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Lady Riverhawks Win CWOSSA Volleyball

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

Mar 3/20 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

 


Ontario Hockey League

London Knights at Kitchener Rangers  7 p.m.

The Owen Sound Attack will visit Flint on Wednesday and Windsor on Thursday.

You can hear both games live on 560 CFOS with Kia of Owen Sound-Terry's Trailer Service Bearadio

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WESTERN CONFERENCE

XLondon       58 41 15 1 1 84
XSaginaw     59 38 16 3 2 81
XKitchener    59 38 14 5 2 83
XFlint             60 39 19 1 1 80
XWindsor      59 34 19 6 0 74
Guelph           59 31 20 3 5 70
Owen Sound 58 28 22 4 4 64
Erie                  60 24 25 4 7 59
Sault Ste Marie 61 26 31 3 1 56
Sarnia              60 21 33 5 1 48


EASTERN CONFERENCE

XyOttawa            59 47 11 0 1 95
X Sudbury           60 32 26 1 1 66
XPeterborough  59 34 21 2 2 72
XOshawa            60 31 19 6 4 72
XBarrie                59 27 26 4 2 60
Mississauga        58 26 27 4 1 57
Hamilton              60 24 28 7 1 56
Kingston              59 19 36 2 2 42
Niagara               60 18 36 5 1 42
North Bay           59 16 39 4 0 36


The Ontario Hockey League today announced that Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Liam Foudy of the London Knights is the OHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week with seven points in three games including two goals and five assists along with a plus/minus rating of plus-4.

Foudy's recognition marks the fourth time a Knights player has received the honour this season after he registered multi-point outcomes in all three of London's wins last week. The fleet-footed winger picked up a pair of assists in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Guelph Storm before he earned first star honours with a goal and a helper in Friday's 4-2 victory over the Soo Greyhounds. Foudy was the third star of Sunday's 6-3 road win over the Erie Otters, notching a goal and two assists as the Knights improved to 41-15-1-1 for first place in the Western Conference.

A 20-year-old native of Scarborough, Ont., Foudy is riding a 14-game point streak that dates back to Jan. 26th, a span in which he also suited up in two NHL contests with the Columbus Blue Jackets, recording his first career NHL point with an assist on Feb. 13th in Buffalo. The 6-foot-1, 182Ib. left-winger sits fourth in London scoring with 62 points (26-36--62) over 41 games including a team-leading plus-34 rating. The former first round (18th overall) pick by the Knights in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection has accumulated 185 points (95-90--185) over 226 career regular season games. He won gold as a member of Canada's National Junior Team at the 2020 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship in January. Foudy was Columbus' first round (18th overall) pick in the 2018 NHL Draft.

A pair of other candidates were also given consideration for the award, ones that performed well despite their clubs going winless over the course of the week. Erie Otters forward Chad Yetman registered eight points (3-5--8) over three contests to reach the 70-point mark on the season. Hamilton's Arthur Kaliyev tied the Bulldogs' franchise points mark, coming within three points of 100 on the campaign with eight points (1-7--8) over three outings.
 


2019-20 OHL ‘On the Run’ Players of the Week – Regular Season:

