Midget's Win Challenge Cup, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Midget's Win Challenge Cup
Submitted By Dale Paynter on Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The Midget A Shamrocks opened their 2012-13 Tournament Schedule this past weekend in Caledonia participating in the 4th annual Challenge Cup supporting Womens’ Cancer.    

The team split their opening games on Friday in Cayuga with a 5-0 win and a 3-1 loss to the two Caledonia Thunder entries in the Midget II division.  Goal scorers in those games were Tyler Kerr, Jonathan Petro, Jake McBride, Justin Therrien, Tosh Noonan and Darren Lynch. Saturday evening with a finals berth on the line, the Shamrocks took a 3-0 victory over the Tillsonburg, with markers from Danen Lawless, Lynch and Zac McBride. Defensive play kept the Tornadoes team out of the ‘Rocks end of the rink for virtually the final two periods and led to Brayden Parks’ second shutout of the tournament.   Sunday’s championship was a re-match of Hespeler’s loss on Friday night.  The Midgets broke open a 1-1 tie with goals from Brad McLeod and Zac McBride in the first two minutes of the third period, and then played puck control leading to a 4-1 championship win. The other two goals in the final were from Petro and Lynch.  Fifteen different players had goals or assists this weekend. The Midgets ‘finally’ get their home opener (with five of their next six here) this Friday at 9:00 on Hespeler 1 versus Woolwich.

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