Shout out for shootouts

PORT McNEILL-Close finishes rule final day of Port McNeill Minor Hockey's annual atom hockey tournament

PORT McNEILL—After rallying to tie the game 7-7 on a Dawson Twamley goal with 14 seconds left, Port Alice fell to Comox in a shootout in the fourth-place game of the Port McNeill atom hockey tourney Sunday.

Port Hardy edged Port McNeill 6-5 in the sixth-place final.

 

Port McNeill Minor Hockey Atom tournament

At Chilton Regional Arena

Jan. 9-11

 

Sixth-seventh place

Port Hardy 6, Port McNeill 5

Port Hardy goals: Kale Hunt 2, Tye Morash, Brandon Brotchie, Rory Sinden. Port McNeill goals: William Grant 3, Evan Wighton 2.

Fourth-fifth place

Comox 8, Port Alice 7, shootout

Port Alice goals: Dawson Twamley 3, Lilly Jorgenson, Andrew Rydalch, Zachary Spafford, Lucca Stewart. Assists: Twamley 2, Rydalch, Stewart, Jorgenson.

Second-third place

Nanaimo 5, Campbell River Snipers 4, shootout

Championship

Campell River Gladiators 6, Nanaimo 3

 

Round-robin

CR Snipers 10, Port Hardy 2

Port Hardy goals: Grant Joseph, Mason Northey.

Gladiators 15, Port McNeill 0

Comox 8, Port Alice 7

Port Alice goals: Twamley 4, Spafford 3.

Nanaimo 10, Port McNeill 3

Port McNeill goals: Grant 3

CR Gladiators 5, Port Hardy 1

Port Hardy goal: Northey. Assist: Morash.

CR Snipers 17, Port Alice 3

Port Alice goals: Twamley 2, Stewart. Assist: Twamley.

Comox 6, Port McNeill 3

Port McNeill goals: Sebastian Jolliffe, Grant, Owen Johnson.

Nanaimo 6, Port Hardy 4

Port Hardy goals: Morash 3, Brotchie.

CR Gladiators 13, Port Alice 3

Port Alice goals: Twamley 2, Rydalch. Assist: Stewart.

CR Snipers 17, Port McNeill 2

Port McNeill goals: Grant 2

Nanaimo 11, Comox 1

 

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