Whalers go undefeated

Campbell Rivers Billings Plumbing Pee Wee Whalers came out strong this week-end, winning both of their first 2 play-off games. Saturday the Whalers’ strong goal-tending by Cole Gent and fantastic team efforts gave the Whalers a 6-2 lead over the Sharks.   A tight first period with Whalers’ Travis Star, assisted by Gavin Hope, scoring in the first.  The Whalers’ Kylie Scammell assisted by Gavin Hope, Dayton Scammell unnassisted and Matthew Leard, set up by Jared Super, scoring in the second.  Alex Johnson got one unassisted goal for the Sharks, making the score 4 -1 Whalers going into the third.  Sharks’ Cole Warner scored their final goal, assisted by Miaya Cramb.  Whalers Matthew Leard, assisted again by Jared Super, and Dayton Scammell(unassisted) both saw the back of the net in the third. Impressive, aggressive perfomance displayed by Paige Chapdelaine and strong defensive skills from Kevin Monk, Jordon Dick and Devon Mclean.   Whalers went on to win Sundays game against the Bears 5-3, another solid team performance with unbeatable goal-tending once again by Cole Gent.  Goals scored by Travis Star assisted by Kylie Scammell, unnassisted goal by Paige Chapdelaine, and #15 Dayton Scammell pulls off a hat trick assisted by Alyssa Palmer and Justin Sayers.  Bears goal scorers were Max Bawks-Smith assisted by Andy Hunt, Jacob Ingersoll, assisted by Owen Boyd and Owen Boyd assisted by Nolan Giesbrect 

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