S A T U R D A Y Brad Gushue and his rinks dreams of a trip to the Olympics came to an end Saturday night. Gushue gave up a deuce in the fifth and eighths ends and loses to Mike McEwen 6-4 in the semi-final in Ottawa. TEAMS
S A T U R D A Y Deer Lake and Corner Brook come up with wins on Saturday. Deer Lake down Port aux Basques Mariners 10-4. Stephen Simms, Luke Parsons and Scott Flynn had two goals each for the winners. The Royals double the Jets 6-3. Adam Guy and
S U N D A Y Mitch Oke scored two third period goals and Gander Flyers beat the Cataracts 5-2. Jordan Escott, Andrew Pal and Brad Power had singles. Michael Brent and Danny Wicks scored for the Cats. The Flyers now 8-2 on the season and the Cataracts 5-5.
Veteran Terry Ryan scored twice and set up another as St. John’s Caps downed the Northeast Eagles 5-2 in East Coast Senior hockey play Friday night. Jeremy Barron, Robert Barrett, and Cody Squires had the singles for the Caps. Barrett and Barron picked up two assist as well in this game.
Shannon Moores with the Deer Lake Red Wings has the scoring lead in the West Coast Senior Hockey League. In six games he has scored five goals and added six assists for 11 points. Ryan Meade of the Corner Brook Royals holds down second place in the scoring race with ten points. He
Team Kelli Turpin (with Michelle Jewer skipping) stole a single in the 3rd end against defending SuperLeague Champion (Team Mark Noseworthy) making the score 2-2, but from that point it was all down hill for the women. Taking the wind out of their sails was a pretty angle raise takeout for a pair by
W E D N E S D A Y The St. John’s Edge undefeated on home court with four straight wins thanks to a blowout 136-117 win over the London Lightning. They have a record of 7-2 on season. The edge won Tuesday 126-123. Again the story was Carl English. He
Jordan Escott of the Gander Flyers is leading the scoring race of the Central West Senior Hockey League. He has played six games and has four goals and nine assists for 13 points. Teammate Brandon Hynes holds down second place with 11 points from a league leading eight goals and three assists.
Three games were played in Metro Basketball on Tuesday night. Fougere Menchenton Architecture Inc defeated Dr Leslie Moss Professional Medical Corporation 61-56 Wayne Button led the winners with 16 points and Jay Cunningham added 12 M5 gets by Maries Mini Mart 57-52 Earl Hann had a 20 point performance for the winners.
St. John’s Edge teammates are one two in the Professional Basketball League scoring race. Home provincial player Carl English is the scoring leader in the league after his team’s seven games. English has scored 159 points this season. He is at 43.7 per cent and has hit 31 three pointers in