St. Marys Rock Minor Hockey Report


The FINNBILT Novice BB team tied their only game this week, a 3-3 draw with the Mooretown Jr. Flags. Nate Schiedel had a hat trick. Their 7-2-4 record gives them the fourth place spot in their division. Next week, they play a home game against the Petrolia Oilers on Monday, Nov. 30 at 7:10 pm, and then they head to the Gemini to face the Strathroy Jr. Rockets on Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 6:00 pm.
The Foodland Novice AE team won their lone game this week, with a 3-1 win over Mooretown. The win evened their record at 6-6-0, good for sixth in their division. Next week, they take on the Mt. Brydges Cougars at the Tri-Township on Saturday, Nov. 28 at 6:00 pm, followed by a home game against Petrolia on Monday, Nov, 30 at 6:00 pm.
The Kinsmen Club Novice Girls team had a great showing at the Stratford Aces Tournament. They started off strong on Friday by beating the host Stratford Aces 4-0. They got their first goal of the tournament from Rylee Nethercott. Goalie Ella Gracey was busy facing lots of shots on net from a tough Aces team, but with help from fabulous defensemen Rory Brockman and Bronwyn Hawkins, she was honoured with player of the game for her efforts. Game two saw the Rock edge out the Lucan Irish 4-1 with Kiara McGregor scoring a couple of goals as the player of the game. She got very impressive assists from hard working Niko Taylor and Kylie Fifield. Saturday was a tougher schedule for the Rock as they faced the two teams that would eventually compete in the finals. The Rock lost 3-0 to Chatham in their first game of the day and lost to the South Huron Sabres 4-1 in game two. The score didn’t tell the story of how hard the girls competed against the Sabres including efforts of player of the game Skylar Fadelle. On Sunday, the Rock faced the Chatham Outlaws in the semi-finals and played their best game of the entire season. Outstanding efforts from every player including Marin Chateauvert, Ella Carter, Keirsyn Wood, Rowan Aitken, Valentine Linares ensured the Kinsmen Novice Rock Girls saved their best team play for when it mattered most.

The ANAF Bantam BB team lost their lone game this week, in a 5-0 loss to an undefeated Mooretown Jr. Flags team. The team currently has a 5-6-4 record, and are tied for fifth in the league. This weekend, the team plays in Midland at the North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre for their Silver Stick tournament, followed by a home game against Ilderton on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 7:00 pm.
The McDonald’s Independent Atom BB team won their only game this week, with a 4-0 win over Mooretown on Wednesday. Kiefer MacNeil played goal and had the shutout, while RJ Martin, Ian Boyd, Ethan Pearce and Jimmy Schiedel scored. The team still has yet to lose a game, as they are 15-0-0, and have a nine point lead over the second place team in the division. They have a few games next week, starting in Greenwood Recreation Centre against Petrolia tomorrow at 3:20 pm, then they travel to the Gemini Sportsplex against Strathroy on Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 7:05 pm, followed by a home game against the Ilderton Jets at Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 6:15 pm.

The St. Mary’s Landscaping Atom Girls team had a great weekend. They went undefeated in their round robin, beating Lambeth (2-0) and Mt. Brydges (5-0) on Friday, and Mooretown (2-0) and Mitchell (2-1) on Saturday. On Sunday, they beat Lambeth 3-1 in the semifinals, but unfortunately lost 4-3 in the finals to Grey-Highland in an exciting game. They battled back from a 3-1 deficit, and nearly tied it late in the game with a couple of goal mouth scrambles. Goalie Grace Hillman was strong when tested, and all the girls worked hard and had fun.

The St. Mary’s Fire Department PeeWee BB team started off their week with a 4-3 loss to the Lambeth Lancers, but followed it up with a 4-1 win over Lambeth in a rematch, ending their four-game losing streak. Their next game was a 4-1 loss to the Dorchester Dragons. The team is currently fourth in the division, with a 6-8-1 record. Next week, they have a home-and-home with Petrolia, first visiting the Greenwood Recreation Centre tomorrow at 6:00 pm, and then play the home game on Monday Nov. 30 at 8:20 pm.
The Frayne Custom Cabinets Bantam AE team participated in the Silver Stick qualifier tournament in Collingwood and were extremely successful. In the round robin, they beat Saugeen Shores (5-1) and Elmvale (4-3), and tied Penetang 3-3. The semifinals saw them beat Niagara 2-0. They then beat Pentang in the finals 5-1, which saw Lake and Eric Taylor, Curtis Topp, and Julien Boyer all scoring, with Topp getting two. The team had great goaltending from Sullivan Mitchell and Jake Bryans all weekend. They only have one game next week; a home game against Dorchester on Sunday, Nov. 29 at 3:45 pm.