LeFranc leads Sherwood Trophy Vees with hat trick

Ben LeFranc's hat trick leads Sherwood Trophy Vees past the West Kelowna Warriors

The Sherwood Trophies peewee AAA Vees whipped Salmon Arm 7-1 and defeated West Kelowna on the road by the same score.

In Salmon Arm, the Vees got goals from Ben LeFranc, Ethan O’Rourke and Brennan Nelson with two each and Nicolas Eacott. Levi Carter and Andrew Howells were named Barley Mill players of the game.

On Sunday against the Warriors, LeFranc netted a hat trick, while Carter, Owen Labadie, O’Rourke and Nelson rounded out the offense. Marty Aantjes and Xavier Roepcke were named the Little Ceasar players of the game. Next up for the Vees is a tournament in West Kelowna Dec 19-21.


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