Here is the Quinte Red Devils Weekly Report for the week of Feb 3-9...
Pita Pit- Major Peewee (U13)
The Pita Pit Peewees had a busy week with 3 games in 4 days. They would eventually take 4 out of a possible 6 points in these games. Now they only have 1 regular season game left as they prepare for the playoffs.
The Pita Pits hosted Kingston on Wednesday night for a midweek tilt. The Devils were down 3-1 with 10 minutes left in game but would fight there way back in this one and pull out a 4-3 win.
Goal scorers were Trevor Brooks with 2
Deke Osterhout and Ethan Kenney.
Assisting them were Evan Erwin, Pax Murphy, Sam Thompson, Owen Cassidy, Andrew MacNiel and Kaiden Harmon.
Reece Herman got the win in net for Quinte.
Quinte would travel to Peterborough for a tilt with the Petes on Friday night. Quinte came out flying but just couldn’t bury one early and it would cost them in this game as they battled hard but fell to the Petes 3-2.
Both goals were scored by Deke Osterhout. With assists going to Ben Sherwin 2 Owen Cassidy and Mason Musclow.
Liam Boyer was in net for the Red Devils.
On Saturday Quinte hosted the Oshawa Generals. The Red Devils dominated the Generals from start to finish by downing them 7-2.
Goal scorers. Kaiden Harmon with 2
Ben Sherwin with 2, Trevor Brooks, Mason Musclow and Christian Sokoljuk.
Assists. Osterhout 2. Erwin 2. Murphy 2.
Birney 2. Boyer. Harmon. Sokoljuk. Musclow.
McCormack and Hartwick to round out the scoring. Reece Herman got the W in this one for Quinte.
Saturday vs Ajax/Pickering in Napanee.
Free Flow Petroleum- Minor Peewee (U12)
This weekend the Minor Peewees traveled to play back-to-back games against the Central Ontario Wolves. Unfortunately, falling short both games, the team finished the season in 5th earning them home team advantage in the playoff run. Goals, this weekend, by: Ryland Cunningham (2), Jacob Moore, Riley Reid. Assists to: Jack Foley, Kaden Koutroulides and Owen Rivers.
The Minor Peewees have their sights set and are focused on round one versus the Oshawa Generals. Game one takes place on Thursday, February 13th at 7pm (QSWC), followed by Sunday at 4:30 in Oshawa and (if needed) the team will return home, on the 18th at 7pm, in Napanee.
The Quinte Red Devils Novice AAA Team hit the road this past weekend to play two league games.
On Saturday, the Devils headed to Peterborough to take on the hard working Pete’s. The two teams skated hard, and exchanged chances in the first two periods, keeping fans on the edge of their seats. It wasn’t until the third period, that the Devils were able to sneak one past the Pete’s goalie, and then managed to score 3 more before the end of the period to win the game 4-0. Dax Sage made several key saves in the game, allowing his team to push on for the win, and was awarded the “Red Devils Team Heart Award” for the game. Lighting the lamp for the Devils was Grady Riley, Lincoln Walt, Mason Whalen and Noah Hughes. Assisting on the goals was Everett Brown, Rowyn Haley, Holden Goulah and Walt.
The Novice Devils were in Clarington for a Sunday afternoon game, where they played a very solid team game from start to finish, on their way to a 9-0 win. Noah Hughes had a hat trick in the game and Zachary Miedema scored a pair of goals in his first game as a forward this season. Holden Goulah, Grady Riley, Mason Whalen and Lincoln Walt all chipped in with a goal each. Adding helpers on the goals was Miedema (3), Brody Randle (2), Mason Whalen (2), Thomas Marsden, Jaxson Plummer and Everett Brown. Matthew Travers was solid in net, earning a shutout in the win. Noah Hughes and Zachary Miedema shared the “Red Devils Team Heart Award” for their hard work in the game.
Bonn Law- Major Bantam (U15)
The Bonn Law Major Bantams have finished their regular season in first place, with a 7 point lead over the second place York Simcoe Express.
Two big wins this past weekend against the Barrie Colts (2-1) and York Simcoe Express (4-1) secured a 17 game winning streak and an overall record of 31-2-3 (65 points).
The boys will sit the first round as a result of their hard work and exceptional regular season finish. They look forward to building on this momentum when they start playoffs in approximately two weeks time.