Goalie Dylan Blazek and Tyler Semeniuk (right) of the Vernon Butcher Boys Red Wings keep Tanner Rissanen  of the Abbotsford Aces from scoring in the Vernon Pee Wee Ice Breaker Hockey Tournament at Civic Arena.

Goalie Dylan Blazek and Tyler Semeniuk (right) of the Vernon Butcher Boys Red Wings keep Tanner Rissanen of the Abbotsford Aces from scoring in the Vernon Pee Wee Ice Breaker Hockey Tournament at Civic Arena.

Wings clip Predators for B title

The Butcher Boys Red Wings shaded the Lakeside Printing Predators 7-6 in Sunday’s B final of the Vernon Pee Wee Ice Breaker at Civic Arena.

Jake Pelletier and Reece Hawthorne each scored twice as the Butcher Boys Red Wings shaded the Lakeside Printing Predators 7-6 in Sunday’s B final of the Vernon Pee Wee Ice Breaker at Civic Arena.

Colton Greeno (1+2), Kendra Ostafie and Brendan Horsfield also scored for the Wings, who had Dylan Blazek in net.

Reid Lawrence (3), Landon Currie (1+2), Chris Aldrich and Tyson Sampert replied for the Predators, who used Noah Foufoulas and Cam Mackenzie in net.

The Langley Jets won the 10-team tourney with a 6-2 win over the Surrey Wild.

The Abbotsford Aces bounced the Bannister Chev Blazers 5-1 in the C final with Brandon Lehoux scoring for the Blazers.

Simon Plant scored 69 seconds into four-on-four overtime as the Kelowna Blackhawks edged the Stevenson Mechanical Blues 6-5 in the D final.

Sean Howard (3), Braydie Allan and Travis Aeichele replied for the Blues.

In Bantam Super League play, the Vernon Five Star Awards Chiefs stopped the DCT Chambers The Guys Plus One 8-2 Sunday at Wesbild Centre.

Brennan Seltzer and Brandon DeJong each scored twice, while singles went to Mac Gourdine, Carl Main, Craig Lawrence and Donte Nowell.

The Chiefs iced Westside 5-3 in exhibition play Saurday, getting goals from Seltzer, Cameron Hitch, Ryan Pelkey, Nowell and Joseph Tronson.Trey Spanier was stellar in net.

Lumby Stars (sponsored by Irly Bird Building Supplies Centre) stopped the Vernon #2 Interior Savings Flyers 7-2 Saturday in other Bantam play.

The Stars got two goals and one helper from Jayden Pedersen, two snipes from Jack O’Neill and singles from Zach Kuperus, Logan Meier and Adam Sacht.

Reid Hackett, Shale Williamson and Trayton Phillips added clutch assists in front of Jake Desilets. The Flyers goals came from Tim Ufimtseff and Jakob Marshall.

On Sunday, the Stars beat the Salmon Arm #2 Bantams 3-1. Pedersen, with two, and Trayton Phillips accounted for the offence.

In Pee Wee Super League action, the Lumby Stars (sponsored by Aldon Equipment and Terry’s Automotive) iced Salmon Arm Askew’s Foods 7-1.

Chris Nielsson was in net for the Stars and made several clutch saves. Graham Moss recorded the hat trick, while singles came from Jarrett Miller, Shale Miller, Payton Kineshanko and Josh Litven.

Tyler Yule and Litven added two assists. Haylee Gosselin, Chloe Yule, Tanner Gilbert, Kanika Koch and Morgan Holland all hustled hard both ways and Atom call-up Conner Seehaver was a welcome addition with his tenacity.

Crushers show well in Revelstoke

The Vernon K2 Stone Crushers, coached by Eli Johnston, placed fourth in the Revelstoke Atom Tournament, falling 4-3 to the Kelowna Spitfire in their final game

Will Higgins-Wilson was robbed on a few breakalways, while Crusher goals came from Trevor Moore after some aggressive play by Shaelyn Cecchini. Zack Laranjo scored unassisted and Lucus Wood, assisted by Caleb James, completed the Crusher offence.

The Crushers opened with an 8-6 loss to the Kelowna Predators despite holding an early 4-1 lead.  Cole Johnston (4), Ben Reinhardt and Wood scored the goals with Elyse Dyck, Alysssa Reilly and Chayse Turnbull.

The Crushers then lost 7-4 to eventual finalist Penticton with Johnston, Laranjo and Wood (game MVP wiuth 2G) providing the offence. Crusher d-man Jackson Sampert made an impressive charge back to his end saving a potential goal, while net detective Chayse Turnbull shut down Penticton in he third period.

The Crushers then tied 3-3 with Kamloops on goals by Laranjo on a sweet play around the net, Johnston unassisted and Wood, on passes by Turnbull and Sampert. Jaden Stone was superb in net and earned MVP.

In regular Atom Super League play, the Vernon M&K Red Lasers tied the North Okanagan Black Knights 9-9.

The Lasers opened the scoring with two quick goals by Brayden Szeman from his set-up man Aiden Trottier. The Knights scored one goal to make it 2-1 before Trottier was at it again, feeding Jadon Foster to make it 3-1 after the first period.

Szeman, who finished with five goals, made it 4-2 when he made a great rush up the ice and slid the puck under the goaltender. Trottier drew an assist ended up with five helpers.

Szeman, Liam Reid, Foster and Keenan Jeberg scored in the third period. The Lasers played a hard game with end-to-end rushes backed by some solid goaltending from Samuel White.

Atom Stars brush back Knights

The Lumby Atom Kineshanko Logging Ltd. Stars smothered the the North Okanagan #2 Knights 15-2 in league play at Pat Duke Memorial Arena.

Quin Willamson and captain Jordan Romailler each netted 3+2, while  assistant captains Tage Kineshanko and Nic Teale both added a pair of goals. Ryan Desilets, Noah Clarke, Drew Mackenzie and Conner Seehaver added singles in front of a solid Matthew Yaremcio.