MIDGET GIRLS TIE & WIN
The TCDMHA Town & Country Garden Centre Midget C Rebel Girls played games 2 & 3 of their provincial playdown action this weekend. They traveled to
Meaford to face the Georgian Shores Lightening Friday night, coming out with a 3-3 tie. Scoring for the Rebels were Erin Potter, McKenna Yost and Jacey Lisk. Scoring for Georgian Shores were Julia Razeau, Tori Johnston and Emma Page.
The Rebels were on the road again on Saturday to face off against the Markdale Shooting Stars. Goal tender Michelle McNabb was on fire, leading her team to a 3-0 victory. Kaitlyn Patchell, McKenna Yost and Courtney Torrie all managed to find the back of the net for the Rebels. The Rebels host the Owen Sound Ice Hawks this Friday night at 9pm at the Chatsworth Arena for the 4th and deciding game to see who advances to round 2 of the playoff action.
Lightning Advance To 2nd Round
The 1st place Saugeen Maitland Midget Lightning AA's advanced to the 2nd round of their Lower Lakes playoff round after two wins and a tie against a scrappy 8th place Windsor Wildcat team this weekend. The Lightning will now play the Waterloo Ravens in a 2nd round match up.
Picking up the winning goal in the pivotal 3rd game against Windsor was veteran, Laken Smith while goaltender, Stephanine Sluys went undefeated in weekend play. Also scoring on the weekend for Saugeen was Marcie Landman (3), Dollee Meigs (2), Georgia Ottewell and Brittany Butcher while assists went to Gina Murray (3), Ashley Reid (3), Brooklyn Irwin, Laura Irwin, Hannah Davidson, Nicole Marriage and Kelly Garrow.
This coming weekend, the Lighting will be taking part is the O.W.H.A. Provincial Championships in Brampton with the gold medal winner advancing to the Esso Cup National Women's Midget hockey Championships in St. Albert, Alberta in April. The Bolts will see tough competition in their opening round robin play. Saugeen will play games against league rival Wateroo, as well as, Kingston and the Thunder Bay Queens who currently sit as the 2nd ranked Midget team in Canada and last year's Canadian and OWHA gold medal winners. Playing in goal for Thunder Bay is Amanda Makela, a member of Canada's Under 18 team and recent silver medalist at the I.I.H.F. World Championships. The Lighting will enter the provincials as the 11th ranked team out of 89 elite Midget teams in Canada and boast an overall record of 38 wins, 14 losses and 10 ties which includes only one loss in their past 14 games.
Midget Local League Playoff Game
TCDMHA played the first game of the 6 team round robin home and away series at Ayton against Normanby Friday February 11 at 7:30. Normanby won 4-3 in a see-saw battle, with TCDMHA Sierra Aggregates Rebels dominating the shots on goal. Jesse Fennell scored all 3 goals for the Rebels, including a short handed goal on a break-away. Brandon Brill scored 2 goals for Normanby, while Richard Hawksworth and Ryan Bradley each added a goal. TCDMHA plays the next playoff game Monday night in Chatsworth against Bruce Penninsula.
AAA Minor Midget
KIA OF OWEN SOUND GREY BRUCE HIGHLANDERS AAA MINOR MIDGETS
Kia of Owen Sound Grey Bruce Highlanders AAA Minor Midgets continued their regular season action with two wins this weekend. They competed with a home game on Sunday against Hamilton in Markdale and travelled to Guelph on Saturday.
The weekend started on the road on Saturday with a 4-0 win against the Guelph Jr. Storm with Matt Cruickshank (2), Lauchlin Elder and Thomas Kesheshian scoring the Highlanders goals. The Highlanders then hosted the Hamilton Bulldogs and again won 4-2. Highlander scoring came from Nate Kramer (2), Lauchlin Elder and Zachary Coulter.
Highlanders vs. Guelph
G-Cruickshank A-Coulter A-Elder
G-Elder A-Coulter A-Eagles
G-Cruickshank A-Elder A-Eagles
G-Kesheshian A-Graham A-Cruickshank
Highlanders vs. Hamilton
G-Elder A-Forslund A-Eagles
G-Kramer A-Elder A-Forslund
In OWHA playdowns:
On Sunday February 13th the Owen Sound Grey Bruce Water Company Bantam Girls won against Durham 5-1. Scoring for Owen Sound was Sarah Haefling with2 and singles from Abbi Hartley, Selina Kazarian and Katie Langdon. Durham’s goal Jessica Bovingdon.
On Sunday February 13th the Squire John’s Grey-Bruce Highlanders Minor Bantams hosted the Oakville Rangers in Chesley. This would be their last regular season game between the two teams and each team wanted to send a message to the other team in preparation for the SCTA Qualifier Tournament in Welland.
For the first period both teams cautiously tested each other’s defence and it ended in a 0-0 draw. The second period turned out to be the complete opposite. Early in the period Oakville drew a penalty and while short-handed scored a goal at 13:14 to take a 1-0 lead. For about the next nine minutes the play kept going back and forth, with some sustained pressure by both teams a few times in that time span. Then at 4:22 Oakville struck again to go ahead 2-0, and a little over a minute later scored again to widen the lead to 3-0. At 2:17 the Highlanders drew their first penalty of the game and had killed it off, but before the returning player could get back into the play the Rangers found the back of the net at 0:14 to send the Highlanders to the dressing room down 4-0.
