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Weiler Wallops Mexico

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

Nov 6/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports


WBSC America's Under 17 Men's Softball Qualifier

at Guatemala City, Guatemala

Canada 7 Mexico 0

Matthew Weiler of Hepworth had a 3 run homer for Canada who are 2 & 1 at the tournament

Jackson Pegelo from Cargill was 2 for 3 in the victory

Owen Rahn of Durham is also on Team Canada who are 2 & 1 at the event 

This afternoon, Canada takes on Panama ( 1 & 2 )

 

Softball Canada Release

The Canadian U17 Junior Men’s National Team got their bats going and blanked previously unbeaten Mexico 7-0 in five innings at the Pan American Softball Championship on Tuesday. Andrew Van Boekel (Bright, Ont.) limited Mexico to only one hit over four strong innings and Canada got a three-run homerun by Matthew Weiler (Hepworth, Ont.) in the top of the first as Mexico was never in the game.
 
Team Canada did not waste any time getting on the scoreboard early, as Mason McKay (Tavistock, Ont.) drew a one-out walk, moved up to third on a single to left by Connor Brooks (Napanee, Ont.) and scored on a single by Jackson Pegelo (Cargill, Ont.) that dropped in front of the diving centerfielder to open the scoring in the top of the first inning. Weiler immediately stepped up and drilled the first pitch he saw deep over the centerfield fence, giving Canada a big 4-0 lead. In the top of the second, Brock Fencott (Belleville, Ont.) reached on an infield single to third and raced around to score when the third baseman threw the ball away at first on a ground ball and the catcher was unable to secure the ball on the play at the plate.
 
Pegelo led off the third with a double to center, advanced to third on a passed ball and later scored on a sacrifice fly to center by Max Major (Delisle, Sask.). After drawing a walk, Weiler went on to score on a passed ball as Canada built a 7-0 lead.
 
Mexico got its only hit in the game on a bunt single to lead off the bottom of the fourth, but Van Boekel went on to leave him stranded at first with fly out to left and a par of strikeouts. Reese Yantzi (Shakespeare, Ont.) retired Mexico in order in the bottom of the fifth to end the game on the run-ahead rule.
 
Van Boekel allowed only one hit and struck out four in his four innings of work to earn the win, while Yantzi struck out one in his clean inning. Weiler’s three-run homerun was the key hit for Canada, with Pegelo going 2-for-3 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored. Brooks and Fencott each singled and scored to round out Canada’s five hits.
 
The win improved Canada’s record to 2-1 while Mexico dropped to 3-1. A key game between the United States (1-1) and Argentina (1-1) will take place this evening. Canada will be back in action with a game against Panama (1-2) at 2:00pm CST (3:00pm EST) on Wednesday.




Bluewater " AA " Senior Girls Basketball Playoffs

at St Mary's High School, Owen Sound

Championship

St. Mary's Mustangs 42 Grey Highlands Lions 28


Semifinals

St. Mary's Mustangs 54 John Diefenbaker Trojans 13
Grey Highlands Lions 36 Sacred Heart Crusaders 28




Bluewater " AA " Junior Girls Basketball

at St Mary's

Championship

Sacred Heart Crusaders 45 St Mary's Mustangs 28


Semifinal

St. Mary's Mustangs 45 Saugeen District Royals 21





CWOSSA " A " Senior Boys Volleyball Qualifier

at Walkerton

Championship

Walkerton Riverhawks 3 Peninsula Shores Phoenix 0 ( 25-18, 25-22 & 25-18 )



CWOSSA " A " Junior Boys Volleyball Qualifier

at Sacred Heart High School & Walkerton

Championship

Walkerton Riverhawks 3 Bruce Peninsula Panthers 0  ( 25-13, 25-13 & 25-18 )


Semifinals

Walkerton Riverhawks 3 Georgian Bay Thunder 0
Bruce Peninsula Panthers defeated Kincardine District Knights 



CIBC Canada Russia Series

at Moncton, New Brunswick

Quebec League Stars 4 Team Russia 3  (OT)

Thursday, the Ontario Hockey League All Stars will meet the Russians in Kitchener

Owen Sound Attack forward Aidan Dudas is the captain of the OHL squad.