Feb. 24 – Mar. 1: Liam Foudy (London Knights)
Feb. 17 – Feb. 23: Tyler Tucker (Flint Firebirds)
Feb. 10 – Feb. 16: Cole Perfetti (Saginaw Spirit)
Feb. 3 – Feb. 9: Evgeniy Oksentyuk (Flint Firebirds)
Jan. 27 – Feb. 2: Connor McMichael (London Knights)
Jan. 20 – Jan. 26: Ty Dellandrea (Flint Firebirds)
Jan. 13 – Jan. 19: Mitchell Hoelscher (Ottawa 67's)
Jan. 6 – Jan. 12: Philip Tomasino (Oshawa Generals)
Dec. 30 – Jan. 5: Jacob Ingham (Kitchener Rangers)
Dec. 16 – Dec. 29: Joseph Garreffa (Ottawa 67's)
Dec. 9 – Dec. 15: Jacob Ingham (Kitchener Rangers)
Dec. 2 – Dec. 8: Ty Dellandrea (Flint Firebirds)
Nov. 25 – Dec. 1: Marco Rossi (Ottawa 67’s)
Nov. 18 – Nov. 24: Riley McCourt (Flint Firebirds)
Nov. 11 – Nov. 17: Jan Jenik (Hamilton Bulldogs)
Nov. 4 – Nov. 10: Cam Hillis (Guelph Storm)
Oct. 28 – Nov. 3: Connor McMichael (London Knights)
Oct. 21 – Oct. 27: Nico Daws (Guelph Storm)
Oct. 14 – Oct. 20: Hunter Jones (Peterborough Petes)
Oct. 7 – Oct. 13: Mack Guzda (Owen Sound Attack)
Sept. 24 – Oct. 6: Philip Tomasino (Niagara IceDogs)
Sept. 23 – Sept. 29: Connor McMichael (London Knights)
Sept. 19 – Sept. 22: Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (Peterborough Petes)



The Ontario Hockey League today announced the Top OHL Performers of the Month for regular season games played in February 2020, including Kingston Frontenacs forward Shane Wright and London Knights teammates Alec Regula and Brett Brochu.

OHL Player & Rookie of the Month - Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs):

First overall OHL Priority Selection choice and exceptional status forward Shane Wright of the Kingston Frontenacs has been recognized as both the OHL Player of the Month and Rookie of the Month for February. The 16-year-old led the League with 14 goals while adding 10 assists for 24 points over 13 contests as his Frontenacs got back into the playoff hunt with five victories to pull into a tie for eighth in the Eastern Conference. Wright lit the lamp in 10 of his 13 February outings, netting three multi-goal efforts along the way. He opened the month with two goals and an assist in a 5-3 road loss to the Barrie Colts on Feb. 1st before registering another multi-goal showing with a pair in a 4-3 win over the Peterborough Petes on Feb. 5th. Wright went on to string together three straight three-point performances on Feb. 9th, 12th and 14th, tallying a goal and two assists in each game. He stepped up with the overtime winner as the Frontenacs defeated the Oshawa Generals on Feb. 21st. Wright saved his biggest performance of the month for last, surpassing Bernie Nicholls for the Frontenacs' all-time franchise rookie goal-scoring mark with his 39th of the season as part of his first career OHL hat-trick in a 6-1 road win over the Flint Firebirds. Wright received star of the game recognition five times over the course of the month.

A product of Burlington, Ont., Wright leads OHL rookies with 39 goals and 66 points over 55 games this season. His 66 points are equal to Connor McDavid's total over 63 games as an exceptional status rookie with the Erie Otters in 2012-13. The 2004-born talent captained Team Canada Black at the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, recording seven points (4-3--7) over five games. He was selected first overall by the Frontenacs last spring after being named GTHL Player of the Year with 150 points (66-84--150) over 72 games as a member of the OHL Cup champion Don Mills Flyers.


OHL Defenceman of the Month - Alec Regula (London Knights):

Chicago Blackhawks prospect Alec Regula of the London Knights is the OHL Defenceman of the Month for February, leading all blueliners with 11 goals while adding seven assists for 18 points over 11 contests with a plus/minus rating of plus-10. Regula recorded points in 10 of his 11 February outings, starting the month with a two-goal showing on Feb. 1st in Sarnia. He matched a season-high with three points including a goal and two helpers in a 6-3 win over the Kitchener Rangers on Feb. 14th, chipping in with a pair of assists a night later as London defeated Kingston 7-5. After recording a goal and an assist in a win over the Windsor Spitfires on Feb. 20th, Regula became the first Knights defenceman to score a hat-trick since March 2009 when he netted three on Feb. 21st against Guelph. Regula finished February on a high note, picking up a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over the Soo Greyhounds on Feb. 28th.

