KMHA round-up, Jan. 18 to Jan. 20
Atom Nailers perfect in Kelowna
The Kamloops Western Roofing Nailers posted a 4-0 record at an atom development tournament in Kelowna.
Kamloops downed the Coquitlam Chiefs 4-3, the Kelowna Legends 8-5, the Westside Warriors 8-5 and the Kelowna Knights 8-2.
Scoring for Kamloops on the weekend were Harrison Ewert (6G, 1A), Logan Stankoven (11G, 1A), Matthew Mariona (2G, 1A), Carter McLellan (2G), Jacob Proulx (2G), Nolan Virgo (1G, 2A), Andrew Senger (1G) and Brendan Kirschner (2G).
Adam Niles and Austin Krug split time between the pipes for the Nailers.
The North Kamloops Lions bantam tier 3 club finished the regular season on the weekend with identical 9-1victories over Salmon Arm and Merritt.
Against Salmon Arm, Kamloops was led by Parker Matheson (2G), Zac Austin (2G), Garrett Kellington (2G), Wyatt Brook (1G), Colten Gerlib (1G), Conan Poss (1G), Matthew Richardson (3A), McCoy Pearce (1A), Garrett Kellington (1A) and Parker Matheson (1A).
Nicolas Boehm was in net for the win.
Against Merritt, the Lions were paced by Brook (2G, 2A), Harrison Rosch (2G), Matheson (1G, 2A), Pearce (1G, 2A), Gabe Graham-Boyde (1G, 1A), Poss (1G, 1A), Richardson (1G), Kyle Hutton (1A), Ethan Kasten (1A), Kellington (1A), Chris Dakers (1A), Lucas Lott (1A) and Gerlib (1A).
Boehm was again in net for the victory.
Win one, lose one
The midget tier 1 Kamloops Lions split a pair of weekend games.
On Friday, a team from California doubled North Kamloops 4-2.
Brendan Law and Brodie Moorman each had a goal and an assist for the Lions in support of goaltender Riley Woodland.
Adam Struch and Colten Moore scored in a 2-1 win over Prince George on Saturday, with Nolan Munden providing the goaltending.
Thunder taste Vipers’ venom in all-Kamloops tilt
The Kamloops Vipers earned a 10-7 win over the Kamloops Thunder in atom play on Sunday at Brock Arena.
Scoring for the Vipers in support of netminder Sheehan Tobler were Jacob Patton (3), Liam Brechin, Evan Kissack (4) and Josh Hamling (2).
Replying with goals for the Thunder were Tristan Hunt (4), Adam Gordon (2) and Jared Floodstorm.
Kiel Schriml backstopped the Thunder.
The Kamloops Titans knocked off the Kamloops Southgate Radiator Ice Dawgs in peewee recreational play on Jan. 13.
For the Titans, Liam Rose had two goals, while Chris Penner, Spencer Shyiak, Nathan Fraser, Braeden Bartlett and Kyle Brayer added singles.
Elijah Joly got the win in net for the Titans.
Scoring for the Ice Dawgs were Conner Hall, Colton Davoren and Braeden Crowe.
Austen Martin was between the pipes for the Dawgs.
The Kamloops Players Bench Raiders dropped an 8-2 decision to Westside of Kelowna in OMAHA league action on Sunday.
Scoring for Kamloops were Cole Howaniec (1G), Breckin Erichuk (1G), Tyler Bruins-Slot (2A) and Evan Vinterlik (1A).
Jarrett Larsen stopped 21 shots in net.
The Snipers defeated the Oilers 10-9 in atom recreational action.
Scoring for the Snipers were Ethan Dicostanzo (3G), Brady McCutcheon (3G), Elessio Louvros (2G), Ethan Gremaud (1G) and Reese Jones (1G).
Matthew Yon secured the win in net.
Replying for the Oilers were Liam Edstrom (3G), Kaedyn Bert (2G), Landon Kynley (1G), Cameron Ryles (1G), Zachery Kramer (1G) and Jackson Diehl (1G).
Ashton Dovey was goalie for the Oilers.
Rockets blast off
The Timbits Rockets beat the Timbits Coyotes 14-5 in novice orange play on the weekend.
The Rockets were paced by Ryan Larsen (4G), Anthony Ibbetson (2G, 3A), David Browning (2G), Jarrett Dumais (2G), Matteo Rawlings (1G), Rylan Newport (1G), Kaden Linquist (1G), Ryan Watson (1G) and Max Smith (4A).
Kolby Hay was the winning goaltender.
The Coyotes saw scoring from Mathew Ward (3G), Levi Toye (1G) and Evan Smith (1G).
Benjamin Giddens was kept busy in the Coyotes net.
The Zimmer Auto Group Jets dropped a 6-5 decision to the Kamloops Rockets in bantam recreational play.
The Jets were led by Slater Gordon (2G), Brandon Frenks (1G), Ryan Fielding (1G), Austin Morphy (1G), Tyson Koehl (2A), Tristan Black (2A) and Landon Weiss (1A).
Emma Gottfriedson got the win for the Jets between the pipes.
Scoring for the Rockets were Pacific Thompson (3G, 2A), Pierce Huser (2G, 1A), Dimitri Louvros (1G), Jarred Ehler (2A), Dylan Huitema-Harrie (1A) and Hayden Smale (1A).
Colin Clark was in net for the Rockets.