Welland Canadians def. Stoney Creek Warriors 4-1
VALLEY PARK ARENA at 7:30pm
Marco Mattina scored late in the third period for Stoney Creek, but the team couldn’t come back from a three goal deficit as the Warriors lost to the Welland Jr Canadians 4-1. The Warriors will continue their homestead as they return to Valley Park Arena on Thursday night. (#HTWarriors)
(Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League)
Hamilton Red Wings def. by Mississauga Chargers 5-2
PORT CREDIT ARENA at 8pm
Hamilton kept the game close through the opening twenty minutes but the Mississauga Chargers pumbled the Red Wings’ net with shots in the third period to pull away in a 5-2 victory. Next up the Red Wings will return home on Monday night to host the Orangeville Flyers. (#HTRedWings)
(Ontario Junior Hockey League)
Queens Gaels def. McMaster Marauders 77-73
Taylor Black and Aaron Redpath combined for 38 points as the Marauders were downed by the Gaels Saturday night. McMaster held a six point lead into half time but Queens came out motivated in the third quarter and outscored the home team by nine points. With the loss Mac 1-4 this season while Queens improves to 5-1.
Queens Gaels def. McMaster Marauders 80-67
McMaster kept it close through the first half but Queens pulled away in the third quarter outscoring the Marauders 31-13 in the third. Mac outscored the Gaels in the fourth quarter but couldn’t come back as they were defeated. Danielle Boiago had 23 points for the Marauders while Liz Burns added eight and Clare Kenney added seven. McMaster is now 1-4 this season while Queens improves to 3-3.
McMaster Marauders def. Windsor Lancers 3-1
McMaster remains undefeated with a victory in Windsor. After splitting the first two sets with the Lancers, the Marauders won two straight sets to take the game. Stephen Maar led Mac with fifteen kills while Kevin Stevens had eleven kills and Jayson McCarthy had ten. Mac improves to 8-0 and will take on Western on Sunday.
McMaster Marauders def. Brock Badgers 3-2
Brock took the first set 25-23 before the Marauders came back winning the next two. With the Badgers evening the matches at two, McMaster took the victory with a 15-13 victory in the fifth set. Shannon McRobert led the Marauders with fifteen kills followed by Kailee Stock with ten and Kierstyn Bakker with nine. Mac improves to 5-5 and won’t be on the court again until the new year.
Mohawk Mountaineers def. Canadore Panthers 75-66
The Canadore Panthers may be winless, but they gave the reigning Canadian champion and current West Region front running Mohawk Mountaineers a battle in OCAA basketball action in North Bay Saturday. Alex Reis had a big game for Mohawk with 25 points. Andrew Cicuttini scored 14 and Manny Campbell chipped in with 12. With the victory, Mohawk improved to 7-1, while Canadore fell to 0-8.
Mohawk Mountaineers def. by Nipissing Lakers 3-2
Mohawk looked like they might sweep after taking the first two sets, but Nipissing came charging back to pull out the victory. Marcin Jedrzjewski led the Mountaineer offense with 11 kills and two service aces for 13 points and added 14 digs on defense. Eric Danecke had seven kills, two aces and four stuff blocks. With the win, Nipissing went to the top of the division standings with a 6-1 record. Mohawk fell back into a tie for second with Redeemer, both with 5-2 marks.
Sheridan Bruins def. by Redeemer Royals 3-0
Mohawk Mountaineers def. by Nipissing Lakers 3-1
The Mohawk women dropped a 3-1 decision to Nipissing. Charlotte Huitema came off the bench to score three kills and three aces, plus seven digs for the Mountaineers. Melissa DeHaan had six kills and Kristin VanHartingsveldt had two kills, one ace and three blocks. Melanie Patenaude produced 16 digs. Mohawk is now 4-2 and in fourth place, four points behind Humber, Nipissing and Fanshawe, all with 12 points.
Sheridan Browns def. by Redeemer Royals 3-2
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