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CSSHL Rewind: October 4

The first Scotiabank Showcase of the season got underway in Shawnigan Lake with the Female Prep Division, while a Midget Prep Division Showcase in Calgary also hit the ice on a 14-game Friday across the CSSHL.

SCOTIABANK FEMALE PREP DIVISION SHOWCASE

Edge School (4)
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1)

SHAWNIGAN LAKE, BC – Four different skaters found the back of the net, including Aliya Jomha (Edmonton, AB) who dished out a helper to send the Edge School past the Okanagan Hockey Academy 4-1.

BOXSCORE

Pursuit of Excellence (5)
Northern Alberta Xtreme (1)

SHAWNIGAN LAKE, BC – A pair of goals off the stick of Sarah Paul (West Kelowna, BC) set up the Pursuit of Excellence for the 5-1 victory against the Northern Alberta Xtreme.

BOXSCORE

St. Mary’s Academy (4)
Shawnigan Lake School (2)

SHAWNIGAN LAKE, BC – Aimee Patrick (Winnipeg, MB) factored in two goals for St. Mary’s Academy as the team skated by Shawnigan Lake School 4-2.

BOXSCORE

Delta Hockey Academy (16)
Banff Hockey Academy (0)

SHAWNIGAN LAKE, BC – Kimmy Davidson (Kamloops, BC) blocked all shots fired her way in the Delta Hockey Academy crease to shut down the Banff Hockey Academy 16-0.

BOXSCORE

MIDGET PREP DIVISION

Edge School (6)
Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (0)

CALGARY, AB – Jayden Davis (Calgary, AB) banked a hat trick and a helper, while Cam Hrdlicka (Calgary, AB) recorded his first shutout of the season as the Edge School blanked the Pacific Coast Hockey Academy 6-0.

BOXSCORE

Shawnigan Lake School (4)
International Hockey Academy (1)

CALGARY, AB – Aaron Trotter (Victoria, BC) pushed aside 26-of-27 pucks between the Shawnigan Lake School pipes, setting his team up for the 4-1 win over the International Hockey Academy.

BOXSCORE

West Van Academy (13)
Banff Hockey Academy (1)

CALGARY, AB – Connor Bedard (North Vancouver, BC) had a six-point outing, scoring twice and feeding four others as the West Van Academy sailed past the Banff Hockey Academy 13-1.

BOXSCORE

Rink Hockey Academy (6)
Northern Alberta Xtreme (2)

WINNIPEG, MB – Noah Serdachny (Edmonton, AB) found the back of the net once and chipped in two helpers as the Rink Hockey Academy were the 6-2 winners over the Northern Alberta Xtreme.

BOXSCORE

ELITE 15 DIVISION

Okanagan Hockey Academy (5)
Yale Hockey Academy (2)

ABBOTSFORD, BC – Two tallies from Tyler Seminoff (Oliver, BC) powered the Okanagan Hockey Academy to the 5-2 win over the Yale Hockey Academy.

BOXSCORE

Pacific Coast Hockey Academy (10)
Pursuit of Excellence (4)

LANGFORD, BC – Jackson Campbell (Victoria, BC) notched his first hat trick of the season for the Pacific Coast Hockey Academy as the team picked up the 10-4 feat against the Pursuit of Excellence.

BOXSCORE

West Van Academy (3)
BWC Academy (1)

BURNABY, BC – Lucas McLennan (West Vancouver, BC) recorded a goal and a pair of helpers as the West Van Academy registered the 3-1 win in their matchup against the BWC Academy.

BOXSCORE

BANTAM PREP DIVISION

West Van Academy (5)
BWC Academy (4)

WEST VANCOUVER, BC – Lucas Baxter (Coquitlam, BC) fired a pair of goals past the goaltender and set up another as the West Van Academy grabbed the 5-4 victory over the BWC Academy.

BOXSCORE

Northern Alberta Xtreme (6)
OHA Edmonton (2)

EDMONTON, AB – Kai Matthew (Edmonton, AB) logged two powerplay markers and two helpers as the Northern Alberta Xtreme were the 6-2 victors against OHA Edmonton.

BOXSCORE

BANTAM VARSITY DIVISION

Edge School (3)
Okanagan Hockey Academy (1)

Penticton, BC – Ethan Adair (Calgary, AB) scored the go-ahead marker, then followed it up with another goal to solidify the 3-1 win for the Edge School over the Okanagan Hockey Academy.

BOXSCORE