A 19-year-old native of West Bloomfield, Mich., Regula leads OHL defenders with 26 goals while adding 31 assists for 57 points over 53 games this season. The 6-foot-4, 207Ib. third-year veteran sits owns a team co-leading plus-34 rating and his 26 goals are the most by a Knights rearguard since Dennis Wideman potted 27 during the 2001-02 season. Regula has accumulated 121 points (44-77--121) over 186 career regular season games with the Knights dating back to 2017 after he was selected in the fourth round (74th overall) of the 2016 OHL Priority Selection. He was a third round (67th overall) pick of the Detroit Red Wings in the 2018 NHL Draft before being dealt to the Chicago Blackhawks in an October 2019 move that saw OHL graduate Brendan Perlini go the other way. The Blackhawks signed Regula to a three-year entry level contract in November.


OHL Goaltender of the Month - Brett Brochu (London Knights):

For the second straight month, London Knights rookie Brett Brochu has been recognized with OHL Top Goaltender honours. Brochu led all netminders with a 2.36 goals-against average to go with a 7-1-0-0 record and .926 save percentage over eight games. He put together a season-high 43 saves on Feb. 17th in Ottawa as the Knights defeated the CHL's top-ranked 67's 4-2, with the rookie earning second star honours. Brochu built off that, stopping 36 of 38 on Feb. 20th in Windsor as the Knights defeated the Spitfires 4-2. He rounded out the month with a record-setting 29th win on Feb. 28th, making 26 saves against the Soo Greyhounds to pass Ryan MacDonald on the Knights' all-time list for wins by a rookie goaltender.

A 17-year-old native of Tilbury, Ont., Brochu has won 19 of his last 20 outings for an overall record of 29-6-0-0 with the league's third-best 2.50 goals-against average, a .918 save percentage and two shutouts over 39 games. His 29 wins are the most by an OHL 17-year-old rookie since Niagara's Andrew Loverock won 31 during the 2006-07 campaign. The 5-foot-11, 156Ib. puckstopper was London's sixth round pick in the 2018 OHL Priority Selection. He spent last season with the Dresden Kings Jr. C club, earning PJHL Stobbs Division Rookie of the Year honours.


2019-20 OHL Performers of the Month:

Player of the Month:

February - Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs)
January - Philip Tomasino (Oshawa Generals)
December - Cole Schwindt (Mississauga Steelheads)
November - Jan Jenik (Hamilton Bulldogs)
October - Arthur Kaliyev (Hamilton Bulldogs)

 

Defenceman of the Month:

February - Alec Regula (London Knights)
January - Noel Hoefenmayer (Ottawa 67's)
December - Noel Hoefenmayer (Ottawa 67's)
November - Connor Corcoran (Windsor Spitfires)
October - Noel Hoefenmayer (Ottawa 67's)

 

Rookie of the Month:

February - Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs)
January - Brett Brochu (London Knights)
December - Mason McTavish (Peterborough Petes)
November - Shane Wright (Kingston Frontenacs)
October - Mason McTavish (Peterborough Petes)

 

Goaltender of the Month:

February - Brett Brochu (London Knights)
January - Brett Brochu (London Knights)
December - Jacob Ingham (Kitchener Rangers)
November - Nico Daws (Guelph Storm)
October - Hunter Jones (Peterborough Petes)



Ontario Junior Hockey League Playoffs

Wellington Dukes 5 Cobourg Cougars 3
( Wellington leads the best of 7; 3-0 )

Pickering Panthers 3 Georgetown Raiders 0
( Pickering leads the best of 7; 3-0 ) )


Tonight

Stouffville Spirit at Collingwood Colts  
( Collingwood leads the best of 7; 2-0 )
7:30 pm


Whitby Fury at Trenton Golden Hawks
( Trenton leads the best of 7; 2-0 )
7:30 PM

Toronto Patriots at St Michael's Buzzers
( St Michael's leads the best of 7; 3-0 )
7:30 PM

