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Monday, November 12, 2012

Minor Hockey Results

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

Plenty of action for Minor Hockey teams from across our region, as submitted.

Plenty of action for Minor Hockey teams from across our region, as submitted.


The TCDMHA Town & Country Garden Centre Midget B Rebels tamed the West Grey Wildcats 11-1 in regular league action on Sunday.  

Scoring for the Rebels were Kristina Dyer (3), Amanda Cook, Morgan Potter (2), Courtney Torrie, Brianna Cook, Catherine Bradley, Lexy Horton and Sidney Vaivods. 

Assists go to Torrie (4), Bailey Longland (2),  Abby Doig (2), Karlee Sweiger , Bradley, Horton (3), Dyer(2), B Cook, A Cook, Potter.

Scoring the lone goal for the Wildcats  was Kerri Schuknecht.


AAA Midget

Grey-Bruce Garb & Gear Highlanders 5 Burlington Eagles 2

Garb & Gear Midget Game Summary:
1st period, 19:05, Burlington, #6 from #3 and #14
1st period, 10:17, GBH (PPG) Josh Perdue (Port Elgin) from Quinten Bruce (Grand Valley) and Liam Francis (Mt. Forest)
1st period, 8:02, GBH (PPG) Colin Rigney (Singhampton) from Justin Graham (Shelburne) and Ben Scheel (Kincardine)
1st period, 3:26, GBH, Justin Graham unassisted
2nd period, no scoring.
3rd period, 16:16, GBH, Josh Perdue unassisted.
3rd period, 8:25, Burlington, #10 from #16 and #6
3rd period, 1:53, GBH, Jamison Buck AP (Collingwood) from Brandon Eagles (Meaford) and Garrett McFadden AP (Kincardine)

Tibor Svitek (Guelph) earns the win in goal for Grey Bruce.



Owen Sound Crescent Club Attack 5 Dundas 5

Scoring for the Cresents
Ryan Winters 2
Joseph Lowden 1
Josh Deyell 1
John McCrae 1

Owen Sound Cresent Club Attack 2 Brampton 1

Scoring for the Cresents
Skylar Leblanc 1
Ryan Winters 1


AAA Minor Midget

Grey-Bruce Stephens Equipment Highlanders 1 Oakville Rangers 1


Stephens Equipment Highlanders Win One and Tie One

This week the Stephens Equipment Highlanders hosted two home games, one on Tuesday night against the Burlington Eagles and the other Saturday afternoon versus the number one ranked Oakville Rangers.

The Tuesday night game started off slowly but as the game progressed the Highlanders put on more pressure and with about 2-1/2 minutes left in the 1st period Brady Anderson scored on a nice set up by Ethan Skinner to give the Stephens Equipment team a 1-0 lead going into the next period.

Early in the second period Ben Van Ooteghem put the Highlanders up 2-0 when he was sent in alone on the net by Kyle Betts.   Garrett McFadden also assisted on the play.  Forty seconds later Caleb Stephens found himself alone with the puck at the side of the net and stuffed it in for a 3-0 Highlanders lead; Spencer Elder and Jamison Buck assisting on the goal.

Six minutes into the third period the Highlanders took a 4-0 lead when Skinner knocked his own rebound shot into the net.  About two minutes later the Eagles spoiled Tyler Fassl's shutout bid with a power play goal and end the game with a 4-1 win for the Highlanders.

On Saturday the Stephens Equipment Highlanders hosted the Oakville Rangers in Chesley.  The last time they met the Highlanders quickly opened a 2-0 only to see the Rangers come back to win.  This time Oakville got the jump on the Highlanders, scoring about two minutes into the first period for a 1-0 lead. The home team held off the Rangers to get through the period as the visitors pressed hard, having lost earlier this week to the Southern Tier Admirals and wanting to get back on the horse - so to speak.

The second period saw the play even out more but saw a penalty shot awarded to the Rangers when a defending Highlander player put his hand on the puck in the crease during a penalty kill.   Goalie Nick Redman came up with a big glove save to keep the score at 1-0.  The Highlanders then had some of their own scoring chances to tie up the game but couldn't capitalize on the plays. Finally, with about 4-1/2 minutes left in the game the Highlanders evened up the score.  It started with Anderson completing his fore-check deep in the
Rangers end which freed the puck for Jordan Vanhaelemeesch, who passed it to Skinner, left alone in front of the net.   Skinner beat the Oakville net minder to tie the game for the final 1-1 score.

The Highlanders next game will be Saturday, November 17th when they travel to Niagara Falls to play a double-header against the River men and then on Sunday a match versus the Welland Southern Tier Admirals.


The Owen Sound Attack Aveda Mane Street Hair Salon Minor Midgets played 3 Tri-County Hockey  games this weekend.

