Manders was in net.

The Jets come out twice a week and practice hard  and have the passion as much as the big guys.

The team’s next game is Dec. 15  at 1 p.m. in Summerland.

 

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