Vernon Watkin Motors Mustangs forward Trevor Kennedy (left) moves inside on Calgary Bow Valley Flames defenceman Hale Schoneck during Sunday's C final of the 44th annual Coca Cola Pee Wee Invitational Hockey Tournament at the Civic Arena.

Vernon Watkin Motors Mustangs forward Trevor Kennedy (left) moves inside on Calgary Bow Valley Flames defenceman Hale Schoneck during Sunday's C final of the 44th annual Coca Cola Pee Wee Invitational Hockey Tournament at the Civic Arena.

Seafair claims Coke Classic title

Another tournament, another championship trophy. So goes the Pee Wee Tier 1 hockey season for the speedy Seafair Islanders of Richmond.

Morning Star Staff

Another tournament, another championship trophy.

So goes the Pee Wee Tier 1 hockey season for the speedy Seafair Islanders of Richmond.

The Isles ambushed the Langley Eagles 10-0 Sunday night in the Amy Myles Memorial A Event final of the 44th Coca-Cola Invitational Pee Wee Hockey Classic at Civic Arena.

Tyler Horstmann supplied four goals for Seafair, while Trevor Lau earned 2+1. Mattias Hohlweg produced 1+3, while Logan Nelson, Jordan Si and Carson Bigras also scored.

Brice Kemp and Michael Abgrail each pocketed a pair of assists in support of Iain Morris.

Seafair also took home the Dan Oxnard Memorial Trophy as the Most Sportsmanlike Team in the eight-team tournament.

The Islanders are 34-3-4 atop the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association table and ranked No. 2 in western Canada.

“Our powerplay was good and I think our speed was the difference,” said Islander captain Noah Boroditsky, a towering defenceman. “Iain played really good in goal.”

The Chilliwack Bruins claimed the Alex Kuly Memorial B Event trophy by shading the Kelowna Rockets 7-6.

Ethan Bowen pulled the hat trick for the Bruins, while Mack Barton-Paquette rang up a deuce and Brendan Williamson scored once.

Chilliwack head coach Doug Ast, a former German pro, was presented the Ernie Kowal Memorial Trophy as Top Coach of the eight-team tournament. Ernie’s son Tom, is an NHL referee.

Riley Dobranski (2), Logan Keating, Tanner Brown, captain Chase Dafoe and Riley Fiddler-Schultz replied for Kelowna.

The Vernon Watkin Motors Mustangs bounced the Bow Valley Flames of Calgary 6-4 in the Mickey McMahon Memorial C Event final.

Corbin Hanson dialed up the hat trick for the Mustangs, while Tysen Fairweather (1+2), Nick Teale and Lucas Zubrod provided singles. Captain Coletyn Boyarski and Steel Quiring each had two helpers.

Vernon opens the Okanagan Mainline best-of-three final series Saturday against host Kelowna (2:45 p.m.) at the CNC.

The Spokane Chiefs smothered the Seattle Admirals 12-0 in the Mickey Ogasawara Memorial D Event final.

In Saturday’s semifinals, Langley outlasted Kelowna 7-6 on a last-second goal, while Seafair iced Chilliwack 5-2.

Vernon crushed Seattle 18-1 with Quiring and Hanson each firing four goals.

Kelowna grounded the Vernon Source For Sports Vipers 6-2 Saturday night at Civic to take the Okanagan Bantam Tier 1 semifinal series in two games.

Kelowna got two goals apiece from Alex Swetlikoff and Rayman Bassi and held period leads of 2-0 and 6-1.

Vernon, who gave up two shorthanded tallies, finally got on the board with just seven seconds left in the second period when Tyson Sampert’s point shot was deflected in by Drew Mackenzie. Dawson Chase picked up the second assist. Mika Burns fired home the rebound off Joe Eggert’s shot early in the third.

Brendan Forman and Tyler Sedlacek shared goaltending duties.