Ju­nior ‘B’ Rebels split

The Glengarry News - - Sports In The Glens - Sean Bray

The Char-Lan CCHL2 Rebels bagged their sec­ond vic­tory of the young sea­son on Sun­day, pre­vail­ing in Winch­ester, 5-3 over the Hawks.

The Rebels built a 2-0 lead on goals from Liam Mac­Don­ald and Sam Gau­dreau. The Hawks then ral­lied with three tal­lies to take the lead.

Char-Lan got back on even terms at the mid­point of the third pe­riod, when Ja­son Cos­sette found the back of the Winch­ester net.

Tyler Eldridge pot­ted the go-ahead marker a minute later, and Gau­dreau added a short-handed in­surance goal with un­der a minute re­main­ing in the match.

Cos­sette also earned a pair of as­sists, with the other helpers cred­ited to Evan Hunt­ley, Matthew Har­ring­ton, Gau­dreau, Sam Fer­land, Mac­Don­ald, and Pierre-Luc Sabourin. Daw­son Irv­ing back­stopped the vic­tory, mak­ing 28 saves. A night ear­lier in Wil­liamstown, the re­sults couldn’t have been more dif­fer­ent, as the vis­it­ing White­wa­ter Kings pasted the Rebels 6-0.

Darien John­son was the Char-Lan goal­tender of record, play­ing just un­der half the game be­fore Irv­ing took over in the hemp hut. Each net­min­der was charged with three goals.

Char-Lan went zero-for-five on the power play, while their penalty kill was strong, hold­ing off the Kings on four chances.

To­mor­row, Sept. 28, the Rebels (2-4-1-0) skate into Cas­sel­man to take on the pow­er­house Vik­ings, who are 4-1-1-0 so far this sea­son.

On Satur­day night (Sept. 30) at 8 p.m., Char-Lan will be back at their home rink in Wil­liamstown, host­ing the West­port Rideaus (3-2-0-1).

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