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Friday, November 8, 2019

Canada To U17 Softball Gold Medal Game

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

Nov 8/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports


WBSC America's Under 17 Men's Softball Qualifier

at Guatemala City, Guatemala

Canada 7 vs Argentina 2

Owen Rahn from Durham was 1 for 1 and scored a run for Canada 

Matthew Weiler of Hepworth & Jackson Pegelo of Cargill both drove in a run in the victory

Canada ( 4 & 1 ) earns a berth in the Gold Medal Game on Saturday against Mexico

Canada also qualifies for the World Championship at New Zealand in 2020

Team Canada concludes preliminary play with a game against Belize today

 

 

Softball Canada Release

The Canadian U17 Junior Men’s National Team beat Argentina 7-2 and advanced to Saturday’s Gold medal game, taking advantage of six defensive errors by the Argentinean squad. Canada has also qualified for the 2020 WBSC U18 Men’s World Cup in New Zealand with a guaranteed Top 4 finish.
 
The game was scoreless through two innings despite both teams putting runners on base. Canada was able to produce the first run of the game in the top of the third when Owen Rahn (Durham, Ont.) hit a one-out single to center, moved up to second on a throwing error on a ground ball to the pitcher, advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored when the catcher’s throw to third was off the mark. Argentina answered immediately in the bottom of the inning by getting a leadoff triple over the left fielder and the runner later scored on a fielder’s choice to tie the game at 1-1.
 
Connor Brooks (Napanee, Ont.) led off the fourth with a single to center, advanced to third when the next batter reached on a fielding error by the second baseman and scored on a sacrifice fly to left by Matthew Weiler (Hepworth, Ont.). A fielder’s choice and a single to left by Max Major (Delisle, Sask.) put two runners on base before Joey Rousseau (St-Charles-de-Bellechasse, Que.) smashed a two-run double to the left field corner, giving Canada a 4-1 lead.  Argentina got one run back in the bottom of the frame, drawing a leadoff walk with that runner later scoring on an RBI triple.
 
In the top of the fifth, Canada got a leadoff walk by Ryan Bicknell (Prince Albert, Sask.) and took advantage of another error by the second baseman to allow McKay to reach base. A high chopper to the pitcher advanced the runners to second and third before Jackson Pegelo (Cargill, Ont.) singled to left to score Bicknell, but McKay was thrown out at home. The following inning, Rousseau drew a two-out walk before Nathan Running (Innerkip Ont.) lined a single on a line drive to center that rolled past the centerfielder, allowing Rousseau to race around the bases to score and Running ended up on third. Bicknell then lined a triple to the left field corner to score Running as Canada increased its lead to 7-2. Argentina got a pair of singles in the bottom half of the sixth but wasn’t able to cash those runners in and they were retired in order in the seventh to end the game.
 
Andrew Van Boekel (Bright, Ont.) started the game in the pitcher’s circle for Canada and pitched two innings, allowing a run on two hits and three walks with two strikeouts before being replaced by Running after allowing a leadoff triple in the third. Running pitched four innings of relief to earn the win, allowing a run on three hits and one walk while striking out five batters. Reese Yantzi (Shakespeare, Ont.) closed out the seventh with a pair of strikeouts. Rousseau’s two-run double was the key hit for Canada with Bicknell adding an RBI triple. Pegelo singled in a run and Weiler drove one in with a sacrifice fly, while McKay, Brooks, Major, Rahn and Running all added singles to Canada’s 10-hit attack.
 
Canada improved its record to 4-1 while Argentina dropped to 3-2. Later in the evening, Mexico defeated host Guatemala 15-2 to finish the preliminary round with a 5-1 record, while Guatemala dropped to 3-2. Argentina will play Guatemala on Friday, and since Canada holds the head-to-head tie-breaker over both those teams, they will advance to Saturday’s Gold medal game against Mexico. The red and white will first wrap up its preliminary round with a game against Belize (0-5) at 5:00pm CST (6:00pm EST) on Friday. 




