Peewee Wolves conquer Devil in Winchester
Peter Clark, Renfrew Mercury
The Renfrew Peewee Timberwolves captured the North Dundas tournament championship Jan. 12 in Winchester. The Wolves defeated the Char-Lan Rebels 5-2 and the North Dundas Devils 1-0 to reach the final. Renfrew then outlasted the South Stormont Selects 3-2. In front row from left are Luke Moran and Jacob Miller; second row, Jayce Greer, Brandon Nykyforak, Tyler Blackburn, Braedon Reinert, Andrew MacAskill, Lucas Crozier, Matthew Finan, Thomas Barber; third row, Tanton Landriault, Brock Pierce, Reid Barber, Carter Bleeks and Jared Burnette; and back row, assistant coach Neil MacAskill, head coach Cory Greer, assistant coach Carey Finan and trainer Ryan Bleeks. Katie Hill and manager Linda Crozier are missing from the photo.
January 24, 2013
The Renfrew Peewee Timberwolves became the first local rep team to earn a second tournament championship banner in the 2012-13 hockey season.
The Wolves captured the North Dundas Devils crown in Winchester Jan. 12
The Wolves defeated the Char-Lan Rebels 5-2 and the host Devils 1-0 before pulling out a 3-2 win over the South Stormont Selects in the final.
Carter Bleeks scored in every game and had four markers in total. Reid Barber added a pair, and Thomas Barber, Andrew MacAskill and Tanton Landriault singles. Jayce Greer collected four assists.
Luke Moran posted two wins and Jacob Miller added his eighth shutout.
The Peewee Wolves also blanked Petawawa in Upper Ottawa Valley Hockey League play, 8-0, and lost 2-1 to Valley Storm.
Reid Barber and Jared Burnette had hat tricks. Carter Bleeks added two goals and three helpers and Tyler Blackburn a solo marker. Miller posted another shutout.
The Novice Timberwolves topped Arnprior 4-3 and dropped a 2-1 decision to Pembroke.
Angus Duchene had three goals and Connor Buffam three assists in the win. Luke Steele added a single plus two assists. Chase Congdon scored in the defeat.
Owen Osborne was between the pipes in both games.
The Atom Wolves tied Pembroke 2-2 and defeated Arnprior 3-1.
Colby Bleeks had two goals, Carter Sammon, Kelson Hart and Nycholas Pearse singles. Hart and Pearse scored 28 seconds apart in the win. Justin Schutt added two assists.
Meadow Congdon was called up from atom house and earned the tie. Summer Simons was in goal for the victory.
The Bantam Wolves topped Petawawa 3-1, and then lost the return match on the road 1-0. They also lost 2-0 in Cobden.
Kraig Thompson, Ben Kusiseski and Jared Leclaire scored, all with assists from Zach Moran. Carter Blimkie backstopped all three decisions.
The Minor Midget Wolves edged Petawawa 2-1 on goals from Adam Wright and Devon Barber. Patrick Bruzas chalked up the win.
Arnprior shut down the Major Midget Wolves 4-0 despite Travis Lemay’s 21-save effort.
Saturday games: Peewee Wolves vs. Deep River at 2:15 p.m., Bantam Wolves vs. Pembroke 3:30 p.m., Minor Midget Wolves vs. Pembroke 4:45 p.m.; and Major Midget Wolves vs. Arnprior 6 p.m.
Eganville defeated Renfrew Pizzeria 6-1 in novice house hockey action.
Colby Campbell scored for the Renfrew team. Hope Simons was in goal.
Canadian Tire bested Petawawa in the atom loop 3-1 behind goal production from Christopher Cayen, Carson Hanson and Matthew Sarsfield. Meadow Congdon guarded the goalcrease.
CTC also travelled to Barry’s Bay and reached the B final. CTC lost 1-0 and 2-1 to host teams, and topped local rival Barker’s 4-1 in their second game.
Hayden Moore had two goals. Sarsfield, Owen Brabant and Sinisiaq Niego carded singles.
Rory Limlaw scored for Barker’s, who also lost its first game 6-0 to West Carleton.
Brody Bennett was in goal in both tournament games for Barker’s.
Barker’s also dropped regular-season encounters 6-2 and 8-2 to Pembroke teams.
Limlaw and Dawson Stroud scored two goals each.
Farrell’s skated to a 6-6 draw with Arnprior.
Olivia Smart notched a pair. Maxx Steele, Kenya Stevenson, Easton McDonald and Alec McCallum had others.
Katie Brydges was between the pipes.
NAPA came home B champs from the Cobden peewee house tournament.
After suffering a 2-1 loss to Rockland, NAPA rolled past Barry’s Bay 6-2 and Cobden 9-1.
Tanton Landriault had seven goals and Stephen Young three goals and three assists.
Wyatt St. Michael, Brady Limlaw, Bryce Schaap, Colton Dowd, Olivia Smart and Sydney Smart bagged singles.
Brody Byce and Bryce Schaap covered goaltending duties.
Schaap pegged the goalkeeping win while St. Michael and Landriault each had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 NAPA win over Cobden in league play.
Fulton’s left Pembroke with a 1-1 tie. Brett Clouthier scored in support of goaltender Ethan Joudrey.
Renfrew Metro was nipped 2-1 by both Barry’s Bay and Eganville in the bantam loop.
Evan Zohr and Braedon Vincent notched Metro markers.
Connery Campbell was the tough-luck losing goaltender.
Fraser’s and Deep River tied 2-2. Cole Turcotte and Brandon Hanniman scored for Fraser’s. Jordan Vandersleen handled netminding chores.
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