The third period started out a lot like the first period, and at 8:11 the Highlanders drew their second penalty of the game. After successfully killing it off, the team’s spirits lifted and after keeping the puck in the Ranger’s end on a clearing attempt, Jamison Buck (Collingwood) fired the puck in towards the Rangers goal. Ben Van Ooteghem (Saugeen Shores) tried re-directing the puck past the goaltender who stopped it but gave up a rebound, which Van Ooteghem deposited into the net. The team not yet giving up, Garrett McFadden (Kincardine) lifted a high saucer pass out of the Highlanders zone that sailed onto the Ranger’s net. The goaltender stopped but did not cover up the puck as Logan Davidson (Creemore) streaked in and knocked the puck into the net through the five hole with 1:06 to play. Final score of the game was 4-2 in Oakville’s favour. Next weekend the Highlanders will be on the road with two games on Saturday versus the Guelph Storm and Burlington Eagles, then one against St Catharines Falcons on Sunday.
The Peewee Rebels girls house league team played two matches over the weekend. They were victorious each time!!!! The first game was played on Sat. Feb. 12 against Mount Forest. The Rebels beat the Rams 3-1. The Rebels goals were scored by Carlie Cook, who scored one goal for the cause. The other two goals were scored by Natalie Stephens. The Ram's goal was scored by Matthea Smart.
The second game was played against Walkerton on Sun. Feb. 13th. The Rebels beat the Hawks 3-0. The goals were scored by Colleen McNabb, Valerie Gibbons, and Natalie Stephens.
AAA Minor Peewee
Grey-Bruce Highlanders & Guelph Jr. Storm tied 2-2
The Waste Management Minor PeeWee played their last home game of the 2010-2011 season in Markdale on Sunday and tied our Guelph Storm rivals in a hard fought fast paced hockey game. Scoring for the Highlanders was Scott Chisholm and Jakob Lee. The Highlanders are on the road for a double header in St Catharines next Saturday to finish our regular season.
Brampton Battalion 8 Grey-Bruce Highlanders 2
Noah Johnson assisted by Jakob Lee and Troy Weber
Lee from Weber added the 2nd marker.
Leeder and Associates atom rep
Os beat Stayner 3-0 to take a 2-0 series lead in Georgian Bay Minor Hockey League playoff series Friday night in Stayner. Malachai Albrecht recorded the shut out. Connor Roberts with 2 and Shawn Keuken for the winners.
Os beat Stayner 9-1 in Georgian Bay League Minor Hockey action Sunday
afternoon at the Bayshore. Two goal scorers were Branson Thalen, Drake
Laplante and Connor Roberts with Hayden Coulter,Ryan McNeill and Shawn
Keuken scoring singles. OS now advances to the semi-finals against
Collingwood. The playoff schedule for that series is yet to be established.
Tyler Scott led the charge with 5 goals as the Brian Pickett Ride Centre Jr. Attack Atom AE squad beat Elmvale 9 – 1 at the Bayshore Saturday afternoon in Georgian Bay playoffs. Jordan Smith picked up 2 goals with Seamus Furness and Nathan Papke adding singles.
Hillary Holyome, Jordan Smith, Tyler Scott, Carter Glynn, Brady Blackman, Cameron Wayland, Ryan Ames and Tre Govier picked up the assists.
The Attack tied visiting Midland 3 – 3 Sunday afternoon. Goals by Jordan Smith, Tre Govier and Tyler Scott. Assists went to Carter Glynn, Alexander Knights, Hillary Holyome, Brady Blackman and Ryan Ames.
OMHA Atom Rep Quarter Finals
The TCDMHA Great Lakes Frame Company Atom Rebels went into Saturday's game in Mildmay, down 3 points to 1. Saturday's game end in another exciting tie at 3-3. Owen Torrie, Zack Vokes and Ty Mountain scored for the Rebels. This tie brought us back to Keady for Sunday's game. It was a do or die situation for the Rebels and it looked like another overtime was in the near future. Unfortunately, with only 44 seconds left in the third period, Mildmay was able to score. The Rebels faught hard and they even hit the puck off the post, but it was not to be. Mildmay won 4-3 and took the series and the trophy. Goals for the Rebels came from Reid Gill, Owen Torrie and Hana Solinger.
Owen Sound Canadian Tire Attack 7 Penetanguishene 2
Brayden Krueger 3
On February 12th 2011, the TCDMHA Ed McNabb Roofing Novice LL# 1 Rebels finished their regular season with a game against the TCDMHA Desboro Tire Novice LL#2 squad. The LL#1 squad beat out their Association colleagues by a score of 6-1.
Scoring for the LL#1 Squad were Landon Heathers with two goals, Nick Garrett with a pair of goals. Chris Hardman and Dalan Frook each added a single marker. Garrett and Hardman each added an assist as well.
Jakob Moran scored the lone goal for the LL#2 team
TCDMHA " Don Crawford Carpentry" Tyke Rebels
Game played Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011
Tyke Rebels vs Shallow Lake
Score TCDMHA 15 Shallow Lake 5
Adam Gorman 5, Dylan Ledingham 4, William Hoare 3,
Amber Baker 1, Dakota McComb 1, Karissa Rasmussen 1
Ty Cavallin 2, Nathan Rouse 1, Hayden MacIntyre 1, Hayden Hofstetter 1.