Here are scores from Minor Hockey League teams in our region, posted as received.Midget Girls
Lower lakes female hockey league play - Owen Sound Ice Hawks Playtex Sport Midget A ties 0-0 with Vaughan Flames in Vaughan. Emily Brydon gets shut out.
Midget Girls Bring Home the Silver!
The TCDMHA Town & Country Garden Centre Midget Rebel Girls had a fantastic time at the Orillia Hawks tournament this weekend. They opened the tournament Friday morning with a 2-1 victory over the St Marys Rock. Morgan Williamson put them on the board midway through the first period and Emily Moore followed suit with 1 second to go in the first.The Rebels held them off until the third when the Rock put one passed Hiemstra, but our girls were able to hold them off for the win. Friday night they headed over to Rama to face the Timmins Blue Herons. Williamson scored first to put the Rebels up 1-0 in the second period, but Timmins rallied back to tie it with 2 mins left in the period. The Blue Herrons popped one in early in the third to put them ahead 2-1, but Skylar Golem answered right back for the Rebels to tie it up again. It was a well fought battle, but the game would end in a 2-2 tie. The Rebels faced the Bancroft Jets on Saturday morning. Emily Moore put the Rebels on the board first, but the Jets tied it up with 36 seconds to go in the period. The Rebels came out strong in the second and Amanda Zettle found the back of the net to put us up 2-1. With a little over 5 minutes to go in the third, Kaitlin Brancati finally broke her dry spell and found the back of the net and the Rebels won 3-1, clinching their spot in the championship game. Bancroft defeated Timmins on Saturday to set up the rematch with the Rebels in the final. The Rebels came out flat allowing the Jets to score 2 quick goals in the first and a third before the end of the period. However, they managed to pull it together and came back with a vengeance in the second. Brancati found the back of the net early in the period and Williamson followed suit just before the buzzer to end period 2. With fans on the edge of their seats, Brancati tied it up with 1:26 to go in the third, sending the game into overtime. The scored remained 3-3 after a 5 minute overtime and it went to a shootout. The Rebels gave it a valiant effort, but the Jets scored 2 for a 4-3 victory and the Rebels had to settle for silver.
Owen Sound Crescent Club Attack 3 Woolwich Wildcats 2
Goal scorers for the Crescent Club were Spencer Elder, Justin McCrae and Brydon Adams
Owen Sound Crescent Club Attack 5 Hespeler Shamrocks 0
Goal scorers for the Crescent Club were Spencer Elder with a pair, Foxton Mezenberg, Chayson Rouse and Justin McCrae
Owen Sound Boot & Blade Attack played a late game in Wasaga Beach on January 11th.
Wasaga Beach Stars beat Owen Sound 5-0.
That ends Owen Sound's regular season play in the Georgian Bay "A" loop. Owen Sound will now move to the AE stream for playoffs.
On Saturday Jan. 10th the Owen Sound Firefighters Jr. Attack Bantam AE team hosted Flesherton. After a hard fought first two periods, Owen Sound just couldn’t hold Flesherton back anymore and the result of the game was a 5-1 loss. The lone goal scorer for Owen Sound was Tyler Scott.
Peewee Girls Tournament
South Bruce 6 Chatsworth ScotiaBank Rebels 0
Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Construction Attack 4 Woolwich 2
Scoring for Owen Sound
Kaleb Martin 2
The minor peewee game Owen Sound vs Caledon on Saturday was a 7-3 win for owen sound
The Owen Sound Garb and Gear Attack played at the Rec Centre on Saturday January 10 vs the Caledon Hawks.
Carson Yost scored a hat trick.
Caret Swanson scored 2 . Kieran Moore and Caleb Morrison scored singles.
This was the opening game of their tri-county playoffs
The Owen Sound Leeder and Associates Junior Attack major atoms opened their OMHA preliminaries with a pair of wins on the weekend.
On Sunday in Guelph, Owen Sound downed the Gryphons 3-1.
Sam Barrett, Curtis Arnold and Owen Prior scored for the Junior Attack.
On Saturday at the Rec Centre, Owen Sound downed the Woolwich Wildcats 3-1.
Curtis Arnold scored two, while Sam Barrett, Cole Gowan and Tyson Downs added singles.
Shallow Lake Atom Rep Garb & Gear Source for Sports played at home Saturday in exhibition play vs. the visiting Saugeen Shores winning 3-0.
Lakers goals scored by Kaiden Henrich, Jake Ross and Wyatt Hickson. In net getting the shut out was Derek Hartley.
On Sunday the Lakers traveled to Mildmay to face off against South Bruce for the last regular season game, ending in a tie 1-1.
Lakers lone goal was scored by Jake Ross