Spink paces Jr. ‘A’ Colts

The Glengarry News - - Sports In The Glens - With files from David Mur­phy

Tan­ner Spink’s four-point ef­fort in­cluded a hat trick, as the Colts dou­bled Glouces­ter 8-4 at the Ed Lum­ley Arena in their fi­nal Sun­day home mati­nee of the reg­u­lar sea­son.

Spink, who hails from South Glen­garry, now has 17 goals on the sea­son.

Bren­nan Markell had a goal (his 15th) and two as­sists, while J. D. Pogue ( 13th) and Ethan Mul­hearn (6th) each recorded one marker and one helper.

Kon­nor MacCormick (13th) and Grant Cooper (21th) also scored. Tris­tan Con­rad chipped in with three as­sists. County boys Se­bas­tian Dir­ven and Jeremy

McFar­lane each chalked up two ap­ples.

The Colts out­shot the Rangers 28-27, with Liam Las­celle pick­ing up his 20th vic­tory of the cam­paign.

The vic­tory marked the third in a row for the Colts, im­prov­ing their record to 28-12-2-3 for 61 points and third over­all in the CCHL standings.

Three stars were first Tan­ner Spink ( COR), sec­ond Ethan Mul­hearn (COR), and third Cole Lavoie (GLO).

Look­ing ahead, the Colts are set to host the sec­ond- place Ot­tawa Jr. Sen­a­tors on Thurs­day, Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Corn­wall trails Ot­tawa by three points.

The ac­tion will take place at the Ed Lum­ley Arena in Corn­wall Civic Com­plex.

Two more Ws

The win­ning streak be­gan back on Jan. 19 on home ice, where Las­celle made 30 saves to back­stop the Colts to a 3-1 vic­tory over the Kemptville 73’s.

MacCormick, Dir­ven, and Markell scored for the Colts.

The next night on the road, the Corn­wall squad built a 3-0 first­pe­riod lead, en route to a 4-2 win in Kanata.

Mul­hearn paced the Colts of­fence with a goal and an as­sist, and Justin McRae scored his first of the sea­son. Dean Der­ouchie and Markell also found the back of the op­po­si­tion net. Shawn Baird chipped in with two as­sists.

Matthew Efros made 25 saves to earn the vic­tory in goal.

Post­pone­ment

Last night’s (Jan. 24) sched­uled CCHL2 hockey game in Wil­liamstown, be­tween the CharLan Rebels and Met­calfe Jets, was post­poned due to the win­ter storm and will be resched­uled as soon as pos­si­ble.

Emer­gency tour­ney

The an­nual Emer­gency Ser­vices adult hockey tour­na­ment in Alexan­dria was held Jan. 21 and 22 at the Glen­garry Sports Palace.

The Alexan­dria Fire De­part­ment team snagged the ‘A’ di­vi­sion cham­pi­onship, Os­goode/Rideau Fire De­part­ment took the ‘ B’ crown, and South Stor­mont Fire De­part­ment grabbed the ‘B’.

In the recre­ational di­vi­sion, the Beers team was crown ‘A’ cham­pion, while Shoe­horn Ex­press claimed the ‘ B’ ti­tle, and the Sharks nabbed the ‘C’ cham­pi­onship.

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