NGS midgets on to finals
The UCMHL major midget championship will be up for grabs next week, when the NGS Braves take on South Grenville.
The series opens Sunday in Prescott, with game two in Maxville on March 25 at 7 p.m.
NGS earned its berth in the finals, after skating to a March 12 victory in Maxville over the South Stormont Selects to claim the east banner.
This was a high-tempo contest, where the Braves shone on the penalty kill and NGS goaltender Tom Meyerhans was solid, backstopping a shutout into the third period.
After a scoreless first frame, Dylan Seguin broke the ice with a sweet wrister. Taylor Metcalfe made it 2-0 early in the third on a beauty backhander.
The Selects finally solved Meyerhans with 2:45 left, but D. Seguin iced the victory with an empty-netter, making final.
it a 3-1
Brady Tanner had three assists in the game, the others to Derrick Pilon and Cameron Howes. – through to club veterans who danced their way around the ice.
CanSkater of the Year: Nadia Jeaurond CanSkate Most Improved Male of the Year: Liam Cheffer
CanSkate Most Improved Female of the Year: Catherine Richer STARSkater of the Year: Melanie Dixon Program Assistant of the Year: Erin McReady
The 40th annual showcase put on by the Char-Lan Skating Club entertained throngs of family members and friends on March 11 in Williamstown. With the theme of “Let’s Celebrate,” the skaters performed 17 routines through the nearly onehour-long show. Photo 1: coach Lisa Van De Ligt guides youngsters Tanner Cornelissen and Maxum Mainville, members of a CanSkate group performing “We Like to Party!” Photo 2: A CanSkate group presents “Cup of Life.” Photo 3: StarSkate similar pair Katrina Doering, left, and Rheanna Jackson perform their routine. Photo 4: StarSkater Katrina Sauer takes to the ice. Photo 5: Katrina Vivaraies skates her solo StarSkate number.
Girls and boys with the Char-Lan Skating Club took to the ice at the Char-Lan Rec. Centre last week, performing in the annual showcase, much to the delight of parents, family members, and friends.
For the very youngest amongst them, routines, with musical accompaniment, consisted of the simplest manoeuvers,
RACE: NGS’ Derrick Pilon is chased by a Selects player behind the South Stormont net.