Congratulations to all our GVMHA Award Winners!
Special mention to our Volunteer of the Year - Greg Louis!
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Marcel Green interviews Lanny McDonald at the PeeWee Winter Carnival Tournament 2017
Congratulations to our Peewee Tier 2 team, winning the OMAHA league banner and then bringing home Gold at the BC Hockey Provincial Championship!
Congratulations to the Peewee Butcher Boys Rebels for winning league and playoff Championships in the ONSL, and the Midget Talon Benefits Thrashers for winning league champions in the ONSL, and Corbett Office Plus Kings for winning the ONSL Championships.
Congratulations to the Peewee Bannister GM Blazers on bringing home the gold from the19th Annual Shaun Crosby Memorial PeeWee Hockey Tournament.
This tournament is in memory of Shaun Crosby, who was a nine year old hockey player from Kelowna who died in a car crash 26 years ago.
In the gold medal game, they were down 3-1 going into the 3rd period, then scored the second goal at about the 12:30 mark, then went on to score four consecutive goals to win 6-3!!
Congratulations to our Peewee Vernon 2 - Stevenson Mechanical Bolts, coached by Brent Bond, Darren Cecchini, Justin Mann and Justin Joe. The team won the 2015 Super League Peewee Championship! They will now advance to the Valley Championships. Good luck team!
It took the Bannister Blazers 18 games and GVMHA 6 years to capture the regular season championship title . The “Banner is Back... Let’s hang it in the arena where it belongs” said coach Martian. It took a lot of hard work to compile a 13-3-2 season, these young hockey players played amazing throughout the season . They fought hard in very game and never gave up. They complied an amazing 40 goals against in 18 games , “Now that’s Blazers hockey” that’s our motto said Martian, tough defence , hard back checking and solid goaltending wins you championships .
The Salmon Arm Midget A Female Silvertips, sponsored by Armstrong Co-Op, won the gold medal in their Midget Division at the Wickfest International hockey tournament held in Calgary last weekend. The Tips went 5-0 on the way to winning the title.
The Tips opened the tournament with a 3-2 win over the Innisfail Flyers. Sam Maric opened the scoring with a snap shot up high and then the captain, Hailey Haskell scored on a slap shot from the point. Innisfail scored to tie it up and then Emily Clark scored an insurance marker on rebound to close out the scoring.
Salmon Arm faced a team from Mexico next and they cruised to an 8-1 win. The Mexican team featured girls of all ages and they could not withstand the pressure from the Tips right from the start of the game. Taylor Vandale, Cassidy Marshall and Cailee Bauml each scored twice while singles were provided by Haskell and Brooke Miller. In the spirit of international play, the Tips exchanged gifts with the Mexican girls after the game.
The Tips earned a 3-0 shut out win against the Fort Saskatchewan Fury in game three to punch their ticket to the final. Mikayla Stirling and Vandale (2) handled the scoring.
In the final round robin game, the Tips defeated Sherwood Park 3-1. Clark (2) and Marshall scored the Tips goals.
The final was a rematch of the tournament opener and Salmon Arm again handled the Innisfail Flyers easily outshooting them on the way to a 3-1 win. Tareyn Hanson scored her first of the season to open the scoring and Haskell scored on another slapshot to provide a cushion. With the Flyers pressing hard to get back in the game, Vandale scored to give a 3-0 lead with only a minute left. The Flyers broke the shutout with 9 seconds left after a crazy bounce off a skate found the back of the net.
The tournament was topped off by having Hayley Wickenheiser present the game awards to the players on the ice immediately after the game. “It was great to win the tournament” said head coach Rob Bauml, “but it was a real treat to have a player who is a real hockey hero to these girls take the time to come on the ice and present our awards. The girls were so excited to have the chance to meet her and take a picture.”
BC Hockey announced January 15, 2015 that Ali Roine of the Thompson-Okanagan Lakers has been named Female Midget AAA Player of the Month for December 2014. The 5’4” forward from Coldstream scored five (5) goals and one (1) assist with just four (4) penalty minutes in three (3) league games.
For the season, Roine has ten (10) goals and five (5) assists in 24 games. The Lakers have a record of 11-11-2 so far on the season.
Said Thompson-Okanagan Head Coach Mark Henderson, “Ali is a big reason why this young team is one (1) point out of third place in the FMAAA league. She has been a dedicated leader on and off the ice throughout this season. Ali is our team Captain and has a huge impact on bringing up the intensity of this young team. She was also rewarded on the score sheet in our league play in December, including a natural hat trick in one game.”
After an undefeated season to win the North Okanagan Super League Championship, the Corbett Office Plus Bantam Vernon Sharks finished the year off by winning the Okanagan Valley Championship!
Stevenson Mechanical Thunderbirds defeated arch rival Lumby Stars 6-5 in overtime to win the 2013-2014 Super League Playoff Championship. The TBirds season success was due to a great all around team effort!
A Big Thank You to all our Officials for a job well done this season!
Despite having a challenging game schedule, the Nedco Coyotes worked hard and went undefeated to bring home Gold from the Lumby Midget Tournament.
10 Vernon females make the U16 BC Team! These girls will compete in the Winter Games in Feburary.
Congratulations to the Bantam Tier 1 Vipers! This team brought home the Gold from Trail!!
Matt Kowalski scored the game winning goal in overtime, seconds before it went to a shootout.
Way to go Nedco Coyotes!! This Vernon team won their Midget home tournament, going Undefeated!!
Congratulations to Everton Ridge Homes Atom #1 team who won Gold in their home tournament in Vernon!!
Way to go Thunderbirds! Brought home the Gold in the Lumby Monashee Classic Peewee Tournament
PeeWee Bronco’s Christmas Team Spirit alive and well!