Here is the QRD Weekly Report for the past week of Red Devils action...
U10- Gillespie Tree Services
Drew Doughty London Tournament Recap: Oct 15-17
The Gillespie Tree Services QRD U10’s travelled to London and competed in their first tournament of the season. Not only did the team excel on the ice, but also the time spent away from the rink was just as important for the team bonding aspect. Whether it was swimming in the pool, playing mini sticks in the hallway or just sitting down and relaxing with the team, the group had a memorable weekend.
The QRD finished with a 3-1 record after round robin play however that wasn’t enough to secure them a semi-final spot. Everett Brown finished as top scorer for the team with 11 points in 4 games while Coulter Watson, Dylan Chalk and Blake Milne also had great offensive weekends. Goaltender Hayden Tripp had a strong weekend by earning the player of the game award after getting his first ever AAA shutout in game three. Logan Skutovich also excelled between the pipes and added a player of the game award in game four.
A big shout out this week goes to overall team defence. With a great display of teamwork, QRD only allowed 8 goals in 4 games which ranked them 3rd out of 16 teams in that category. The team continues to work hard and improve daily while putting in maximum effort each game.
Next Up: Saturday October 23rd @ Central Ontario Wolves
U18- McInroy Maines Construction
The Quinte McInroy Maines U18 Red Devils picked up a win and a loss in two ETA league games this past week.
QRD defeated the Kingston Junior Gaels 4-2 on Tuesday in Kingston. Keenan Wiles, Kyle Ramsperger, Bailey Pipe and Justin Murdoch scored for QRD while Jack Lowry (3), Ethan Osborne, Pipe and Murdoch picked up the assists.
Brady Spry continued his strong play and grabbed the win between the pipes.
On Sunday, a heavily penalized QRD team dropped a 2-1 decision to the Markham Waxers in Markham.
Jack Lowry scored the only QRD goal.
Brayden Friedrich was strong in net for the Red Devils.
On Deck: QRD hits the road again to face Kingston on Tuesday night before returning home to host Markham on Saturday.
U13- E360 Solutions
The Environmental 360 Solutions U13’s faced off against the first place, York Simcoe Express on Saturday at St. Andrews College. Cole Coughlin fired at the net and Maclean Chisholm scored on the rebound putting Quinte on the board. YSE answered back with a goal of their own. The game was tied 1-1 until late in the third period. On the power play, Galen O’Shea took a shot and Ryan Sherwin was there for the tip in to score. Quinte finished the game with an empty netter by Jake Gawley, assisted by Wyatt Whalen. Goalie, Lily Reid, brings home the two points with the 3-1 win against York Simcoe.
On Sunday, Quinte hosted the Barrie Colts for their second face off this season. The Colts scored first but Quinte answered right back with a shot from the point by Blake Munnings, assisted by Chase Cybulskie. End of the first period and the game is tied at 1-1. The second period started with another goal by the Colts, but once again Quinte answered back when Gawley passed to Whalen to score. The Colts would score again and despite their effort the U13’s were not able to find the back of the net. Despite the 3-2 loss, Charlie Vos was strong with over 30 shots on net.
On Deck: This week, the team travels to Whitby to face the Wildcats on Saturday and then the North Central Predators on Sunday in Madoc. Go Devils Go!
U16 - Madison Excavating
The Madison Excavating U16 Red Devils added two more wins to their regular season giving them an unbeaten 5-0 record! They came out hard securing a 5-1 victory over Richmond Hill on Saturday! Goals scored by Reed Gee(2), Ethan Toms, Ben Danford and Ben Vreugdenhil! Assisted by Gage Butcher(2), Liam Storms, Trey Cocek, Beckett Ewart(3), Vreugdenhil, Nolan Donnelly and Gee. In net Mike McIvor for the win! On Sunday they faced the OHMA champion Markham Waxers with a huge 7-1 victory not giving them a chance to play their game! Brody Partridge scored a hat trick along with Thomas Kuipers, Jared Woolley, Danford and Cocek. Assists were by Cocek, Toms, Donnelly, Campbell, Vreugdenhil, Partridge, Braedyn Rogers(2), and Wooley. In net was Mike McIvor.
On Deck: There are two road games on deck starting with the Clarington Toros on Friday and a rematch with Richmond Hill on Sunday .