Creston Chiefs beat Invermere Rockies 4-1 at home

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  • Fri Nov 16th, 2012 6:00am
  • Sports

The Creston Chiefs peewee rep team hosted the Invermere Rockies at home on Nov. 10. In a well-played game between both clubs, the Chiefs came out with a 4-1 victory.

Invermere opened the scoring with 7:48 left in the first period, and the Chiefs responded two minutes later with Logan Rast scoring, assisted by Davis Nelson. The second period was a good skating game with both teams getting good scoring chances, and the goaltenders both played well.

In the third period, the Chiefs decided to start playing the body, and took over with three unanswered goals, one by Tyson Steed assisted by Brayden Jellis, and two by Kale Plotnikoff with assists going to Rast and Steed. The game was taken over by older second-year players, which the coaches were glad to see.

—CRESTON VALLEY MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION