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Monday, December 5, 2011

Minor Hockey Roundup

Owen Sound & Area | by Bayshore News Staff  

Minor Hockey Scores from weekend action involving Grey Bruce teams.


Midget Girls

 The TCDMHA Sierra Aggregates Midget C Rebel Girls participated in the St Thomas Panthers on the Prowl tournament this past weekend.  Although the outcome wasn't quite what they had hoped, the girls had a great time.  The Rebels faced the Mount Brydges Cougars in their first game.  They almost had it wrapped up when Shauna Greenwood popped one past Rebels netminder Patti Scarrow to tie the game.  There was a scramble in the Rebel's end with a little over a minute to go and Allison Thomas managed to put the Cougars ahead by 1.  The game ended in a 2-1 loss for the Rebels.
The Rebels came on strong in game 2 against the Parkhill Stars on Friday night.  Julie Row scored for the Stars midway through the first period. The Rebels fought back hard and Jacey Lisk managed to tie the game, assisted by Brianna Cook with only seconds to go to leave the Rebels with a 1-1 tie.

 The highlight of the weekend for the Rebels came in game 3 when the faced off against the Clearview Ice Cats on Saturday afternoon. Rebels players and fans went wild when newcomer Nicki-Lee Johnson scored her first ever career goal, assisted by Kristina Dyer.  This put the Rebels up 1-0. Samantha McDaid answered back for the Ice Cats near the end of period 2 to tie the game.  It was a hard played game by both teams, but McDaid managed to find the back of the Rebels net again with 44 seconds to go in the game, leaving the Rebels with a 2-1 loss.
The Rebels are on the road again this week.  They face Owen Sound at the Coliseum on Wednesday night at 7:30pm and travel to Meaford on Saturday for a 5:30pm start. 


Midget Girls

TCDMHA Town & Country Midget B Rebels hosted Georgian Shores on Sunday evening and with Georgian Shores on the board first, the Rebels picked up the pace and came back with 2 to end the game 2-1. 

Goal scorers for the Rebels were Karlee Sweiger and Sidney Vaivods. 

Next action for the Rebels December 5th in Southampton vs Saugeen Shores.



" AAA " Minor Midget

Halton Hurricanes 3 Grey-Bruce Garb & Gear Highlanders 2

Garb & Gear Min. Midget Game Summary:
1st period, 6:40, GBH, Brady Richards (Chesley) from Riley Robertson (Port Elgin)
2nd period- no scoring
3rd period, 15:05, GBH, Reid Simmons (Hepworth) from Braden Boley (Owen Sound)
3rd period, 7:46, Halton, PPG, #26 from #84 and #18
3rd period, 6:51, Halton, #96 from #14
3rd period, 3:48, Halton, #84 from #18 and #22

Malcolm Young (Orangeville) played well in goal for Grey Bruce


Brampton Battalion 2 Grey-Bruce Highlanders 1

Garb & Gear Min. Midget Game Summary:
1st period- no scoring
2nd period, 2:59, Brampton, PPG, #9 from #19 & #86
3rd period, 12:21, GBH, Josh Hopkin (Hanover) from Alex Riehl (Mount Forest)
3rd period, 8:39, Brampton, #7 from #19 & #86

Cam Harron (Shelburne) played very well for Grey Bruce in net.



Tri County Bantam

Owen Sound Gaviller and Company Attack 2 Woolwich Wildcats 0

Owen Sound goals were scored by Kyle Betts and Ryan Newell.

Shutout by Luke Aulthouse.


AAA Bantam

Grey-Bruce Highlanders 3 St. Catharines Niagara North 2

Game Notes
1st Period

  03:05 Stars' #13 scores; assisted by 16

  PIM:  GBH - 0 mins  Stars - 0 mins
  Shots on Goal for:  GBH - 9  Stars - 4

2nd Period

  07:26  Ben Van Ooteghem scores; assisted by Hunter Robins-Gibbons

  PIM:  GBH - 4 mins  Stars - 0 mins
  Shots on Goal for:  GBH - 8  Stars - 5

3rd Period

  13:22  Van Ooteghem scores; assisted by Garrett McFadden and Darcy Witt
  08:52  Stars'# 21 scoress; assisted by #19
  00:04  Spencer Elder scores unassisted

  PIM:  GBH - 0 mins  Stars - 2 mins
  Shots on Goal for:  GBH - 17  Stars - 5

Goalie of Record:
  Nick Redman - 45 mins


Stephens Equipment Bantam Highlanders Edge Out Niagara North

On their last visit to the Niagara region the Stephens Equipment Highlanders played 4:30 pm on the Sunday in a game against the Niagara North Stars at the St Catharines’ Sportsplex.  After a long drive down the team started off sluggishly in the first period and at 8:05 the Stars opened the scoring with a deflected shot from the left point.  In between the killing off of two short-handed situations in the second period, Ben Van Ooteghem (Saugeen Shores) tied up the game at 7:26 with an end-to-end rush and put in his own rebound, Hunter Robins-Gibbons (North Bruce Peninsula) assisting on the play.  Early in the third period the Highlanders took a 2-1 lead at 13:22, when Darcy Witt (Collingwood) won the face-off draw in the Stars zone back to Garrett McFadden at the point, whose snap shot towards the net was deflected in by Van Ooteghem.  At 8:52, the Stars tied the score up at 2-2 when a shot wide of the Highlanders net bounced out from behind the other side, where a Stars forward had a wide open net to pop the puck in.  Late in the game Nick Redman came up with a big save when the puck was turned over at the Highlanders’ blue line, allowing a Stars penalty killer to break in alone, only to be foiled by the quick glove of Redman.  With the clock running down and the puck in the Stars end of the ice, Spencer Elder (Owen Sound) knocked the puck off a Niagara North defence man’s stick.  With it sliding towards the goal, the Stars goalie came out to play the puck, but fanned on the clearing attempt.  Elder gave the puck another shove with his own stick to push it past the goalie and into the net at 0:04 to give the Stephens Equipment crew a 3-2 win.  The Highlanders will be playing in the Waterloo Gold Puck tournament through the upcoming Dec 9th to 11th weekend.



