Catt jumpstarts Lumby win

Linden Catt supplied 3+1 as the Lumby Stars ambushed the Salmar Classic Titans 9-1 in North Okanagan Pee Wee Super Hockey League play

Morning Star Staff

Linden Catt supplied 3+1 as the Lumby Stars ambushed the Salmar Classic Titans 9-1 in North Okanagan Pee Wee Super Hockey League play Saturday at the Shaw Centre in Salmon Arm.

Ryder Quibell and Quintin O’Neill, with deuces, Tye Krause, with 1+2 and Peter Romailler, on a  blast from the point, handled the Lumby scoring. Affiliate Bryden Murray and Zachary Young provided two helpers apiece.

Great defensive play came from call-up Faith Seehaver, Andrew Rannelli, and Mia Maltman.

The host Winfield Bruins surprised the Bantam Super League-leading Interior Savings Lions 6-5 Saturday.

The Bruins went up 3-0 before Tage Kineshanko scored from Landen Harison midway through the second period.

Aidan Rivard, from Kineshanko, made it 4-2 before Winfield added two snipes for a 6-2 lead.

Elias Wery went end to end for the first of three unanswered Vernon goals. Less than a minute later, Kineshanko connected after a series of great passing from Ryan Vandesande and Harison.

Wery added another, assisted by Kineshanko and the Lions pulled netminder Jared Ross for an extra attacker and pressed hard for the equalizer.

Derek Pereboom, Easton Rayner, Sapian Joe, Zach Manthorne and Wyatt Gatzke helped maintain clutch offensive pressure, while Keenon Jeberg and Tanner Buekert were solid on defence.

Pee Wee Super League-leading Butcher Boys Rebels blasted Salmon Arm Fix Auto Warriors 6-2 Saturday night at Kal Tire Place.

Taking the puck behind his own net, Ephren Potter-Cramer lugged it long distance, before netting Vernon’s first shot. Tied after one, Rebel Quinn Soon kicked into hyperdrive early in the second, and flipped home the go-ahead goal.  On a counterattack, the Warriors deflected one on net, but Jakob Aeichele coolly repelled the puck with his left pad and snapped up the second chance with his trapper.

Paige Brayshaw and Connor Cecchini then connected with Reilly Teager, who cut in from the right side and picked the far post. Teager scored on a deflection after a feed from Ronan Bedard, while Teager posted his natural hat trick by taking a touch pass from Bedard deep in the Warrior end, swerving in front and going five-hole.  Potter-Cramer went top cheddar for the final snipe, from Morgan Martens and Cole Grevatt.

Call-up Landen Harison scored 3:08 into the second period as the Vernon Authentic Trophy Snakes iced host Salmon Arm Lakeside Printing Sting 3-0 in Midget action Saturday night.

Tyler Semeniuk and Riley Bos also scored in support of Jacob Holland, who was like a third d-man with great stretch passes.

Rowan Wood had 2+3 and Jaden Steinke 1+3 as the Talon Benefits Thrashers toppled the Sting 7-5 Sunday night at Civic.