Summerland Midget Reps lose to Winfield

On Oct. 13, the Nesters Summerland Midget Reps took on Winfield in a fast paced, hard hitting match.

On Oct. 13, the Nesters Summerland Midget Reps took on Winfield in a fast paced, hard hitting match.

Summerland scored 55 seconds into the first on a goal by Spencer Miller, assisted by Jacob Lusted and Dakota Deane.

Winfield evened up the score at 13:38 of the first and later went ahead 3-1. Summerland came back to tie it at 3 when Lusted scored from Miller and Jordan Johnson and Austin from Aiden Mcklusky to end the first.

Summerland came out in the second to go ahead 4-3 when Lusted netted his second goal of the afternoon then Winfield answered back three times to put them ahead after the second 6-4.

In the third period at 15:22 Lusted netted his hat trick with some great passing from Seth Morgan and Spencer Miller.

Once again Winfield answered back but Summerland kept clawing back when Jordan Johnson put them within one with 4:17 left in the third.

Summerland hit the post at the end, resulting in a 7-6 decision for Winfield.

Nesters Summerland Jets have the week to get ready for a big weekend of action as they will be hosting the Sam Hanon Tier 3 Midget Rep home tournament Oct. 18 to 20.


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