Summerland Bantam House Jets win twice

The Summerland Bantam House hockey team had a strong start to the season with two wins over the weekend.

The Summerland Bantam House hockey team had a strong start to the season with two wins over the weekend.

The new Jets jerseys proved lucky on Saturday as the Summerland Bantams dominated South Okanagan with an 11-2 win.

Sean Wilson led scoring with four goals. Brett Wilson and Kade Kozak scored two goals each while Will Gray, Dawson Handfield and Cory Berekoff scored one goal each.

Assists went to Steven Sauer, Teaghan Trewhitt, Handfield, Alexandros Tsoycalas, Kozak, Wilson and Berekoff.

Kelowna 7 hosted the Bantam team on Sunday where the Summerland Jets again won handily.

Handfield scored two goals while Trewhitt, Berekoff and Remy Houde had one goal each.

The final score was 5-1 for Summerland.

The next Bantam game is Saturday, Oct. 12 at 11:15 a.m. against Kelowna.


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