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Dish master Disher leads Rebels past Nitehawks

Castlegar Rebels forward Kody Disher brings the puck into the Beaver Valley zone during the second period of Friday
Castlegar Rebels forward Kody Disher brings the puck into the Beaver Valley zone during the second period of Friday's game.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

The Castlegar Rebels crushed the Beaver Valley Nitehawks 7-3 on Friday night at the Castlegar Complex. Leading the Rebs was forward Kody Disher with four assists and Bryan Lubin and captain Erik Alden with a pair of goals each.

The Rebels took a 3-0 lead early in the first period with goals from Lubin, Diego Bartlett, and  Alden. Nick Perez put BV on the board at 2:40 of the first with a power play marker to cut the score to 3-1.

Castlegar scored four in a row (Alden, Lubin, Stu Walton, and Aaron Petten) to take a commanding 7-1 lead.

The 'Hawks scored two late to salvage some dignity but it was far too late.

Jordan Gluck got the win in net for Castlegar and stopped 17 of 20 BV shots.

The Rebels are back at the Complex tonight (Saturday) for a home game against Spokane.

 

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