Sports briefs: Junior Vees win, rec hockey scores and figure skating results

Peewee AAA Penticton Vees earn two shutouts, Glengarry Figure Skaters take top spots in Super Series Autumn Leaves Competition.

Junior Vees hockey earn shutouts

The peewee AAA Sherwood Trophies Junior Vees came away with two league game wins last weekend.

Saturday saw the Junior Vees take on Salmon Arm with a 1-0 win. Owen Labadie scored the only goal in a hard-fought victory.

On Sunday, the team had a tilt versus Kamloops earning a solid 3-0 win. Goals were scored by Kai Espenhain and Stephen Searcy with two.

The Barley Mill player of the games for the weekend were Nicolas Eacott and Brennan Nelson.


Penticton Men’s Rec Hockey

The Game Time Sports Wolverines defeated the Hitmen 10-8 in Penticton Men’s Rec Hockey.

Cole Van Unen led the way for the Wolverines with four goals and Kam Crawford with two. Singles were scored by Ryan MacMurchy, Dylan Burton, Jim McGillivray and Taylor Trotter. Bobby Williamson netted a hat trick for the Hitmen with Mark Petry adding two and singles from Justin Shuttleworth, Izzy Gudmondson and Alex Paquet.

The Biscuits defeated the Wolf Creek Charges 5-2. Scoring for the Biscuits were Dave Sandrelli, Tyler Janzen, Kenton Johnson, Jason Selles and Steve Semenoff. Chargers Kevin Nedders and Nathan McGinnis netted the teams only two goals.


Dart association standings

The Smoking Aces are hanging on to first place in the A-B Division Penticton and District Dart Association standings.

At the end of Week 5, the Smoking Aces lead by one point over the Clancy’s Snipers (27 points) and are two up on Best Damn Sports Bar #1 (26 points) in the 20-team league.

Earning high scores for the women this week were Gail Pylyplow with 174, and Dee Jalava earned a high out with 104. Hitting 180s for the men this week were John Fritsen with two and Doug Spears.


Figure skaters take top spots

Glengarry Figure Skating Club skated in the 2014 B.C./Yukon Super Series Autumn Leaves Competition Oct. 17 to 19 in Kamloops.

Alex Jung earned silver and Rachel Jung earned bronze in the Star 2  category. Kaylee Fortunato took bronze in Star 3. Sammy Macnally took first overall in the Star 4 Under 10 category.

Also competing were Denielle Powers who finished sixth in the Star 4 13 and over, Patricia Fortunato fifth and Keara Anutooshkin seventh in the Star 5 13 and over, Sabrina Fortunato 10th in the Junior Silver Ladies, Jordana McEachern eighth and Nadia Snyman eighth in the Juvenile Ladies and in Pre-Novice Ladies Meagan Pankratz finished 19th with 31.92 points. Pankratz scored 9.45 points in the short program for 21st overall and 22.47 points in the free program for 18th overall.


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