CIBC Canada-Russia Series

at Kitchener

Ontario Hockey League Stars 4 Russian Selects 1

Ty Dellandrea, Cole Perfetti, Connor McMichael & Akil Thomas scored in the victory

Owen Sound Attack forward Aidan Dudas is the captain for Team OHL

Dudas will be back with the Attack for weekend games against London & Erie before heading to London for Game 4 in the CIBC Series on Monday
 


CHL Release

Skating in its first game of the 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series, Team OHL showed little sign of needing time to come together as a group as the squad cruised to a 4-1 victory over Russia.
Opening the scoring just over five minutes into the initial frame, Team OHL capitalized on the man advantage and grabbed an early lead courtesy of Flint Firebirds captain and Dallas Stars prospect Ty Dellandrea who knocked a rebound by Russian netminder Daniil Isayev.

Team OHL then pushed its lead to two less than four minutes later when Saginaw Spirit centre and 2020 NHL Draft hopeful Cole Perfetti cashed in from the doorstep to net the eventual game winner and help his squad carry a 2-0 margin into the first intermission.

Not yet finished, Team OHL then built a three-goal cushion at the 6:40 mark of the middle frame when London Knights forward and Washington Capitals up-and-comer Connor McMichael wired home a perfect shot from the slot. The tally drew an assist from Sudbury Wolves centre Quinton Byfield, who notched his second helper of the game after first getting his name on the scoresheet upon setting up the game-opening goal.

Byfield joins Perfetti – as well as Erie Otters defenceman Jamie Drysdale – as one of three draft eligibles from Team OHL who project as first-round selections in the coming 2020 NHL Draft per NHL Central Scouting. Meanwhile, the accolades continued for Byfield as the budding talent also wrapped up the night with Player of the Game recognition.

“They’re playing well,” Team OHL head coach Dale Hunter said following the victory. “The Russians are a big, heavy team and (Byfield and Perfetti) held their own against big, strong guys who are a lot older than them, so that’s a credit to them.”

Team OHL then punctuated the victory late in the final frame on a goal by Niagara IceDogs captain and Los Angeles Kings prospect Akil Thomas who found the back of the cage at the 16:50 mark. Not to be outdone, however, the Russians got on the board with 42 seconds remaining in the game on a goal by KHL forward Vladislav Mikhailov who put a puck by Ottawa 67’s netminder Cedrick Andree to spoil a shared shutout after Nico Daws of the Guelph Storm turned aside 13 shots by the halfway mark.

Team OHL will now look to secure its second straight victory when the tournament shifts to London on Monday for Game 4 of the 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series.

 

 

Ontario Hockey League Tonight

Mississauga Steelheads at Flint Firebirds 7 p.m.
Peterborough Petes at Kingston Frontenacs 7 p.m.
Oshawa Generals at Ottawa 67's, 7 p.m.
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds at Sarnia Sting, 7:05 p.m.
Niagara IceDogs at Sudbury Wolves, 7:05 p.m.
North Bay Battalion at London Knights  7:30 p.m.
Guelph Storm at Kitchener Rangers 7:30 p.m.


Saturday the Owen Sound Attack host the London Knights on " Woolley's Warriors Night "

Sunday afternoon, the Attack host the Erie Otters

You can hear Sunday's game live on 560 CFOS with Matt Hermiz



WESTERN CONFERENCE

Windsor             14 10 3 1 0 21
Owen Sound     15 9 4 1 1 20
Flint                     15 10 5 0 0 20
Saginaw             17 9 6 1 1 20
Erie                     17 8 6 1 2 19
London              14 8 4 1 1 18
Guelph               14 7 4 1 2 17
Kitchener           14 6 4 2 2 16
Sarnia                 15 7 8 0 0 14
Sault Ste Marie 17 6 10 1 0 13



EASTERN CONFERENCE

Oshawa          16 12 3 0 1 25
Sudbury           18 11 7 0 0 22
Ottawa             16 12 4 0 0 24
Peterborough 17 12 5 0 0 24
Barrie              16 10 5 0 1 21
Hamilton         18 8 9 1 0 17
Niagara           18 5 10 2 1 13
Mississauga   15 5 10 0 0 10
North Bay       16 3 13 0 0 6
Kingston         16 1 12 2 1 5



