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Pee Wee B’s place second in Vail Sportsmanship Tournament

Daily News staff report

VAIL – Summit Pee Wee B’s skated to a second place finish in Vail’s Sportsmanship Tournament last weekend.

Summit beat Vail, Denver University, Denver Country Club and Colorado Blast from Fort Collins to make it to the Championship game Sunday, when they lost to Sante Fe.

Thursday night against Vail, Shamus O’Neill scored two goals and added an assist. Kyle Johnson had two goals. Travis Abrahamson scored a goal and added two assists, while Brad Zimmerman scored a goal and Peter Secor added an assist to beat Vail 6-0. Goalie Andrew Dunlap registered the shutout.

Friday night, Summit triumphed over DU 6-1. O’Neill found the net twice and added an assist. Michael Daniels had a goal and an assist. Zimmerman, Johnson and Jon Gutierrez each scored while Abrahamson and Sonny Magrino both added assists. Dunlap turned away nine shots.

Saturday morning, Summit hammered Denver Country Club 12-1. O’Neill registered five points with a hat trick and two assists.

Johnson had two goals and two assists. Secor and Kole Morrel both found the net twice. Abrahamson, Gutierrez and Daniels all scored a goal. Magrino had two assists.

Garret Spenst and Connor Cook added an assist each.

Saturday evening, Summit won 3-0 over the Colorado Blast and qualified for the championship game. Johnson, Daniels and Cook scored the goals while O’Neill, Zach Dobson and Alex Weston assisted on the goals. Dunlap registered his second shutout of the tournament.

Sunday, Summit fell 8-1 to a strong Sante Fe team for the championship. Summit’s lone goal came from O’Neill and was assisted by Zimmerman.

 Right winger Brandon Smith, sidelined with the flu for the entire tournament, came out to support his team for the game Sunday. Summit Cable sponsored the team.

Summit Lightning remain undefeated

The Summit Lightning Squirt B hockey team remains undefeated (5-0) in regular season play after beating Steamboat Springs 3-2 in Steamboat Springs Friday night. Mac Pitts got the unassisted game-winning goal late in the third period.

Dak Dice scored once (unassisted) in the first period and once in the third period off of an assist from Dylan Junkermeier. Ricky McAllaster was in net for the Summit Lightning.

The Summit Lightning head to the Front Range on Dec. 6 for its next challenge against the 6-0 Foothills Flyers.

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