North Okanagan Novice Legends rolling

Second tournament victory in a row, end regular season with lopsided shutout win

North Okanagan Storage For Your Life Novice Legends unlocked a locker full of goals in their final minor lacrosse regular season game.

Wyatt Stowards scored four times and added three assists as the Legends whipped Penticton Heat 14-0. Boston Ciccone added 3+2, Brennen Hart 2+1, Connor Johnson 1+2 and Taylor Gibson 1+1 to support Shaymus Waterstreet’s shutout in the North Okanagan net. Single goals went to Lucas Sievert, Daniel Cowden and Jesse Johnson.

The Legends were still on a high from winning their second tournament in as many weekends the week before, capturing gold at their own Rock The House tournament at the Nor-Val Sports Centre in Armstrong.

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The storage crew beat the Kelowna Kodiaks 7-1 in the final to finish the tournament undefeated.

Stowards had three goals for the winners while singles went to Connor Johnson, Jesse Johnson, Ciccone and Nash Renfrew.


North Okanagan Legends had a tie and three losses as host of their Rock The House tournament.

North OK opened with an 11-0 loss to Kamloops, but bounced back to pick up a 9-9 tie the next day against Mission. Kohen Pounder had 2+2 while Kian Yargeau and Kohl Hendrickson also scored twice for the Legends. Single goals went to Waylon Stowards, Alex Hart and Griffin Mill to back the goaltending of Taylor Robins-Swanson. Tyrell Palm added an assist.

Arel Ciccone made 16 saves for North Okanagan in a 9-5 loss to Okotoks, Alta. Stowards scored twice while singles went to Hendrickson, Kobe Maltman and Jaxon Wadsworth. Mill and David Calder picked up assists.

The hosts ended the tournament with a tough 7-6 loss to Mission. Pounder put three in the goal while singles went to Yargeau, Stowards and Hendrickson. Robins-Swanson played goal for the Legends.


Everton Ridge Homes Legends tuned up for this weekend’s playoff tournament in Kamloops by playing Nicola Valley to a 6-6 tie.

Cole Gartner had four goals for North Okanagan, Jakob Friesen sniped the other two and Chloe Scabar picked up an assist.

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