Bartlett hat-trick leads Rebels to win over Grand Forks

The Castlegar Rebels crushed the Grand Forks Border Bruins 11-0 on Thursday night in GF

The Castlegar Rebels crushed the Grand Forks Border Bruins 11-0 on Thursday night in GF. The Rebs were led by a hat-trick from forward Diego Bartlett, who was fresh off scoring the winning goal for Trail Smokies over Vernon as a recent Junior A call-up.

Bartlett picked up the first star, while Rebel d-man Aaron Brewer grabbed the second star with a five point performance which included a goal and for assists.

Also scoring for Castlegar, which had period leads of 2-0 after one and 7-0 after two period, were Bryan Lubin and Erik Alden with two each, and Riley Ostoforoff, Darren Medieros and Kody Disher.

Connor Beauchamp picked up the shut-out win in net for the Rebs, turning away all 21 GF shots.

Castlegar host Creston Valley tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the rec complex. The two teams play Saturday in Creston at the Johnny Bucyk Arena.

 

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