 

Canadian Hockey League Release

Halifax Mooseheads forward Raphael Lavoie played the overtime hero in Game 2 of the 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series to help Team QMJHL come away with a 4-3 victory.
The deciding goal marked the second tally of the night for Lavoie, who opened the scoring less than two minutes into the initial frame on a quick low shot that beat Russian netminder Amir Miftakhov who made his first appearance of the tournament.

Closing out the first period, the Russians evened the score when forward Egor Sokolov of the Cape Breton Eagles notched his first of the tournament after side stepping the defender before breaking into the crease and burying his own second chance to pick up a late marker.
Team QMJHL then regained its lead with another early goal coming at the 1:52 mark of the second period when Baie-Comeau Drakkar forward and Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Nathan Legare buried a perfect no-look feed from defenceman and 2020 NHL Draft hopeful Jeremie Poirier.
Russia would tie it however just 73 seconds later on a tremendous individual effort by Rimouski Oceanic forward

Dmitry Zavgorodniy who used his quick speed to drive to the net and put one by netminder Olivier Rodrigue of the hometown Moncton Wildcats. The tally marked the third of the tournament for the Calgary Flames prospect.
The second period was then met with another quick scoring succession as Russia first regained the lead following a goal by Maxim Groshev who worked relentlessly to bang home a puck to give the Russians a 3-2 lead.
But it was just 35 seconds later when Team QMJHL again capitalized on a goal by Drummondville Voltigeurs forward and 2020 NHL Draft eligible Dawson Mercer who connected with Wildcats hero Jakob Pelletier for the second game in a row to even the game at three a side. Through two contests, Mercer, who was the Player of the Game for Team QMJHL in Game 1, has collected two goals and one assist.

Overtime was then needed after a scoreless third period sent the two sides to extra time knotted at three before Lavoie capitalized from in close to cap the comeback for Team QMJHL as the squad picked up its first win in the annual showcase for the first time since 2017.

In all, Tuesday marked the second straight game in which Lavoie has found the scoresheet after he recorded his first goal in Monday’s series opener. The budding talent now stands with a team-leading three goals across two games.

The 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series, which sees the CHL hold a 4-2 point margin through two games, now shifts to Kitchener on Thursday where Team OHL led by Owen Sound Attack forward and Los Angeles Kings prospect Aidan Dudas will take on the Russians before shifting to London on Monday.



The Ontario Hockey League, in association with the Canadian Hockey League, today announced that Guelph Storm teammates Nico Daws and Cam Hillis have been added to the Team OHL roster for Game 3 of the 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series scheduled for Thursday, November 7 in Kitchener.

Daws replaces Kitchener Rangers goaltender Jacob Ingham who is unable to compete due to injury, while Hillis replaces injured Barrie Colts forward Ryan Suzuki.
Additional roster notes for Game 3 include the addition of Ottawa 67's goaltender Cedrick Andree to the Team OHL lineup. He'll take the place of Peterborough Petes goaltender Hunter Jones who shifts into Andree's former spot for Game 4 of the series on Monday in London.

Daws, a 19-year-old from Burlington, Ont. currently leads the OHL with a .933 save percentage to go along with a 2.48 goals-against average and 5-1-1-2 record over nine appearances this season. The 6-foot-4, 202Ib. netminder is in the midst of his third OHL season after hoisting the Robertson Cup as an OHL champion with the Storm last spring. Daws was Guelph's seventh round pick in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection and was recently named OHL 'On the Run' Player of the Week for the week of games ending October 27th.

A third round pick of the Montreal Canadiens in the 2018 NHL Draft, Storm captain Cam Hillis is currently second in team scoring with 20 points (5-15--20) over 14 games this season. The 19-year-old Enniskillen, Ont. native is in his third OHL season, coming off an injury-shortened 2018-19 campaign that yielded 22 points (10-12--22) over 33 games. Hillis represented Team Cherry at the 2018 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Guelph before being selected by the Canadiens. The former OHL Cup champion was Guelph's second round (29th overall) pick in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection.
 