On Friday they beat the Ancaster Avalanche 5-2 in Ancaster.

Leading the scoring was Steve Langendoen with a hat trick, Ryan Newell and  Mitch Wand added singles.

Saturday in Brampton the team lost 8-1 against the Battalion.

Brydon Adams was the lone scorer.

Sunday the team lost a hard fought contest at the JMRRC against Ayr 2-1 with Mitch Wand scoring for Owen Sound. 



The Bantam A squad, sponsored by Mar Wind and Wiarton Golf Club, had a tie and a win on the weekend.

Saturday in Midland, the Ice hawks defeated the North Simcoe Capitols by a score of 3 to 0. 

2 goals for Kathryn Schreiber, and 1 for Callan Yost. 

On Sunday, in Etobicoke, the Bantam A team tied with the Etobicoke Dolphins with a 1 to 1 score. 

Only goal scored short-handed by Miranda Bruce. 



TCDMHA Bantam Girls

Girls take the win!! 2-0 over West Grey,,

Goals scored by Madison Thompson  and Valerie Gibbons. 

Hannah Mustard gets a shutout

Game #2 was tight!! a 3-2 lose against the Kincardine Kinucks

Goals scored by Valerie Gibbons and Sarah Bryans.  


AAA Bantam

Buffalo, NY Regals 2 Grey-Bruce Biermans Bar and Grill Highlanders 0


Friday night the Gaviller and Co. Bantams hosted the Guelph Storm at the Rec Center. 

Attack lost 6-4 with goals from Jake McNabb, Robert Beaumont, Brady Stewart and Trent Duncan. 

On Saturday the Attack traveled to Oakville to play the Rangers. 

The Bantam's would win 3-2 with Jake McNabb, Brady Stewart and Jesse Schmid scoring


Rebels-Otter Rematch

 The Township of Chatsworth “Edward McNabb Roofing” Bantam LL Rebels faced off on home ice against the Teeswater Otters in Chatsworth Saturday. 

The Otters were looking for a repeat win after downing the Rebels the last time they faced off. 

The Rebels were looking to extend their winning streak to 3 in a row.

The Otters opened the scoring only 5 seconds into the game, but the Rebels managed to regroup and eventually tie the game in the final minute of play in the period, on a goal by Will Kavanaugh - assists to Kyle Fry and Jeremy Skippen. 
The Otter goalie was hot and turned aside many Rebel shots with Evan Longland burying a beauty, top shelf, to give the Rebels the lead. 

Kavanaugh added his second of the game, but the Otters weren’t done yet and replied with a goal of their own in the dying seconds of the second period. 
Tension was high as the third period started 3-2 in favour of the Rebels. 

Despite good chances at both ends of the rink, denied by the goalies, the score remained unchanged. 

Finally Cole McCracken slammed home the insurance goal midway through the period on a beautiful set up by Longland. 

Rebels come away with the win 4-2.

Rebels are back in action Saturday, November 17 @ 12:30 in Chatsworth vs. Ripley. 


AAA Minor Bantam

Mississauga Reps 4 Grey-Bruce Highlanders 0


The Mullin Electric/Bluewater Fire & Security Girls Peewee 'A' Icehawks played three games in LLFHL play over the weekend.

Friday Nov 9/12 the girls lost 2-0 to Guelph Thunder.

On Saturday Nov 10/12 the Peewee 'A' girls beat the Brampton Canadettes 2-0.
Riley Funston scored the first goal for Owen Sound. It was assisted by Abygail Grexton. The second goal was scored by AisLynn Byers and was unassisted. Shut out went to goalie Ashley Brydon.  

On Sunday Nov 11/12 the Owen Sound Peewee 'A' team faced the Etobicoke Dolphins.

The Dolphins beat Owen Sound 2-1.

The only goal for Owen Sound was scored by Hillary Holyome.


AAA PeeWee

Grey-Bruce Highlanders 7 Kitchener Jr. Rangers 1

Grey-Bruce Highlanders 4 Brampton 45s 3

Grey-Bruce Highlanders 3 Huron-Perth Lakers 2


On Sunday the Bruce Peninsula Wiarton Foodland/Propellor Club Pee Wee Predators lost to the Mount Forest Rams by a final score of 5 - 3 in WOAA Local League play.

Bruce Peninsula scorers included Hayden Good, Kassidy Daws, and Paige Daries.

On Saturday the Bruce Peninsula Wiarton Foodland/Propellor Club Pee Wee Predators fought to a draw with the visiting Arran-Elderslie  # 2 team by a final score of 5 - 5 in WOAA Local League play.

Bruce Peninsula scorers included Hayden Good with 2 goals, as well as singles from Alyssa Daws, Nicholas Hatt, and Rebecca Martindale.