Kia CHL Top 10 Rankings – Week 8

Sherbrooke Phoenix (15-1-2-0)
Prince Albert Raiders (12-2-3-0)
Edmonton Oil Kings (12-2-3-0)
Oshawa Generals (12-3-0-1)
Moncton Wildcats (14-3-0-0)
Chicoutimi Sagueneens (12-3-2-0)
Everett Silvertips (11-4-0-0)
Windsor Spitfires (10-3-1-0)
Ottawa 67's (12-4-0-0)
Cape Breton Eagles (12-5-1-0)


Honourable Mention:

Peterborough Petes (12-5-0-0)
Portland Winterhawks (10-4-0-1)
Lethbridge Hurricanes (11-4-0-3)
 


Vaughn CHL Team of the Week

The Canadian Hockey League today announced the seventh edition of the Vaughn CHL Team of the Week for the 2019-20 season based on individual performances from Oct. 28 – Nov. 3.

Headlining the forward ranks is Lethbridge Hurricanes left-wing Oliver Okuliar, who wrapped up the week with eight points counting seven goals and one assist across three contests. His top performance came in a career-high four-point outing against Winnipeg on Friday in which he collected a hat-trick plus one assist. For his efforts, Okuliar was recognized as the WHL On the Run Player of the Week.

Also up front for the second week running is London Knights centre Connor McMichael who finished the week with eight points counting four goals and four assists across two appearances. A first-round selection by the Washington Capitals, McMichael’s best showing of the week came in an incredible six-point outing against Erie that saw him register six points, counting three goals and three assists, including the overtime-winning tally. The successful week saw McMichael named the OHL On the Run Player of the Week.

Rounding out the forward ranks is Rimouski Oceanic centre Cedric Pare, who tallied seven points counting four goals and three assists in two games. Pare shined Thursday against Saint John as he finished with three goals and three assists, helping him claim first-star honours in addition to earning recognition as the Ultramar Player of the Week.

On the blue line, Shawinigan Cataractes defenceman Marc-Antoine Pepin had a solid week as he collected six points – all coming as helpers – in two games. His best performance came in his most recent as he tallied four assists to factor in every Cataractes goal in Saturday’s contest against Baie-Comeau.

Rounding out the back end is another member of the Hurricanes in rearguard Alex Cotton, who registered five points counting one goal and four assists across three appearances. Cotton’s best game came in Friday’s 8-2 win over Winnipeg as the second-year skater registered one goal and three assists to guide his club to victory.

Between the pipes, Portland Winterhawks netminder Joel Hofer was nearly unbeatable across a pair of victories as he turned aside a combined 62 shots in 133 minutes of action. The St. Louis Blues prospect, who wrapped up the week with a 0.90 goals-against average and .969 save percentage, also earned recognition as the WHL Eli Wilson Goaltending Goaltender of the Week.




World Under 17 Hockey Challenge

Quarterfinals

at Medicine Hat

Russia 8 Canada Black 4

Kaleb Lawrence of the Owen Sound Attack is a member of Canada Black who were relegated to a " Placement " Game on Saturday

United States 8 Finland 4


at Swift Current 

Canada White 3 Canada Red 2  (OT)
Czech Republic 5 Sweden 1




Greater Metro Junior Hockey League

Ville Marie Pirates 11 Knights of Meaford 7
Temiscaming Titans 7 New Tecumseth Civics  3

 

Pirates 11 Knights 7

Vincent Ethier & Cedrik Therrien combined for 14 points to lead the Pirates.

Jack Hilworth had 2 goals & 5 points for the Knights who host the Bradford rattlers tomorrow night.


