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Rebels defeat Dynamiters 4-1 in Sunday afternoon tilt

Kody Disher of the Rebels gets the upper hand on opponent Tanner Gray of the Kimberley Dyamiters as the two wrestle in front of the Kimberley goal. - Craig Lindsay
Kody Disher of the Rebels gets the upper hand on opponent Tanner Gray of the Kimberley Dyamiters as the two wrestle in front of the Kimberley goal.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

The Castlegar Rebels defeated the Kimberley Dynamiters 4-1 in KIJHL action Sunday afternoon at the Castlegar Complex.

Diego Bartlett put the Rebs up 1-0 in the first period with assists from Erik Alden and Connor Bowen. The Nitros tied the score up 1-1 with the only goal in the second period, from Aaron Shubert.

The Rebels put the game away with a strong performance in the third period. Kody Disher picked up the game winner at 14:25 of the third with a power play goal assisted by Braydon Horcoff and Bowen. Horcoff put the Rebs up 3-1 a short time later, assisted by Peter Mingus and Jeremy McGregor. Rookie defenceman Hunter Jenerou put the game away with a power play goal at 2:15 of the third assisted by Stuart Walton.

Connor Beauchamp had a solid game between the pipes for Castlegar stopping all but one Kimberley shot.

The Rebels are back in action Thursday in Grand Forks against the new and improved Border Bruins. On Friday, Sept. 28, Castlegar hosts the North Okanagan Knights for JumpStart Jersey Night. Be sure to come out and support this great cause!!

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