Brantford 99'ers at Oakville Blades   
( Oakville leads the best of 7; 2-0 )
7:30 PM

 

Collingwood Colts vs Stouffville Spirit

Fri Feb 28 Stouffville Spirit 1 at Collingwood Colts 2  (2OT) 
Sun Mar 1 Collingwood Colts 5 at Stouffville Spirit 1
Tue Mar 3 Stouffville Spirit at Collingwood Colts  7:30 pm
Thr Mar 5 Collingwood Colts at Stouffville Spirit    7:30 pm

Fri Mar 6 Stouffville Spirit at Collingwood Colts    7:30 pm
Sun Mar 8 Collingwood Colts at Stouffville Spirit  2:30 pm
Mon Mar 9 Stouffville Spirit at Collingwood Colts 7:30 pm





PJHL Carruthers Division Semifinal

Stayner Siskins at Orillia Terriers
( The Terriers lead the best of 7; 2-1 )
Game time is 8 pm in Orillia


Orillia Terriers vs Stayner Siskins

Feb 25th Stayner Siskins 1 Orillia Terriers  4
Feb 27th Orillia Terriers at Stayner Siskins ppd
Feb 29th  Orillia Terriers 4 at Stayner Siskins 3
Mar 1st Orillia Terriers 3 at Stayner Siskins 4
Mar 3rd Stayner Siskins at Orillia Terriers  8:00 pm 
Mar 5th Orillia Terriers at Stayner Siskins 8:10 pm 

Mar 7th Stayner Siskins at Orillia Terriers  7:30 pm 
Mar 8th Orillia Terriers vs Stayner Siskins 1:30 pm
 


Penetanguishene Kings vs Alliston Hornets

Feb 25th Penetanguishene Kings 2 Alliston Hornets 6
Mar 1st Alliston Hornets 3 at Penetanguishene Kings 6

Mar 4th  Alliston Hornets at Penetanguishene Kings 8:00 pm
Mar 6th Penetanguishene Kings at Alliston Hornets 7:30 pm 
Mar 7th  Alliston Hornets at Penetanguishene Kings 8:00 pm

Mar 8th Penetanguishene Kings at Alliston Hornets 6:30 pm 
Mar 10th Penetanguishene Kings at Alliston Hornets 7:30 pm 


 

PJHL Pollock Division Semifinals

Mount Forest Patriots vs. Mitchell Hawks

Wed Feb 19 Mitchell Hawks 2 at Mount Forest Patriots 5
Sat Feb 22 Mount Forest Patriots 3 Mitchell Hawks 6
Sun Feb 23 Mitchell Hawks 1 at Mount Forest Patriots 0
Tue Feb 25 Mount Forest Patriots 4 Mitchell Hawks 2
Sat Feb 29 Mitchell Hawks 4 at Mount Forest Patriots 3
Sun Mar 1 Mount Forest Patriots 4 at Mitchell Hawks 3

Wed Mar 4 Mitchell Hawks at Mount Forest Patriots 8:30 p.m.
 


Wingham Ironmen vs Kincardine Bulldogs

Fri Feb 21 Kincardine Bulldogs 1 at Wingham Ironmen 4
Sat Feb 22 Wingham Ironmen 5 at Kincardine Bulldogs 4  (OT)
Sun Feb 23 Kincardine Bulldogs 3 at Wingham Ironmen 4
Wed Feb 26 Wingham Ironmen 3 at Kincardine Bulldogs 2

( Wingham sweeps the best of 7; 4-0 )
 

 

WOAA " AA " Semifinals

Ripley Wolves vs Minto 81's

Sat Feb 29 Minto 81's 6 at Ripley Wolves 0
Sun Mar 1 Ripley Wolves 4 Minto 81's 3

