Coyotes dominate North Okanagan

Osoyoos Coyotes dumped the North Okanagan Knights 8-3 in KIJHL action Friday in Armstrong

Six unanswered goals over the first two periods lifted the league-leading Osoyoos Coyotes to an 8-3 win over the North Okanagan Knights in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League play Friday night at Nor-Val Sports Centre.

The Knights entertain the Sicamous Eagles in a 3 p.m. matinee today.

After Logan Geefs tied the game 1-1 for the Knights on a first-period power play, Osoyoos (23-4-0-0-1) took the lead for good with eight minutes left in the opening frame, then rattled off five more scores in the second period for a 7-1 cushion.

Geefs, with his team-leading 11th, and Jordan Passmore, with his 10th, scored power play markers in the third for North Okanagan (4-21-1-0-2).

 

 

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