Rebels take second win in as many nights

Castlegar's weekend spiced by a pair of 3-0 wins against Creston

Rebels' Kody Disher (L) tangles with Creston Valley's Trevor LeBlanc in the Castlegar portion of a recent home-and-home series between the clubs.

 

 

Shutting out Creston Valley on consecutive nights has put the Castlegar Rebels into a tie atop the Neil Murdock division standings with the Nelson Leafs, although the Rebels had played one more game as of Saturday night.

In the second of a home and home begun Friday (3-0) the Castlegar squad also recorded a 3-0 victory.

Here are some details courtesy of information provided by the KIJHL:

Braydon Horcoff scored unassisted in the first period. Following a scoreless second period, Aaron Brewer, (assisted by Riley Ostoforoff and Aaron Petten) scored before Petten scored the third, assisted by Darren Medeiros and Bryan Lubin.

Goaltender Jordan Gluck of the Rebels was named first star. Creston Goalie Zach Straza and Castlegar’s Aaron Brewer were second and third stars, respectively

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