" AAA " Peewee

Brampton Battalion 11 Grey-Bruce Highlanders 0

Grey-Bruce Highlanders 3 Halton Hurricanes 2

Golden Stick awarded to Jack Armstron for his play in net.


Tri-County Peewee

Brampton 2 Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Construction Attack 1

Jordan Lawrence had the goal for Harold Sutherlands

Flamboro 3 Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Construction Attack 0

Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Construction Attack 3 Georgetown 2

Tanner Prior, Matt Lyall & Tyson Wilkins scored for Harold Sutherland Construction


Spencer and Mason Hanna both scored twice as the Township of Chatsworth
Desboro Garage PeeWee Rebels downed The Bruce Peninsula Wild #1 5-3 in local league action on Saturday. Kaiden Legge added a single.

Tayla Wilson, Luke Burrows scored for the Wild.


" AAA "Minor PeeWee

Grey-Bruce Highlanders 4 Halton Hurricanes 2

Grey-Bruce Highlanders 5 Halton Hurricanes 4


Minor PeeWee

Dundas 3 Owen Sound Garb & Gear Attack 2
Scoring for Owen Sound were:   
#8 Nathan Papke from #15 Branson Thalen
#8 Nathan Papke from #2 Josh Hamill                                                 
Woolwich 2 Owen Sound Garb & Gear Attack 0


Atom Girls

The TCDMHA Homelife Bayside Realty Atom Girls Rebels made the long trip to Blyth Saturday morning to play the second-place Bulldogs.  The long car ride did not seem to affect the girls' play, however, as they turned in one of their best performances of the season, narrowly losing to the Bulldogs 2-1.  Michaela Rodger opened the scoring for Blyth-Brussels with under a minute to go in the first period.  Rebels' centreman, Kirsten Sutter, weaved in and out of the Bulldogs' players as she carried the puck end-to-end, eventually lifting the puck over spawled-out goalie, Clarissa Gordon, and tying the game midway through the second.  Thirty four seconds later, the Bulldogs regained the lead as Rodger passed it back to Taylor McKee and she let a hard shot go from the point.  Despite many more chances at both ends, that is how the score remained as the buzzer sounded at the end of the game.  Grace Vokes was solid in net for the Rebels and Tristin Brown earned her team's player-of-the game award for single-handedly stopping at least three more Bulldogs' goals and for her strong defensive play.   Rebels see their next action Wednesday at home versus their rivals, the Owen Sound Ice Hawks.



The Owen Sound Leeder & Associates Attack lost both road games on the weekend.

Friday night they lost to Elmvale 5-0.

On Sunday they lost in Wasaga Beach 9 to 2.

Scoring for Owen Sound was Jerrid Fossold unassisted,  and then Dominic Millman and Kaleb Sutherland picking up the assist.



Newmarket Minor Atom Tournament

Owen Sound BDO Dunwoody Attack 4 Credit Valley 2

Mitch Kaufman, Sam Shakes, Andrew Suchomel and Travis Morrison scored for  Owen Sound.

Owen Sound BDO Dunwoody Attack 3 East Gwillimbury 1

Nick Mandeno, Sam Shakes and Jaden Goldie scored for Owen Sound

West London 5 Owen Sound BDO Dunwoody Attack 2


Semi Finals

Owen Sound BDO Dunwoody Attack 6 Leaside 2

Scoring for Owen Sound:
Jaden Goldie, Mitch Kaufman, Reid Thomson, Joel Coghlin, Sam Shakes and Andrew Suchomel.

Championship Final

Owen Sound BDO Dunwoody Attack 4 West London 3 in overtime/shootout

Scoring for Owen Sound
Kaleb Martin
Mitch Kaufman
Joel Gallagher

Sam Shakes scored  the only goal in the shootout

Mason Adams was in net for the win




The Owen Sound Novice Rep team played the Elmvale Coyotes Saturday at the Bayshore.  Gavin Downs scored 4 goals.  Kieran Moore, Caleb Morrison, Spencer Maddock, Drayton Howell and Liam Barrett each added singles in the 9-3 win.


The TCDMHA "Horton's Concrete Finishing" Novice Rep Rebels defeated the Bruce Peninsula Wild 8 to 3 Saturday in Keady.  Nick Garrett had the hat trick for the Rebels, Caron Yost scored 2 and single goals by Jakob Moran, Calvin Stewart and Kloey Jex.  Assists to Alex Dejong, Ethan Harrison, Austin Waite and Moran (2).  Dylan Houde scored all three goals for the Wild


Owen Sound Firefighters Minor Bantam Junior Attack scores:
Thursday vs. Caledon @ Caledon - W 3-1
Goals scored by Cole Walker, Jon Frook, Trent Duncan
Saturday vs. Burlington @ Bayshore L 4-3
Goals scored by Duncan, Jake McNabb, Nick Kazarian
Sunday vs. Caledon @ Bayshore W 1-0
Jake McNabb scored. Kallen Macumber in goal for the shutout.


The TCDMHA Ed McNabb Roofing Bantam LL Rebels hosted Walkerton Saturday in Chatsworth. The Rebels Won -.5-0.
Will McNabb Led the scoring with a Hat Trick, and Evan Longland replied with 2.
Ethan Fennell recorded the Shutout.


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