Season underway for Novice Predators

On Sunday, Oct. 16, the Sicamous Novice Hockey team hosted the North Okanagan Knights in their first game of the year.

  • Oct. 20, 2011 11:00 a.m.

On Sunday, Oct. 16, the Sicamous Novice Hockey team hosted  the North Okanagan  Knights in their first game of the year.

Sicamous Predator goalie, Daryan St. Louis made some great saves to keep the game scoreless mid-way through the first period.

Madison Dewitt opened the scoring with a nice goal, going  top shelf  on the North Okanagan goalie. Late in the first, North Okanagan came on strong and came back to score two goals and took the lead. North Okanagan dominated the second period but midway into the third, Sicamous came back strong and Sidney Watson scored, assisted by Jacob Dewitt, and then near the end of the third period, Dylan Peter scored the third Predator goal . Final score, North Okanagan 10, Sicamous 3. The Sicamous Novice team’s next home game will be Sunday Oct.23 against Revelstoke at 10:45 am. in the Sicamous arena.

 

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