Rockets fizzle against Midget Eagles

The Sicamous Midget Eagles have kept their winning streak alive.

The Sicamous Midget Eagles have kept their winning streak alive.

Sicamous was host to the Kelowna Rockets on Sunday. Netminder Keyon Bittner faced 30 shots, allowing only two to sneak past him.

It was a close game with scoring chances in both ends, but the Eagles came out on top, winning the game 3-2. Goals came from Colby Sherlock, Colton Skead and Dairen Blight. Assists were awarded to Austin Miller and Tristain Tulak on Sherlock’s goal, and Sherlock assisting on Skead’s.

Darien Blight made a fantastic rush end-to-end in the third period to put the team on top.

Up next for the Midgets is a back-to-back visit from the Clearwater team this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m.

Come down to the rink and make lots of noise for the boys.


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