Bantam Rep Wrangler, Aidan Moore battles for the puck against Salmon Arm Silver Tips. Submitted photo.

Bantam Rep Wrangler, Aidan Moore battles for the puck against Salmon Arm Silver Tips. Submitted photo.

Bantam Rep Wranglers prepare to host tournament

The 100 Mile Rep Wranglers had two OMAHA league games against Salmon Arm Silver Tips this past weekend.

The first game on Saturday started off well with a 0-0 tie at the end of the first period. Then Salmon Arm stepped up their game and potted six goals by the end of the second. Then in the third Salmon Arm got five more.

The Wranglers didn’t give up and late in the third Virgil Kennedy made a wicked tip-in off a hard shot from Colby Glen and an assist from Alex Kuyek to get on the scoreboard.

Then with only one minute left on the clock, the Wranglers kept digging and Kyson Hopson lifted the puck over the goalie’s pad to add a goal with an assist by Elias Moore and Colton Huber Hopkins. Goal tender Joey Isaac was getting hammered , receiving over 60 shots. The Wranglers were only able to get 16 shots on the Salmon Arm goalie.

Sunday’s game against Salmon Arm saw the visiting team scoring three goals in the first and five goals in the second. The Wranglers got more shots off this game but couldn’t seal the deal with a goal. The team continued to battle and was able to keep the Silver Tips scoreless in the third. Goalie Joey Isaac faced 72 shots.

The 100 Mile Bantam Rep Wranglers are hosting a tournament from Nov. 24 to 26. The Bantam Rep Wranglers play Friday, Nov. 24 from 7 to 9 p.m., on Saturday, Nov.25 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The finals are on Sunday, Nov. 25 starting at 10:30 a.m.

The team has a raffle table with prizes from Canucks tickets, a rafting trip and a Barkerville family pass, to an amazing hockey basket and many more awesome items. Come on down to the arena and support your local hockey players and watch some entertaining hockey.

All funds raised helps pay for the Provincials in March.

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