Krause powers Stars with 10 points

Tye Krause pulled a Darryl Sittler with 6+4 as the Lumby Stars grounded Vernon Stevenson Mechanical 18-7

Tye Krause pulled a Darryl Sittler with 6+4 as the Lumby Stars grounded Vernon Stevenson Mechanical 18-7 in North Okanagan Pee Wee Super Hockey League play Saturday at Pat Duke Memorial Arena.

The Stars, who carry sponsorship from  Bannister GM and Great West Equipment, got five goals from Linden Catt, while Ryder Quibell earned 3+1 Zachary Young posted 2+5 and Peter Romailler scored twice.

Quintin O’Neill pocketed three helpers and Domenik Porteous two.

Krause provided 3+1 as the Stars stopped Salmon Arm Salmar Classics 10-2 Sunday at the Shaw Centre.

Catt, Young and Quibell added two goals each, while Romailler blasted one in from the point. Great defensive play came from Kaleb Pachal, Mia Maltman and Andrew Rannelli.


Rookie Anthony Pratt brought his A game and Parker Stadnyk earned both wins in net.



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