Tyees center Beau Murray (#12) looks to pass to forward Khayam Siah (#5) during their 8-3 win against Nanaimo.

Campbell River Atom A Tyees open season with a win against Nanaimo

The Campbell River Atom A Tyees opened their official season on Nov. 19 with a dominating win over Nanaimo.

Hunter Auramenko opened the scoring just eight seconds into the game. This was followed by five more goals in the first period by Tyees Brandin Cronin, Theo Munroe, Khayam Siah (2) and Ethan Crowhurst. Assisting in these goals were Beau Murray, Riley Skuse and Jake Isbister.

The Tyees were held scoreless in the second period with Nanaimo putting one on the scoreboard. But the Tyees kept battling and added two more goals in the third by Hunter Auramenko and Cale Livingston leading to a final score of 8-3.

The Atom A Tyees are excited about the upcoming season and look forward to the challenge of playing against the top teams on the Island in Tier 1.

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