Summerland Steam scalds Columbia Valley

Summerland steam scalded the Columbia Valley Rockies in an 11 to 0 game Saturday in Invermere.

Summerland steam scalded the Columbia Valley Rockies in an 11 to 0 game Saturday in Invermere.

The first period saw a goal by Doug Chadwick with assists from Rylan Sideroff and Piers Egan, and a goal on a power play by Dylan Burton with assists from Derek Grimm and Olli Dickson.

Most of the goals were scored in the second period, starting with an unassisted goal by Steve Semenoff. He scored again with assists by Brock McDonald and Josh DaCosta. The next three goals were scored by Dylan Burton, with assists from Derek Grimm and Easton Bodeux, Sam Barker and Olli Dickson, and Brett Rhine and Easton Bodeux. Final goal of that second period was scored by Sam Barker with assists from Olli Dickson and Derek Grimm.

Rylan Sideroff scored in the third period, with an assist from Nelson Hurry. Finally Brett Harris put one in the net with assists from Dylan Burton and Easton Bodeux.

All three stars were awarded to Summerland players: goalie Connor DeMelo first star; Dylan Burton, second star; and Steve Semenoff, third star.

Shots on goal for Summerland Steam were 10 in the first period, 14 in the second and seven in the third for a total of 31. Summerland had four for 14 power plays.

 

 

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