The Summerland Jets PeeWee rep. team won the Cooper’s Challenge Tournament Cup in Revelstoke earlier this month.

Summerland hockey team wins Cooper’s Challenge in Revelstoke

The Summerland Jets PeeWee rep. team won the Cooper’s Challenge Tournament Cup in Revelstoke on the weekend of Nov. 4to 6.

The Summerland Jets PeeWee rep. team won the Cooper’s Challenge Tournament Cup in Revelstoke on the weekend of Nov. 4to 6.

The Jets won their first game against Springbank on Friday in a 14-1 decision.

Atticus Young was the MVP in that game.

Sydney St. Hilaire was recognized for heart and hustle.

On Saturday, the Jets defeated Cranbrook in a 6-5 game.

Elija Dueck was named the MVP in that game.

Brody Furgala-Prevatt was recognized for heart and hustle.

Summerland lost to Revelstoke later on Saturday in a 6-5 decision.

Fredo Monaghan was named MVP and Jacob Becker received heart and hustle recognition.

On Sunday, in the semifinals, Summerland defeated Revelstoke 10-6.

Dueck was named MVP while Evan Gupta was honoured for heart and hustle.

The final game, on Sunday, was a 5-3 win over Cranbrook.

Noah Russill was the game MVP and St. Hilaire was recognized for heart and hustle.

 

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