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Kamloops Storm tied atop KIJHL standings after pair of weekend wins on home ice

The Kamloops Storm have seven wins in nine games and are tied atop the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League standings.

The Kamloops Storm have seven wins in nine games and are tied atop the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League standings.

Kamloops continued its hot start to the campaign with a pair of weekend victories at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre, doubling the 100 Mile House Wranglers 4-2 on Friday and blanking the Sicamous Eagles 4-0 on Sunday.

Hudson Cameron, Liam Dumelie, Samuel Lewis and Kasey Jackson lit the lamp on Sunday in support of goaltender Cody Creasy, who recorded a 32-save shutout.

The Storm are slated to play the hometown Wranglers on Tuesday, a mid-week tilt that precedes a matchup in Kamloops on Friday against Chase, a 7 p.m. start on Mac Isle.

Doug Birks Division standings: Kamloops (7-2-0-0), Chase (4-1-2-0), Revelstoke (5-3-0-0), 100 Mile House (1-4-0-0) and Sicamous (1-5-0-0).

The Storm and Osoyoos Coyotes (6-0-1-1) are tied atop league standings with 14 points apiece.

Average attendance is 270 at Storm home games this season.