1st Period
01:02 Ville-Marie Vincent Éthier  (Sean Fink, Maxime Potvin)
18:36 Ville-Marie Justin Rivest  (Cédrik Thérrien)

2nd Period
00:47 Ville-Marie Vincent Éthier  (Cédrik Thérrien)
05:14 Ville-Marie Sean Fink  (Zachary Boulianne, Vincent Éthier)
08:26 Ville-Marie Power Play - Vincent Éthier  (Cédrik Thérrien, Maxime Potvin)
13:02 Meaford Power Play - Xavier Caza  (Jack Hilworth, Wiktor Plewnia)
14:32 Ville-Marie Jeremy Boivin  (Sean Fink, Marc-Olivier Caron)
18:34 Ville-Marie Cédrik Thérrien  (Marc-Olivier Caron)
19:16 Ville-Marie Justin Rivest  (Vincent Éthier)
19:31 Meaford Jack Hilworth  (Stephen Mosgopoulos, Drew Elliott)

3rd Period
04:13 Ville-Marie Justin Rivest  (Cédrik Thérrien, Vincent Éthier)
06:59 Ville-Marie Vincent Éthier  (Cédrik Thérrien, Marc-Olivier Caron)
10:49 Meaford Xavier Caza  (Stephen Mosgopoulos, Drew Elliott)
13:35 Meaford Power Play - Jack Hilworth  (Xavier Robitaille)
14:24 Ville-Marie Cédrik Thérrien  (Vincent Éthier)
15:30 Meaford Power Play - Wiktor Plewnia  (Jack Hilworth, Xavier Caza)
16:27 Meaford Shootout - Stephen Mosgopoulos  (Jonathan Gosselin, Jack Hilworth)
19:48 Meaford Colin Saar  (Ashtyn Coleman)



Titans 7 Civics  3

Zacharie Maheu had a hat trick for Temiscaming

Riley Nadeau, Matthew Senra & Roman Kulakov scored for the Civics
 

1st Period
01:22 Temiscaming Zacharie Maheu  (Xavier Sincennes)
09:27 New Tecumseth Roman Kulakov  (Unassisted)
17:00 New Tecumseth Riley Nadeau  (Matthew Senra, Roman Kulakov)
19:35 Temiscaming Aleck Forcier  (Hayden Moistner)

2nd Period
13:39 Temiscaming Xavier Sincennes  (Unassisted)
17:49 Temiscaming Zacharie Maheu  (Xavier Sincennes, Marc-Antoine Turcotte)

3rd Period
03:18 New Tecumseth Matthew Senra  (Riley Nadeau, Drew Anderson)
15:37 Temiscaming Alex Provost-Ross  (Hayden Moistner, Aleck Forcier)
17:54 Temiscaming Zacharie Maheu  (Unassisted)
20:00 Temiscaming Joey Croteau  (Alex Provost-Ross)


Tonight
( Home Teams listed first )

7:00PM South Muskoka Shield vs Ville-Marie Pirates
7:30PM Almaguin Spartans vs Bradford Rattlers
7:30PM Toronto Predators vs Kingsville Kings
7:30PM Northumberland Stars vs Bancroft Rockhounds
7:30PM Niagara Whalers vs North York Renegades

 

Saturday, the Knights of Meaford host the Bradford Rattlers


North Division

New Tecumseth 21 16 5 0 0 32
Bradford Bulls 16 12 4 0 0 24
Ville-Marie          16 11 4 0 1 23
Temiscaming    16 11 5 0 0 22
West Nipissing 18 8 9 0 1 17
South Muskoka 17 7 8 0 2 16
Bradford Rattlers 14 7 7 0 0 14
Bancroft              17 7 10 0 0 14
Almaguin          19 6 12 0 1 13
Meaford              12 6 6 0 0 12
Ottawa              17 1 16 0 0 2


South Division

St. George 15 13 2 0 0 26
North York 15 11 3 0 1 23
Kingsville 16 10 3 0 3 23
Windsor 16 8 6 0 2 18
Niagara 15 8 6 0 1 17
Durham 18 8 10 0 0 16
Nthumbrland 15 5 7 0 3 13
London 10 5 5 0 0 10
Tottenham 16 4 10 0 2 10
Toronto 17 4 13 0 0 8