Sat Mar 7  Minto 81's at Ripley Wolves 7 pm
Tue Mar 10 Ripley Wolves at Minto 81's 8:30 pm

Fri Mar 13  Minto 81's at Ripley Wolves 8:30 pm 
Sun Mar 15 Ripley Wolves at Minto 81's 7 pm
Tue Mar 17  Minto 81's at Ripley Wolves 8:30 pm



Clinton Radars vs Tillsonburg Thunder 
( Revised )

Feb 28 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars ppd
Feb 29 Clinton Radars 1 at Tillsonburg Thunder 2

Mar 6 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars  8:30 pm
Mar 7 Clinton Radars at Tillsonburg Thunder  3:30 pm
Mar 8 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars 5 pm

Mar 13 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars  8:30 pm
Mar 14 Clinton Radars at Tillsonburg Thunder  7:30 pm
Mar 15 Tillsonburg Thunder at Clinton Radars 5 pm



WOAA " A " Semifinals

Lucknow Lancers vs Tavistock Royals

Feb 21 Lucknow Lancers 2 at Tavistock Royals  3
Feb 22 Tavistock Royals 4 at Lucknow Lancers 3
Feb 29 Lucknow Lancers 4 at Tavistock Royals 8
Mar 1 Tavistock Royals 6 at Lucknow Lancers  5
( Tavistock sweeps the best of 7; 4-0 )


Elora Rocks vs Milverton 4 Wheel Drives

Feb 21 Milverton 4 Wheel Drives 5 at Elora Rocks 3
Feb 23 Elora Rocks 7 at Milverton 4 Wheel Drives 6 (OT) 
Feb 28 Milverton 4 Wheel Drives 8 at Elora Rocks 6
Mar 1 Elora Rocks 3 at Milverton 4 Wheel Drives 4

Mar 6 Milverton 4 Wheel Drives at Elora Rocks  8:30 pm

Mar 7 Elora Rocks at Milverton 4 Wheel Drives   8:30 pm
Game 7 TBA





CWOSSA " A " Senior Girls Volleyball

at Walkerton District Community School

Championship Final

Walkerton Community Riverhawks 3 Valley Heights 1
( 25-21, 25-15, 21-25 & 25-13 )

The Lady Riverhawks advance and will host the OFSAA Championship March 9th-11th




CWOSSA " A " Junior Girls Volleyball

at Walkerton

Championship Final

Kincardine District Lady Knights 2 Delhi 1
( 25-23, 16-25 & 15-11 )
 


CWOSSA " AA " Senior Girls Volleyball

at Norwell District, Palmerston

The John Diefenbaker Lady Trojans finished 2nd in Pool B but were eliminated in the Semifinal by Galt 25-20 & 25-15

The Sacred Heart Crusaders were 4th in Pool A
 


CWOSSA " AA " Junior Girls Volleyball

at Wellington Heights, Mount Forest

The Grey Highlands Lions were 3rd in Pool A
The St Mary's Lady Mustangs were 4th in Pool B
 


CWOSSA " AAA " Girls Volleyball

at the University of Waterloo & Forest Heights

The Owen Sound Lady Wolves were 0 & 3 in both Senior & Junior Girls Pool play


 

CWOSSA " AA " Boys Basketball

at St James, Guelph

Senior

St Mary's Mustangs 42 Paris 32
St Mary's Mustangs 71 Holy Trinity 53

The Mustangs advance to the Semifinal vs Centre Dufferin


Galt 73 Grey Highlands Lions 19
Centre Dufferin 79 Grey Highlands Lions 29


Junior

Glenview 61 St Mary's Mustangs 53
Monsignor Doyle 72 St Mary's Mustangs 32

Sacred Heart Crusaders 49 Paris 29
Simcoe Composite 45 Sacred Heart Crusaders 35 

 



CWOSSA Curling

The CWOSSA Curling Championship begin today in Southampton and Port Elgin.

