Hawks record sixth straight win

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Hagersville made it a half dozen wins in a row last week.

The Hawks didn’t just win their sixth game in a row, they did it in style by de­feat­ing Dun­nville 7-0 at home on Satur­day in Pro­vin­cial Ju­nior Hockey League Bloom­field Divi­sion play.

Ralph Tag­gart led the way of­fen­sively with a hat trick as Ty­cie Cowan added two as­sists. Matt We­ston, Nick Visser, Mitch Gau­thier and Pa­trick Sanelli scored the other goals.

Justin Easter made 22 saves to earn the shutout.

Do­herty Divi­sion Port Dover Sailors

The Sailors had back-to-back home losses to end their week.

Fol­low­ing an 11-0 loss to Glan­brook on Satur­day, Port Dover was dou­bled 4-2 by Grimsby on Sun­day.

Sam Res­tivo and Nigel Dan­tas scored for the Sailors.

Delhi Trav­ellers

Things went from bad to worse for Delhi on the week­end.

Fol­low­ing home losses of 5-2 to Welles­ley on Fri­day and 9-1 to Ayr on Satur­day, the Trav­ellers fin­ished things with a 15-0 road loss to Welles­ley on Sun­day.

Tyler Whit­field, Ryan Cran­dall and Cooper Van Wil­le­gen were the Delhi goal scor­ers.

Bur­ford Bull­dogs

In its only game last week, Bur­ford lost 7-2 to Nor­wich at home on Sun­day.

Pius Gritsy and Corey Restoule scored early to give the Bull­dogs a 2-1 lead be­fore Nor­wich poured it on.

On­tario Ju­nior Hockey League West Divi­sion Brant­ford 99ers

The 99ers were shut out 4-0 at home on Sun­day by Markham to close out their week.

De­spite throw­ing 39 shots at Markham’s Andrew Al­bano, the 99ers couldn’t solve the op­pos­ing goalie. Brant­ford al­lowed two power-play goals.

Greater On­tario Ju­nior Hockey League Mid-Western Con­fer­ence Brant­ford 99ers

Brant­ford got one point out of a pos­si­ble six on the week­end.

Fol­low­ing losses of 7-3 in Strat­ford on Fri­day and 5-3 in Cam­bridge on Satur­day, Brant­ford played to a 3-3 tie against Elmira on the road on Sun­day.

Ben Shep­pard, Liam Gal­ton and Tan­ner Mit­ton were the goal scor­ers against Strat­ford, while Cur­tis An­der­son got a pair against Cam­bridge and Troy An­drews tal­lied the fi­nal one.

Brant­ford’s spe­cial teams came through against Elmira.

Although the 99ers were out­shot 39-28, two power-play goals from Ben Shep­pard and a short­handed marker from Reuben Young al­lowed Brant­ford to earn the tie.

Frank Boal was out­stand­ing in goal for the 99ers, stop­ping a penalty shot in the se­cond over­time ses­sion.

For­mer 99er and Brant­ford na­tive Hunter Dubecki had a huge game for Elmira with three as­sists.

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