2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series Schedule:

Game 1 – Monday November 4 at Saint John, NB: Russia 4, QMJHL 3
Game 2 – Tuesday November 5 at Moncton, NB: QMJHL 4 Russia 3 (OT)

Game 3 – Thursday November 7 at Kitchener, ON
Game 4 – Monday November 11 at London, ON
Game 5 – Wednesday November 13 at Saskatoon, SK
Game 6 – Thursday November 14 at Prince Albert, SK





Ontario Hockey League

Peterborough Petes 5 Kingston Frontenacs 3

 

Petes 5 Frontenacs 3

Brady Hinz scored twice for the Petes who are tied with Ottawa for 3rd in the Eastern Conference.

Max Grondin had a goal & 3 points for Peterborough

John Parker-Jones and Keegan McMullen also scored in the victory
 
Jake Murray, Zayde Wisdom and Nick Wong scored for Kingston who have lost 9 in a row & have 1 win in 16 games this season


The Owen Sound Attack are at home twice this weekend

Saturday they host the London Knights on " Woolley's Warriors " Night

Sunday afternoon, the Attack host the Erie Otters

You can hear Sunday's game live on 560 CFOS with Matt Hermiz


WESTERN CONFERENCE

Windsor             14 10 3 1 0 21
Owen Sound     15 9 4 1 1 20
Flint                     15 10 5 0 0 20
Saginaw             17 9 6 1 1 20
Erie                     17 8 6 1 2 19
London              14 8 4 1 1 18
Guelph               14 7 4 1 2 17
Kitchener           14 6 4 2 2 16
Sarnia                 15 7 8 0 0 14
Sault Ste Marie 17 6 10 1 0 13



EASTERN CONFERENCE

Oshawa          16 12 3 0 1 25
Sudbury           18 11 7 0 0 22
Ottawa             16 12 4 0 0 24
Peterborough 17 12 5 0 0 24
Barrie              16 10 5 0 1 21
Hamilton         18 8 9 1 0 17
Niagara           18 5 10 2 1 13
Mississauga   15 5 10 0 0 10
North Bay       16 3 13 0 0 6
Kingston         16 1 12 2 1 5




World Under 17 Hockey Challenge

at Swift Current & Medicine Hat

Canada Black 5 United States 4  (OT)

Canada Black has won all 3 of their games in overtime or shootout and finished 2nd in their pool

Kaleb Lawrence of the Owen Sound Attack is on Canada Black.

In the Quarterfinals Canada Black will face Russia

 

Hockey Canada Release

Danny Zhilkin (Mississauga, Ont./Guelph, OHL) tied it on the power play with 1:12 to go and Shane Wright (Burlington, Ont./Kingston, OHL) finished it 3:20 into overtime as Canada Black closed out the preliminary round at the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge with a 5-4 win over the United States on Tuesday afternoon.

The single point the Americans earned for the extra-time loss was enough to clinch first place in Group A despite Black going through the prelims without a loss – it beat the U.S. and Canada White in overtime, and downed the Czech Republic in a shootout.


Canada Red 7 Finland 2
Canada White 3 Czech Republic 0
Russia 5 Sweden 4




Ontario Junior Hockey League

Toronto Jr Canadiens 5 Whitby Fury 2

Stouffville Spirit 6 Markham Royals 0

Luke Strickland had a 4 point game for Stouffville who are 1 point back of Collingwood for 1st in the North Division.
Collingwood will host the Pickering Panthers at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena
 

 

North Division

Collingwood 21 11 6 1 3 26
Stouffville 21 12 8 0 1 25
Markham 21 9 10 0 2 20
Pickering 17 7 10 0 0 14
Aurora 20 3 14 0 3 9


West Division

Oakville 21 16 4 1 0 33
Burlington 20 14 4 1 1 30
Georgetown 19 9 6 2 2 22
Brantford 19 10 9 0 0 20
Buffalo 16 6 9 0 1 13
Milton    19 5 11 1 2 13


South Division

Tor Patriots 20 17 2 0 1 35
Tor Jr Can 21 13 4 2 2 30
St Michaels 21 9 8 0 4 22
Mississauga 19 7 9 1 2 17
Brampton 20 8 12 0 0 16
North York 20 6 10 1 3 16


East Division

Wellington 21 17 3 1 0 35
Trenton 24 17 6 0 1 35
Whitby 20 8 8 1 3 20
Cobourg 20 5 11 3 1 14
Lindsay 22 4 16 1 1 10




PJHL Carruthers Division

Alliston Hornets 9 Huntsville Otters 3

Ryan Sallows had a 5 point game for the Hornets.