Play today will be followed by the Championship Games on Wednesday

The Walkerton Lady Riverhawks and Saugeen District Lady Royals will compete in the Girls Division

In the Boys Division, the St Mary’s Mustangs and Sacred Heart Crusaders are representing Bluewater
 


Owen Sound Industrial Curling League Playoffs

Week 1 Results

SMC Geomatics 2 Baywest Nissan 1
Clancy Builders 9 Joe Tomatoes 7
Environmental Sales & Service Ltd 6 Sound Heating & Cooling 5
Ottewell Fencing 9 G & M Electrical\Hooman's Home Renovation 5
McArthur Tire 9 Hopper Real Estate 0
Merrill Windows & Doors 5 Team Randi Belrose 4
Driv 9 Allan Cooke, HomeLife Bayside Realty  2


Week 2 Schedule 

Saturday, March 07, 2020

11:30 AM

Ice 1 Joe Tomatoes vs Hopper Real Estate
Ice 2 SMC Geomatics vs Clancy Builders
Ice 3 Environmental Sales & Service Ltd vs Ottewell Fencing

 

2:00 PM

Ice 1 Sound Heating & Cooling vs Team Randi Belrose
Ice 2 Baywest Nissan vs Merrill Windows & Doors
Ice 3 McArthur Tire vs Driv
Ice 4 G & M Electrical\Hooman's Home Renovation vs Allan Cooke, HomeLife Bayside Realty




Georgian Bay Phoenix Gynmanstics

A busy and successful weekend in Midland for Team Phoenix, over 550 athletes competed at the competition over the weekend!

Phoenix Gymnastics fielded its largest team ever with over

40 local athletes from age 7-16, levels 1-9 & Excel bronze to gold represented with Phoenix Gymnastics and came away with fabulous results. 

Over 120 medal placings earned and tonnes of personal growth. 
 

Highlights;

Level 1, Age 7&8: 
Brooklyn Leith; 1st vault, floor & All Around, 2nd Bars & Beam
Quinn Timmerman; 1st beam, 2nd floor, 3rd vault & bars, 2nd AA
Brooklynn Liepscher; 2nd vault & floor, 3rd AA
Ava MacKinnon; 1st bars, 4th AA
Evie Carrick; 3rd beam & floor, 5th AA

Level 1, Age 9; 
Kinslie Einoff, 1st AA
Level 2, Age 9; 
Alexis MacKinnon: 1st floor, 2nd bars, 3rd beam, 2nd AA
Charley Sollazzo: 1st vault & bars, 3rd AA
Alexis Sutherland: 4th floor, 5th beam, 4th AA

Level 3, Age 7&8: 
Carley Edmonstone; 1st bars, 3rd vault, beam & floor, 2nd AA

Level 3, Age 9: 
Piper Carrick; 3rd floor, 4th bars, beam & AA
Estella Harvie; 3rd bars, 5th floor, 4th AA

Level 3, Age 11: 
Andrea Koker; 2nd vault, bars, floor, AA, 3rd beam
Morgan Saker, 1st vault, 3rd bars & floor, AA

Level 3, Age 13: 
Hanna Cook 1st bars, 4th floor, 5th AA
Eira Hutchison 2nd bars, 6th vault & floor

Level 4, Age 10: 
Raynah Cook; 1st vault, beam & floor, 1st AA

Level 4, Age 11:
 Avery Lorentz: 2nd bars, beam & floor, 3rd vault, 2nd AA

Level 4, Age 12: 
Avalon Jackson: 2nd bars, floor, 3rd vault, 2nd AA
Makayla Howard: 3rd vault, bars & beam, 4th AA
Sophie Carrick: 5th vault

Level 4, Age 13: 
Avery Gill: 1st Beam, 5th vault & floor, 4th AA

Level 6, Age 12: 
Olivia Latham: 2nd vault, 3rd floor, 4th beam & bars, 3rd AA

Level 6, Age 13: 
Brooke MacWilliam: 2nd beam & floor, 4th vault & bars, 2nd AA

Level 6, Age 14: 
Makayla Bastarache; 3rd floor, 4th vault & AA
Rachael Urquhart 5th bars