AAA Atom

St. Catharines Niagara North 4 Grey-Bruce Chapman's Ice Cream Highlanders 2

1st Period
No Scoring

2nd Period

Niagara North 10:32 Costantini From Duncan And Geoffroy
Niagara North 3:57 Williamson From Costantini

3rd. Period

Niagara North 11:52 Smith From Hendsbee And Di Francesco
Highlanders 8:22 Goldie (Owen Sound) From Crowley (Flesherton) And Naves (Bruce Penninsula)
Highlanders 2:49 Crowley (Flesherton) From Woods (Owen Sound)
Niagara North :42 EN Duncan From Costantini And Craig



St. Catharines Niagara North  6 Grey-Bruce Chapman's Ice Cream Highlanders 1

1st Period

Niagara North 5:22 PP Williamson From Constantini

2nd Period

Niagara North 11:58 Gualtieri From Bianchi
Highlanders 10:39 Rahn (Durham) From Colhoun (Kincardine) and Coghlin(Owen Sound)
Niagara North 6:42 PP  Williamson From McGowan and Duncan

3rd Period
Niagara North 11:04 Costantini From Duncan and Williamson
Niagara North 6:02 Duncan From Williamson
Niagara North 2:58 Williamson From Costantini



Hat trick for Kreuger

It was a barn burner in Tara on Saturday as the Township of Chatsworth
Barry's Construction Atom LL took on the Ice Dogs.

The Rebels were up by three at the end of the first with 2 goals from
Clayton Kreuger, assisted by Wesley Houston and Lorenzo Pedro, and another
goal from Jack Murray with a second assist from Houston. 

The second period brought no additional scoring  from either side but things really heated up  in the third period. The Ice Dogs came on strong, answering with two goals  in quick succession.

The Rebels, Grant Stephen, came up with one, assisted by Dalan Frook but the Ice Dogs kept coming with another goal 40 seconds later.

Clayton Kreuger pulled out one more for the hat trick, with another assist from Frook to keep the lead.
The Ice Dogs snuck one more through late in the third to tie the game. It all ended in a 5-5 tie.


The Township of Chatsworth "Great Lakes Frame Company" Atom Rep Rebels lost to Walkerton 4 to 2 at home in Keady on Saturday. 

Wyatt Golem opened up the scoring for the Rebels and the game in the second period on an assist from Aaron McConnell. 

The second goal for the Rebels was scored by Josh Currie on an assist from Hunter Schultz and Austin McComb. 

Walkerton Capital goals were scored by Owen Cartwright, Keegan Quish, Davis Huber and Jackson Pegelo.


The Owen Sound Brian Pickett Ride Centre Junior Attack minor atoms lost 2-1 to Honeywood in Georgian Bay Minor Hockey League play on Sunday.

Drayton Howell scored for Owen Sound.

The Owen Sound Brian Pickett Ride Centre Junior Attack minor atoms lost 4-1 to Dundalk in Georgian Bay Minor Hockey League play on Saturday.

Kieran Moore scored for Owen Sound.


Owen Sound Leeder and Associates Major Atom 7 Shelburne 0

Scoring for Owen Sound
Gavin Downs 2
Kaleb Martin
Travis Morrison
Spencer Maddock
Andrew Suchomel
Jackson Glynn

Mason Adams was in net for the shut out


Jacob Ostrom backed the Owen Sound Canadian Tire Junior Attack novice A team to back- to-back shutout wins over Shelburne in Georgian Bay Minor Hockey League play on the weekend.

Noah Hemstock, Landen Humphries, Tyson Morrison, Eric Barnard and Curtis Arnold scored in a 5-0 win in Shelburne on Sunday.


The Owen Sound Quik Lube Jr. Attack won both games against Saugeen Shores over the weekend in WOAA Local League play. 

Scoring for Quik Lube was Foster Tannahill, Chace Mertineit, Wyatt Dobratz, Connor McManaman, Taelum Wilkie, Tycelyn Adams, Cohen Garvieand Leighton Hurst.  

Kai Bryja had a shutout on Saturday. 

Cooper McCulloch had the lone goal for Saugeen Shores on Sunday. 


AAA Minor Bantam

Don Mills Flyers 8 Grey-Bruce Highlanders 3


AAA Minor PeeWee

Kitchener Jr. Rangers 6 Grey-Bruce Corey's Tree Cutting Highlanders 1

(G) Mark Aljoe - Unassisted


Major Atom

Owen Sound Leeder and Associates Attack 9 Stayner 5

Scoring for Owen Sound
Mitch Kaufman 3
Kaleb Martin 2
Andrew Suchomel
Jackson Glynn
Spencer Maddock
Nick Mandeno





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