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Ni­co­las Loyer, and Fran­cis Proulx, while Da­nik Ger­vais guar­ded the net.

Sa­tur­day night, Jus­tin La­brosse sco­red a hat trick on the Ran­gers, with Ni­ko­las pun­ching in a pair of goals and Trys­tan La­voie fi­ni­shing the sco­ring with a single. As­sists came from Ayotte, La­voie, Hu­go Blan­chard, Ty­ler Do­pel­ha­mer, Vincent Hu­neault, Dan­ny Plourde-Gre­non, and Ja­cob Vic­tor, while Alexan­der La­brèche blo­cked the net.

The Cou­gars have a re­match at home against the Royals this Sa­tur­day, be­fore the Ch­rist­mas break.


There was just one game on the wee­kend for Saint-Isi­dore in the Na­tio­nal Ca­pi­tal Ju­nior Ho­ckey League sche­dule and Sun­day night en­ded in a hard-won 5-4 over­time win for the Aigles over the Ga­ti­neau Hull-Vo­lant.

Ke­vin How­son pun­ched in a pair of goals for Saint-Isi­dore with singles ad­ded to the score by Mi­guel Cris­pin, Is­mael Pru­dent, and Ryan Wells. Goal as­sists came from How­son, Kyle Green, Con­nor Head-Smith, Tho­mas Lo­wry, and Ra­phaël Payant, with Co­rey Ca­mi­rand guar­ding the net.

Cal Bil­mer and De­von Burns sco­red for Mor­ris­burg and al­so as­sis­ted on each other’s goals. In the net was Ri­ley Phil­lips.

Etienne Agius-Pease was the First Star no­mi­nee in Sun­day’s game against the Royals with two goals and a pair of as­sists for Cla­rence Creek.

Sco­ring singles were Ai­den Can­nell, Sa­muel Gau­det, Kyle Green, and Pa­trick Le­may. Al­so as­sis­ting on goals were Gau­det, Green, Le­may, and Zack Lu­gli, with Ca­mi­rand guar­ding the net.

Sco­ring for By­town were William La­cha­pelle with two goals and Ma­thieu Lau­rin with one. Goal as­sists came from Josh Barnes and Na­than Go­nyou, with Tye Agar­dy in the net.

The Cas­tors play Ga­ti­neau De­cem­ber 21 and host Saint-Isi­dore Sun­day af­ter­noon be­fore the Ch­rist­mas break.

—pho­to Ice Le­vel Pho­to­gra­phy

The CCHL Pros­pects team beat the vi­si­ting Ber­lin Ju­nior Club 6-1 du­ring an ex­hi­bi­tion game in Hawkesbury on De­cem­ber 4. The CCHL ros­ter was an­noun­ced the pre­vious week, made up of the top 2001 and 2002 birth year players from across the league. Se­ve­ral players from the Ro­ck­land Na­tio­nals made the Pros­pect team, in­clu­ding goal­ten­der Cy­rus Mar­tin, de­fen­se­men Ai­dan Hil­ton and Da­vid La­france and for­wards Mat­thew Ver­mae­tan, Ca­me­ron Last, Cole Craft and Si­mon La­belle. For­ward for the Hawkesbury Hawks, Ya­nic Crete, was al­so cho­sen to play on the team. Je­re­my Ques­nel sco­red three goals for the Pros­pects team, while Last, La­belle and Crete each pi­cked up a goal them­selves. Mar­tin split the goal­ten­ding du­ties with team­mate Jo­shua Ward. This ex­hi­bi­tion game was just one of se­ve­ral stops as part of the Ber­lin U20 team’s North Ame­ri­can tour.


Les Cou­gars de Vankleek Hill se sont fait cou­per les griffes 7-3 par les Royals de By­town le 14 dé­cembre, mais ont ter­mi­né la fin de se­maine avec un blan­chis­sage de 6-0 sa­me­di soir à do­mi­cile contre les Ran­gers de South Gren­ville.

—pho­to Yves Vi­vier

Team Vi­vier is one of the top 10 youth cur­ling rinks on the U18 On­ta­rio Ju­nior Cur­ling Tour and was al­most un­de­fea­ted in the Stu Sells U18 Tan­kard, which took place in Bar­rie over the De­cem­ber 2 wee­kend. The Vi­vier rink lost to the Des­chenes team from Ma­no­tick in the fi­nals. The Vi­vier rink, which in­cludes Vankleek Hill’s Émi­lie Lo­vitt (left), Do­mi­nique Vi­vier of Na­van, Cait­line Al­len of Vankleek Hill, and Paige Bown of Na­van, was in Ren­frew over the De­cem­ber 8 wee­kend, com­pe­ting in the qua­li­fi­ca­tion round for next year’s Ca­na­da Win­ter Games.

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