Keegan Gillis-McAnulty had 2 goals and 5 points for Alliston who moved 4 points up on Stayner for 1st place.

Cam Walters, Chris Locke & Graeme MacDougall scored for Huntsville

 


Hornets 9 Otters 3

Period 1
Alliston - Ryan Sallows (Keegan Gillis-McAnulty, Caden Maher) 6:38
Alliston - Ben Beausaert (Colin Ewing (AP), Didier Koenigs) 8:20
Alliston - Keegan Gillis-McAnulty (Ryan Sallows) 11:02
Alliston - Ryan Sallows (Keegan Gillis-McAnulty, Caden Maher) 14:14

Period 2
Alliston - Ryan Sallows (Keegan Gillis-McAnulty, Caden Maher) 3:22
Huntsville - Cam Walters (Cole Earl, Graeme MacDougall) 5:34
Huntsville - Chris Locke (Cody Jones, Nick Coleman) 13:37
Alliston - Rhys Brown (Cole Turcotte (AP)) 16:14

Period 3
Alliston - Keegan Gillis-McAnulty (Adrian Ludiciani, Kyle Besley) 4:40
Alliston - Caden Maher (Liam Kendall, Ryan Sallows) 4:56
Alliston - Rhys Brown (Cole Turcotte (AP)) 5:53
Huntsville - Graeme MacDougall (Cam Walters, Cody Jones) 6:47


Carruthers Division Standings 

Alliston 15 11 2 0 2 24
Stayner 15 10 5 0 0 20
Orillia    14 9 5 0 0 18
Schomberg 17 7 8 1 1 16
Penetang 15 7 8 0 0 14
Caledon 15 6 7 1 1 14
Midland 15 5 10 0 0 10
Huntsville 14 4 10 0 0 8

 

PJHL Pollock Division Tonight

Mitchell Hawks at Wingham Ironmen 8:00 PM


Pollock Division Standings

Wingham 17 12 4 1 0 25
Mount Forest 15 11 3 1 0 23
Mitchell 17 10 6 0 1 21
Kincardine 14 9 5 0 0 18
Hanover 15 8 6 0 1 17
Walkerton 16 2 13 0 1 5
Goderich 16 2 14 0 0 4

 

PJHL West

Essex 73's 9 Dresden Kings 5


PJHL South

Grimsby Peach Kings 1 Hagersville Hawks 0 





Brokerlink Insurance Grey Bruce Major Curling League

Week # 1

at Port Elgin Curling Club  

8 pm

Mike Hamer vs Don Bartley
Joey Rettinger vs Pete Newton
Brett McAllister vs Al Hutchinson
Adam Alpaugh vs Scott Davidson
TBA Steve Gregg vs Shawn Kaufman





Minor Hockey

Bantam

South Bruce Blades 2 Chatsworth Air Tech Mechanical Rebels 0




Owen Sound Futsal

Under 12

Grey Motors Mazda 7 Baywest Toyota 5
KIA of OS & the Ramoca Shrine Club tied 5-5



Grey Motors Mazda 7 Baywest Toyota 5

Goal scorers for green Motors Mazda were: Hunter Rankin 2, Eddie Kirejaw 2, Austin Reich 1, and James Dafe 2. 

Goal scorers for Baywest Toyota were: Brody Cressman 2, Aiden Flight 1, and Jesse Stewart 2.
 


KIA of OS & the Ramoca Shrine Club tied 5-5

Goal scorers for Ramoca Shrine Club were: Jackson Kuhl 1, Brody McGregor 1, Meridyth French 1, Judah Hoekstra 1 and Taren Coulson 1.

Goal scorer for KIA of OS was: Alec Andonov 5.

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