Steam defeat Posse in 3-2 decision

The Summerland Steam earned a home ice win over the Princeton Posse on Friday evening.

The Summerland Steam earned a 3-2 win over the Princeton Posse at home on Friday evening.

Summerland opened scoring with a goal by Jeremy Hite at 16:45. Mathew Alcorn had the assist.

The second period was scoreless.

In the third period, Tristyn Olson scored for the Posse at 19:19, assisted by Drew Carter.

Summerland responded with a power play goal at 17:03. Michael MacLean scored, assisted by Konsta Jaske and Brogan Lautard.

Josh Pilon then added a goal for the Steam at 15:37, assisted by Steven Flust.

Princeton added a goal with 51 seconds remaining when Owen Reith scored, assisted by Drew Carter.

The next action for the Steam is on Saturday, Oct. 15 when the team will face the Grizzlies in Revelstoke. The game, at the Revelstoke Forum, begins at 7 p.m.

The next home game for the Steam is on Oct. 29, against the North Okanagan Knights. That game begins at 7:30 p.m.

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