Marystown Minor Hockey report
Marystown Minor Hockey took a week’s break from house league, but were back in full swing Oct. 23, 2017.
The U15 female division was back at it Monday night with Remax taking another win over BDO after a tight game of 3-2 for Remax.
Scotiabank players of the week for the U15 female division went to Olivia Strickland of Remax and to Jayelyn Oake of BDO.
The night continued with the oldest female division. Pizza Delight took a loss to Robin’s/2-4-1 with a score of 7-1.
Pizza Delight player of the week was Kayla Banfield and Robin’s/2-4-1 player of the week was Catherine Williams-Vaters.
The Kaetlyn Osmond Arena still had a few spectators kicking around waiting to see Aylward’s Home Hardware take on Vallen in the Wally Drakes Trucking midget division. Vallen took the final win of the night with a score of 7-3.
Lion’s Club players of the week were Liam Best of Vallen and Joshua Barron of Aylward’s Home Hardware.
The week ramped up with another two games on Thursday. The Pike’s Building Centre bantam division saw Mary Brown’s taking to the ice with Clear Focus Optical. The teams battled back and forth to end the game in a 3-3 tie.
Players of the week were Shaemus Best of Mary Brown’s and Kyle Murphy of Clear Focus.
Wally Drake’s Trucking midget division had Vallen playing its second game of the week against TD Bank. Vallen took the win again with an 11-4 final score.
Lion’s Club player of the week was Matthew Chislett of TD Bank.
The McDonald’s AtoMc division players couldn’t wait for their game night to finally arrive on Friday. AtoMc Black and White hit the ice, and the game was back and forth until AtoMc White went ahead with a two-goal lead and ended the game with a 6-4 win.
Players of the week were Lucas Power of AtoMc Black and Jaxson MacLaughlin of AtoMC White.
Grant Thornton peewee division anxiously awaited the Zamboni to clean the ice to get their game going, with Community Credit Union playing Canadian Tire. Fans were entertained with some beauty goals, and in the end Community Credit Union took the win with a 10-8 final.
Players of the week were Nicholas Murray of Community Credit Union and Matthew Hollett of Canadian Tire.
A great Friday night at the arena closed with Canadian Tire playing The Paint Shop in the U12 female division. It was a great game with some new recruits from the Esso Fun Weekend. The girls ended with a 5-5 tie game. Macbeth & Associates players of the week were Sara Walsh of Canadian Tire and Holly Avery of The Paint Shop.
Tim Hortons Timbits division named Jensen Coady of the Timbit Islanders, Isabella Hannam of the Timbit Sharks and Ryan Evans of the Timbit Canucks players of the week.
Following right after with house league practice was the novice division. Picco & White players of the week were Kendra Clark of Scotiabank, Tanner Butler of Extreme Pita/ Ziggy Peelgoods, Samual Chilopora of Brenton Group and Kurtis Badcock of Hotel Marystown.
After Timbits and novice in the morning, house league took a short break Saturday as everyone was geared up for their first all-star practices throughout the weekend.
On Sunday night Wally Drake’s Trucking midget division played its final game of the week, with TD Bank taking the 8-6 win over Aylward’s Home Hardware.
Another momentous week of hockey in the books for Marystown Minor Hockey Association.
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