Last weekend saw another round of
games in the WestTel youth roller hockey league.
In the PeeWee division the 2-1
Appleby Sharks remain top in spite of a 13-6 loss to the 1-2 Hurley’s Hawks.
Josiah Derkensen and Tynan Klein had 10 points between them for Appleby. Adam
Stainrod was the other notable scorer for the Sharks.
Finn Walker was a one man wrecking
crew for the hawks with 12 points. From there Alexander Agemian and Nicole
Whittaker combined for 10 points and Duncan Petrie found himself a point.
The Five Continent Leafs moved into
second place with a 9-8 win over the Vampt Oilers. Chris Messer and Jagger Hope
had six points apiece for the 2-1 Leafs. Lleyton James, Michael Matthews,
Dominic Dyer and Jacob Whewell also got in on the scoring for the Leafs.
Meanwhile Ethan Hersant and Marc
Reid combined for six points for the 1-2 Oilers. Supporting that duo were
Alexander Wilkins, Cameron Bridgeman, Leon Domladis and Alex Slocock.
Animal House Penguins are front
runners again in the Atom division. The Penguins are 2-1 after thrashing the
LOM Capitals 11-6.
For the Penguins Jamie Williams had
six points, Jack Lewis and Joshua McCartney combined for eight points and James
Priaulx, Matty Cooke, Morgan McCartney, Scott Lewis and Zach Bodden pounded out
Ben Black, Graeme Hill, Jacob
Walters and Maxwell Schipperheijn had two points apiece for the Capitals. The
other scorers for LOM were Cameron Galloway, Davin Gallagher and Oliver Foster.
The 1-2 KPMG Senators got their
first win beating the 1-2 Eats Blazers 3-2. Ethan Finlanson and Adam McWatt had
two points each for KPMG while Matthew Somerville added another point. Dylan Windsor,
Hunter Wilkom and Kai Robinson Allard scored for Eats.
Lastly the Novice division sees the
2-0-1 Coldwell Banker Rangers in first place after a 12-4 thrashing of the 0-3
XN Financial Flames.
With that triumph the Rangers also
emerge as one of the more interesting teams on paper. The stats state the squad
has scored the most goals in youth hockey (26) while allowing the fewest goals
(11) and sporting the best goal differential (15).
Lex Dobson had five points to lead
the Rangers who got 15 points from seven scorers. The kids who joined Dobson on
the scorer sheet were Benjamin Somerville, Brad Lansdell, Devon Wood, Fenna Madison,
Sadie Finch, Sara Wilson and Shawn Lansdell.
Ryan Goodwin’s three points were
the biggest positive for the Flames. Their other scorers were Jona Narborough,
Turner Johnson and Will Jackson.
The 2-0-1 dms Bruins remain in the
hunt for the division lead after taking down the 1-2 Walkers Blue Iguanas 5-4.
The Bruins are now tied for the fewest goals allowed with 11.
David Pitcairn, Jabari Walrond,
Justin Hastings, and Sarah Jackson each had two points for the Bruins. Derek
Peene and Will Geldard each had a point.
Cassidy Amesbury had four points
for Walkers. Dylan Lewis added two points with Nathan Hughes and William Priaulx
chipped in a point.
Action continues this Saturday at
the WestTel arena of Kings Sports Centre. All three leagues play matches from
9am until roughly 3pm.