Ontario Junior Hockey League Tonight

Pickering Panthers at Collingwood Colts 

7:30 pm at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena

Saturday, the Colts are at Stouffville


Buffalo Jr Sabres at Milton Menace 7:30 PM
Mississauga Chargers at Wellington Dukes 7:30 PM
Georgetown Raiders at St Michaels Buzzers 7:30 PM
Brantford 99'ers at Aurora Tigers        7:30 PM
Stouffville Spirit  at Trenton Golden Hawks  7:30 PM
Whitby Fury at Burlington Cougars    7:30 PM
Toronto Patriots at Markham Royals 7:30 PM
Cobourg Cougars at Lindsay Muskies 7:40 PM

 

North Division

Collingwood 21 11 6 1 3 26
Stouffville 21 12 8 0 1 25
Markham 21 9 10 0 2 20
Pickering 17 7 10 0 0 14
Aurora 20 3 14 0 3 9


West Division

Oakville 21 16 4 1 0 33
Burlington 20 14 4 1 2 31
Georgetown 19 9 6 2 2 22
Brantford 19 10 9 0 0 20
Buffalo 17 7 9 0 1 15
Milton    19 5 11 1 2 13


South Division

Tor Patriots 20 17 2 0 1 35
Tor Jr Can 21 13 4 2 2 30
St Michaels 21 9 8 0 4 22
Mississauga 19 7 9 1 2 17
Brampton 20 8 12 0 0 16
North York 20 6 10 1 3 16


East Division

Wellington 21 17 3 1 0 35
Trenton 24 17 6 0 1 35
Whitby 20 8 8 1 3 20
Cobourg 20 5 11 3 1 14
Lindsay 22 4 16 1 1 10




PJHL Carruthers Division

Stayner Siskins 5 Orillia Terriers 4
Schomberg Cougars 5 Midland Flyers 2


Siskins 5 Terriers 4

Tyler Karl had a 3 point game for the Siskins who are 2nd in the division.

Kyle Challis had 2 goals & 3 points for the Terriers in the loss


Period 1
Orillia - Kyle Challis (power play) (Zach Levac) 8:22
Stayner - Gavin Mikaczo (Tyler Karl, Jack Dupont) 9:53
Orillia - Jack Beck (Matt Priest) 18:50

Period 2
Orillia - Everette Nudd (Owen King, Kyle Challis) 10:26
Stayner - Ryan Mackay (Josh Battistella, Curtis Dubeau) 13:34

Period 3
Stayner - Sam Pink (Josh Armstrong, Ryan Mackay) 2:26
Stayner - Aidan Desforges (Gavin Mikaczo, Tyler Karl) 13:37
Stayner - Tyler Karl (unassisted) 18:42
Orillia - Kyle Challis (power play) (empty net) (Matt Priest) 19:42



Cougars 5 Flyers 2

Matthew Wadge scored twice for Schomberg

The Cougars are tied in points with Orillia for 3rd place at 18 points

Orillia has played 3 less games than Schomberg
 

 

Period 1
Schomberg - Matthew Wadge (Brenndan Eason, Spencer Ripley) 10:21
Schomberg - Matthew Wadge (Cameron Robinson, Brenndan Eason) 19:14

Period 2
Schomberg - Spencer Ripley (Harris Goan) 1:43
Schomberg - Owen Heilemann (Harris Goan, Matthew Wadge) 9:04
Schomberg - Brenndan Eason (Connor Childerhose, Cameron Robinson) 13:13
Midland - Christian Forget (unassisted) 18:24

Period 3
Midland - Kelby Parkinson (Josh Quinn, Ryan Twigg) 8:35

 

Tonight

Caledon Golden Hawks at Huntsville Otters 7:30 PM
Orillia Terriers at Midland Flyers          7:30 PM
Stayner Siskins at Penetanguishene Kings 8:00 PM
 

Carruthers Division Standings 

Alliston 15 11 2 0 2 24
Stayner 16 11 5 0 0 22
Orillia    15 9 6 0 0 18
Schomberg 18 8 8 1 1 18
Penetang 15 7 8 0 0 14
Caledon 15 6 7 1 1 14
Midland 16 5 16 0 0 10
Huntsville 14 4 10 0 0 8



PJHL Pollock Division Tonight

Mitchell Hawks at Wingham Ironmen 8 p.m.
Hanover Barons at Kincardine Bulldogs  8:30 p.m.
 