Level 6, Age 15: 
Joslynn Wright: 2nd vault & floor, 4th bars & beam, 3rd AA

Level 7, Age 14; 
Julia McCutcheon: 3rd vault

Level 7, Age 16; 
Natalie Urquhart 6th bars
Bronze, Age 7&8: 
Olyvia Wagner: 1st AA

Bronze: 9 years: 
Brooklyn Richardson 1st bars, beam, 2nd vault, 3rd floor, 1st AA
Sophia Algera; 1st vault, 2nd bars, floor, 3rd beam, 2nd AA
Maeve Kivell: 1st floor, 2nd beam, 3rd bars, 3rd AA

Bronze, 10 yrs: 
Camilla Moebius: bronze vault, 4th floor

Bronze: 11-14 yrs: 
Payton Algera; 1st vault, bars, 3rd beam & floor, 1st AA
Eva Sword: 1st beam & floor, 2nd AA

Silver age 9 & 10: 
Laila MacVicar; 1st bars, beam, 2nd floor, vault, 1st AA
Jenna Cranny 1st vault, 2nd beam, 3rd bars & floor, 2nd AA
Mischa Savage: 1st floor, 4th AA

Gold 12-14yrs: 
Katie Marshall; 3rd beam, 1st floor, 2nd AA
Kyra Bryja:4th vault, beam, 2nd Floor, 4th AA
Eden McLean: 4th bars, 3rd floor, 6th AA
Macy Saker: 1st bars, 4th floor, 7th AA
Elyse Hartley: 1st beam, 4th floor
Maya Taylor: 3rd floor, 6th vault & bars

Gold 14+: 
Madeline Mothresell; 1st vault, floor, bars, 2nd beam, 1st AA
Meaghan Mothersell; 2nd bars, 3rd beam, 4th AA

Up next for our athletes is Provincial Championships for our level 6-9 athletes in April and
Orangeville for our level 1-4 & bronze-gold athletes later in March. 

More Phoenix Gymnastics results are posted at www.bayshorebroadcasting.ca



Minor Hockey

Bantam

Chatsworth Air Tech Mechanical Rebels 2 Walkerton Capitals 1

Air Tech Mechanical scored the winning goal with 4 seconds left in overtime to defeat the 



Peewee Girls Provincial Qualifier

Walkerton Capitals 4 Owen Sound Shannon Deckers at Remax Ice Hawks 1

Reagam Bujols, Addison Graul, Lydia McOntosj & Sphie Rock scored for the Capitals

Emma Cooper had the goal for Shannon Deckers at Remax

Sarah VanDrunen stopped 20 shots in net for the Ice Hawks.

Game 2 in the 4 point series is Wednesday at Walkerton.

The winner will advance to the OWHA Provincials in April.



Atom Girls Playoffs

Owen Sound Fox Chrysler Ice Hawks 2 Woolwich Wild.1 

Abby McMillan and Bronte Kirby.scored for Fox Chrysler


Owen Sound Fox Chrysler Ice Hawks 3 Woolwich Wild.1 

Bronte Kirby, Alyssa Law and Camryn Laycock scored for the Ice Hawks

Owen Sound will now play the Mount Forest Rams for the division championship and to earn a spot in the LLFHL Tournament of Champions.

 

OWHA Provincial Playdown 

Walkerton Capitals 4 Owen Sound Fox Chrysler Ice Hawks 3

Abby McMillan and Rory Jex scored for the Ice Hawks


Walkerton Capitals 0 Owen Sound Fox Chrysler Ice Hawks 0

Madison Feltis kept the series alive with a stellar performance in net.

Owen Sound travels to Walkerton on March 8th for a must-win game to earn a birth to the OWHA Provincial Championship.


 

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