JOHN ARENDT                                HOCKEY ACTION                                The Summerland Steam defeated the Princeton Posse on home ice on Saturday. The Steam remain in the top spot in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference: Okanagan Division in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

JOHN ARENDT HOCKEY ACTION The Summerland Steam defeated the Princeton Posse on home ice on Saturday. The Steam remain in the top spot in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference: Okanagan Division in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

Steam play to one win, one loss

The Summerland Steam faced Chase and Princeton in Junior B hockey action

The Summerland Steam played two Junior B hockey games on the weekend, ending with one loss and one win.

Chase 4

Summerland 1

On Friday, the Steam travelled to Chase to face the Heat in a 4-2 loss.

Summerland took the lead in the first period with a goal by Cairo Rogers at 5:04. Samuel Gabriel and Noah Kalichuk assisted.

In the second period, Chase rebounded with two goals, the first scored shorthanded.

The Heat added two more goals in the third period.

The last Steam goal came at 8:58 by Ethan Grover. Lucas Jirousek had the assist.

Summerland 5

Princeton 2

On Saturday, the Steam hosted the Princeton Posse, playing to a 5-2 win.

The Posse took an early lead with a goal at 17:59, but the Steam responded at 8:38 with a goal by Grover, assisted by Scherger and Wyatt Kelly.

In the second period, Brogan Lautard scored at 10:00, putting the Steam into the lead. Simon Snyman assisted.

At 8:28, Scott Robinson added a goal for the Steam, assisted by Ty Banser.

The Posse scored a shorthanded goal with 25 seconds remaining in the period.

In the third period, Scherger scored for the Steam at 6:36, assisted by Sam Jones.

The final goal for the Steam came at 3:26, when Riley Smoler scored, assisted by Scherger and Ryan Allen.

The Steam have a record of 16 wins and six losses in regular season play this year.

The next action for the Steam will be on Saturday, Nov. 25, when they host the Kelowna Chiefs. The game begins at 7:30 p.m.

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