An 18 point performance by Jeff Locke backed up by 16 points from Dave Smith lead M5 to a 58-47 decision over Fougere Menchenton in Metro Basketball League play Thursday night. Darryl Kenny had 14 points for the losers and Dave Shears 13. Mike Pope hooped 17 points and teammate Steve Gosse added
Toby MacDonald and Bill Jenkins both improved to 5-1 in Bally Haly Super Curling League play on Tuesday night. MacDonald defeated Neil Jacobs Stewart McKelvey 6-4, Jenkins downed Matthew Smith Coastal Chiropractic 7-3. In other games Greg Smith North Atlantic edged Gary Perry GFL Environmental 5-4 to improve to 4-2 while Perry falls to 3-3.
The American Hockey league player of the week honours to to a member of the St. John’s Ice Caps. Center Charles Hudon takes the CCM/AHL honours. In the three games the Ice Caps played on the road Hudon had three goals and three assists. He had an assist in the shootout loss to the Rochester
The Maple Leafs made it a weekend sweep with an 11-2 win over Tri Pen Osprey Sunday. Kyle McGrath had a five point performance with two goals and three assists. Dylan MacKenzie Cody Langmean, James Locke and Danny Rice all had two goals apiece.Nathan Kenny added a single marker. Ryan Williams and Mason Oates scored for the
Team Symonds from the ReMax Center in St. John’s claimed the National Club championship–The Travelers title– Saturday in Ottawa. Andrew Symonds, the skip and his team of third Mark Healy, Second Cory Ewart and lead Keith Jewer claimed the championship beating Manitoba 6-4 in the title game. The win meant everything to skip Andrew Symonds. “Absolutely
S U N D A Y Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals scored single goals in the first and third periods and blank Mount Pearl Blades 2-nothing in junior hockey play Sunday. The win moves the Capitals into a first place tie with C-B-R Renegades. Both teams have 20 points. Andrew Paul and
S U N D A Y The Ice Caps extended their point streak to eight games as they defeated the Toronto Marlies 5-1 in a penalty-laden game Sunday afternoon. Morgan Ellis, Bud Holloway and Charles Hudon picked up three points each, all notching a goal and two assists. Rookies Daniel Carr and Mark MacMillan each added
S U N D A Y The first place North East Eagles picked up their 10th win of the season Sunday with a 5-2 decision over the Southern Shore Breakers at the mobile Arena The Eagles broke this one open early with four unanswered goals in the opening frame and then held a 4-1
S U N D A Y Danny Wicks and Rodi Short tallied twice each and the first place Cataracts skate to a 6-2 win over the Gander Flyers and a sweep of their weekend series. Andrew Brennan and Michael Cole added the other markers for the Cats. Brett Shute and Jordan Knox replied for Gander.
C-B-N Stars defeated Junior Celtics 7-2 Friday night. Mount Pearl Blades defeat Southern Shore 7-5