Max Stewart of the Bannister GM Inferno takes a slapshot in front of Ephren-Potter of the Butcher Boys Rebels in Pee Wee Super Hockey League play Sunday.

Max Stewart of the Bannister GM Inferno takes a slapshot in front of Ephren-Potter of the Butcher Boys Rebels in Pee Wee Super Hockey League play Sunday.

Harison pushes] Lions past Bruins

Landen Harison pocketed four goals as Interior Savings Lions grounded the Winfield Bruins 10-5 in Bantam Super Hockey League play

Morning Star Staff

Landen Harison pocketed four goals as the Interior Savings Lions grounded the Winfield Bruins 10-5 in Bantam Super Hockey League play Sunday at Civic Arena.

The Lions busted a 2-2 game with five unanswered goals in the second period.

Tage Kineshanko, with three goals, Zach Manthorpe, Elias Wery and Wyatt Gatzke completed the offence. Kineshanko got his hatty after a series of great passing from Ryan Vandesande and Harison late in the third. Jared Ross made several great saves.

Meanwhile, the Butcher Boys Rebels (7-0-1) vaulted atop the Pee Wee Super League.

A five-point outburst by Ronan Bedard (2+3) propelled the Rebels to a 9-2 thumping of the Winfield Bruins Saturday at PV Arena.

Ephren Potter-Cramer (2+2) was the catalyst on the first goal, intercepting the puck in the Bruin end and locating Bedard at the back door.  Next, Kayden Bowering forced a turnover and fed point man Gabe Jones, who buried a half-clapper.

Potter-Cramer soon pumped in another. Kobe Marchand followed by banging in the Rebels’ fourth, after Tyler Hamilton neatly redirected Quinn Soon’s pass cross-crease.

Winfield claimed the middle frame’s lone goal.  The Rebels rang up five more in the third.  Potter-Cramer and Morgan Martens dented mesh with heavy shots, Bedard slipped one in from behind the net and Dawson Twamley bagged a pair.

On Sunday the Rebels quelled the Bannister GM Inferno 5-3 at Civic Arena. Six minutes in, Twamley  slid home the first goal. Later, Bowering sent Marchand in for a shot on the fly, and Hamilton stuffed in the loose puck.

The Rebels went up 3-0 in the second, as Connor Cecchini held the puck in at the Inferno line and fired on net. Potter-Cramer swooped in and roofed the rebound. The Inferno got two quick goals by Ben Straight and Chris Bond.

The winning goal, eight minutes into the third, saw Twamley juke through an Inferno gauntlet before going top corner.

The Rebels added insurance as Bedard tipped in a slap pass from Soon.

Maddox Fremont counted a late shorthanded goal, set up smartly by Bond.

In Novice play, the Lumby Gorman Bros. Stars shaded the Vernon Tim Hortons Snipers 7-6 and fell 8-6 to Winfield.

Kobe Maltman (4) and Caden Oliver (2) sparked the Stars past the Snipers, while Maltman (3), Oliver (2) and Matthew Leach counted goals against Winfield.





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