Road trip rough for Jr. B Eagles

Another week of away games saw one win and two losses for the Sicamous Eagles.

Another week of away games saw one win and two losses for the Sicamous Eagles.

The Eagles were in Chase Thursday where they earned a 5-2 win over the Heat.

Sicamous hit hard in the first period, with goals by Riley Jepson, Mikey Markland and Tyler Ehlers.

The remaining two markers were scored by Jepson in the second and third periods.

Friday night, the Eagles played the Kelowna Chiefs at the Rutland Arena.

Sicamous goals in this hard-fought contest were by Brady Crabtree and Matthew Maetche.

On Sunday the Eagles suffered another 3-2 defeat, this time in Oliver, at the hands of the Osoyoos Coyotes.

Nicholas Astasiewicz and Jayce Davis scored for the Eagles.


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