Pollock Division Standings

Wingham 17 12 4 1 0 25
Mount Forest 15 11 3 1 0 23
Mitchell 17 10 6 0 1 21
Kincardine 14 9 5 0 0 18
Hanover 15 8 6 0 1 17
Walkerton 16 2 13 0 1 5
Goderich 16 2 14 0 0 4




Bluewater Senior Girls Basketball Playoffs

at Georgian Bay Community School, Meaford

Championship Final

St. Mary's Mustangs 40 Kincardine District Knights 10


Semifinals

St. Mary's Mustangs 32 Walkerton Riverhawks 29
Kincardine District Knights 35 Georgian Bay Thunder 33




Bluewater Junior Girls Basketball Playoffs

at Georgian Bay Community School, Meaford

Championship Final

Walkerton Riverhawks 56 Sacred Heart Crusaders 44


Semifinals

Walkerton Riverhawks 56 Bruce Peninsula Panthers 21
Sacred Heart Crusaders 42 St. Mary's Mustangs 40
 


Bluewater Senior Boys Volleyball Playoffs

at Sacred Heart High School, Walkerton

Championship Final 

Saugeen District Royals 3 Sacred Heart Crusaders 0


Semifinals

Saugeen District Royals 3 St. Mary's Mustangs 1
Sacred Heart Crusaders 3 Owen Sound District Wolves 0




Bluewater Junior Boys Volleyball Playoffs

at Sacred Heart 

Championship Final 

St. Mary's Mustangs 3 Sacred Heart Crusaders 1


Semifinals

St. Mary's Mustangs 3 Walkerton Riverhawks 0
Sacred Heart Crusaders 3 Owen Sound District Wolves 0


 

Owen Sound Ladies Rec Volleyball

Mackhall Mobility 6 Paralyzers 2
GT Cycle 6 McNabb Construction 2
Berner's & the Balli Llamas tied 4-4 




Grey Bruce Ladies Broomball

at Desboro

Wiarton 2 Wildcats 1

Kim Bray and Bryanna Bell scored for Wiarton.

Dana Henrich scored for the Wildcats. 




Owen Sound Futsal

Under 15

Ideal Supply 8 Dunn’s Electric 7
Owen Sound Football Club 8 TD Bank 5


Ideal Supply 8 Dunn’s Electric 7

Goal Scorers for Ideal Supply were: Carmyne Waller 1, Luke House 6, Ashton Wolfe 1
Goal Scorers for Dunn’s Electric were: Dominic Morrassutti 3, Phoenix Leeson 3, Logan Beck 1
 

Owen Sound Football Club 8 TD Bank 5

Goal Scorers for OSFC were: Azel Garside 1, Holden Auguire 1, James Fryer 3, Zion Garside 1, Ezra Garside 2
Goal Scorers for TD were: Andres Almada 2, Tucker Cameron 1, Bradley Wilder 1, Cole Smith 1



Under 18

Mike Barber Masonry 4 King Courier 3
Owen Sound Football Club 13 The Alliance Lawyers 3
 

Mike Barber Masonry 4 King Courier 3

Goal Scorers for Mike Barber Masonry were: Phoenix Leeson 1, Cooper Gilkinson 1, Dejan Ludic 1, Kaleb Fischer 1
Goal Scorers for King Courier were: Austin McMillan 1, Bryn Presley 1, Brody Pantry 1


Owen Sound Football Club 13 The Alliance Lawyers 3

Goal scorers for OSFC were: CJ Waller 4, Serenity Allan-Leeson 1, Anderson Wolfe 2, Baeden Swigger 3, Isaiah Muendel 1, Eric Rovers 2
Goal scorers for Alliance Lawyers were: Chase Coish 1, Lex Green 1, Hogan Treslan 1

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