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QRD Weekly Report - Monday November 1, 2021
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Here is the Weekly Report for the week ending October 31, 2021...

U12- Stampkrete Concrete
The Stampkrete QRD U12s suffered their second straight loss during their lone game of the week. The Central Ontario Wolves travelled to Marmora on Saturday and went home with a convincing 4-1 victory!

The Stampkrete QRD U12s couldn’t muster much offence on Saturday, scoring their only goal in the 3rd via the powerplay. Scoring for QRD was Coen Lowry, assisted by Trent Clow and Kalum Phillips. Ryerson Swan make several key saves throughout the game to keep it within reach, but Central potted an empty net with only seconds left to seal the victory!

The Stampkrete QRD U12s have a busy week and look to get back on track with games:

Tuesday Nov.2nd vs. Oshawa Generals 7pm (Marmora)

Saturday Nov.6th vs. Oshawa Generals 4:45pm (Marmora)

Sunday Nov.7th vs. Richmond Hill 1:45pm (Richmond Hill)

 

U13- Environmental 360 Solutions
With just a single game on the schedule this week, the E360 Solutions U13s travelled to Oshawa to take on the Generals.  Quinte started off the scoring with a goal by Ryan Sherwin, assisted by Blake Munnings. Nate Rashotte found the back of the net and the game was tied 2-2 at the end of the first period.  Unfortunately, Oshawa would go on to score three unanswered goals and take the 5-2 win. 

On Deck:
The E360 Solutions Red Devils host the Peterborough Petes in Madoc on Tuesday and then heads to Toronto for the Shanahan Tournament on the weekend.

 

U18- McInroy Maines Construction
The McInroy-Maines U18 Red Devils went 2-1-1 in the Clash in YGK tournament in Kingston this weekend.

On Day One, QRD defeated Ontario Hockey Academy 3-0 and lost 3-2 to the Peterborough Petes.

On Day Two, QRD played its best hockey of the season, defeating the eventual tournament champions, North York Rangers 2-1 and tying the Toronto Titans 2-2.

Unfortunately, the U18s failed to advance to the semifinals, losing out in the tie breaking formula.

Brady Spry and Brayden Friedrich played well in goal.

Scoring results for QRD in the tournament:
Joey Coates, Kellen Dostaler, 1G, 2A
Kyle Ramsperger, 2G
Jack Lowry, Trent Williams and Justin Murdoch, 1G, 1A
Bailey Pipe, Tyson Carr, 1G
E
than Osborne, 2A
Alex Delisle, Aiden Haller-Brady, Spencer Horgan, Carter McKee and Liam Reid, 1A

U15- Pita Pit
The Pita Pit U15 Red Devils earned themselves 5 of 6 points in the last three games. They started off a busy weekend with a hard fought, 1-0 win on Thursday over the Kingston Junior Gaels. Reese Herman had the shut-out and Sunny Fanjoy had the game winning, and only goal.

On Saturday, the Red Devils hit the road to take on the Peterborough Petes. It was a tight game from beginning to end with Herman in net but with two goals from Zack Carrier and a goal from Mason Boyer they earned themselves a well-deserved point, with the game ending in a 3-3 tie.

On Halloween, the Red Devils had a spooktacular rematch against the Kingston Jr. Gaels rallying back from penalties and a 3-1 deficit to take a 7-3 win.  Liam Boyer protected the net and goals from Avery Weese, Zack Carrier (2), Ben Sherwin (2), Parker Ferguson and Sunny Fanjoy locked up the win.

On deck:
The U15s will host the Markham Waxers at home on Wednesday, Nov 3rd at 7:30pm.

 

U10- Gillespie’s Tree Service
The Gillespie’s Tree Service QRD U10’s travelled to Bowmanville to take on the Clarington Toros for their second away game of the regular season. 

QRD got out to an early 1-0 lead but unfortunately, that was short-lived. With a little puck luck the Toros would score the next 3 goals to go ahead 3-1. QRD would then tie the game at 3 with two shorthanded goals, though soon after the Toros regained the two goal lead heading into the 3rd period. Now trailing 5-3, QRD controlled play for the whole 3rd period and came very close to tying the game late. The final score was 5-4 in favour of the Toros.  QRD will look to build off their 3rd period momentum as they prepare for the Shanahan Tournament this weekend.

QRD Goal Scorers: Everett Brown x 2, Dylan Chalk and Kingston Holzmann

On deck: Shanahan Tournament in Toronto Nov 5-7

 

U11- Borchert’s Roofing
The Borchert’s Roofing QRD U11's had a very busy week, playing three league games and one exhibition game.

The Red Devils hosted the Kingston Jr. Gaels on Wednesday evening in Belleville, where they found the back of the net 15 times. Miller Nicholson and Cameron Stevens both had a hat trick in the game. Noah Hughes, James Gullage and Jaxson Plummer all added a pair of goals, while Mason Whalen, Rowyn Haley and Grady Riley all added single goals in the game. Adding helpers on the goals was Whalen (4), Shea Teather (3), Riley (2), Plummer (2), Stevens (2), Nicholson, Gullage, Haley, Hughes, Edmund Dowling, Oliver Mcculloch, and Thomas Marsden. Dax Sage earned the shut out for his team.

On Friday, the Borchert’s Roofing Devils headed down the 401 for a game with the Ajax/Pickering Raiders. The team came out flying lighting the lamp an impressive 13 times in a 13–1 victory. Scoring for the Devils were Grady Riley, Mason Whalen and Jaxson Plummer with two each. Adding singles were Rowyn Haley, Edmund Dowling, Shea Teather, Cameron Stevens, Miller Nicholson, Austin Pettey and Jack Woods. Assisting on the goals were Stevens (3), Nicholson (2), Noah Hughes (2) and James Gullage, Holden Goulah, Whalen, Riley, Plummer and Woods each with one. Dax Sage earned the win in net for the Devils.

The U11 boys were back home Saturday, to host the Peterborough Pete’s and earned their 3rd win of the week and 8th consecutive win of the regular season. Scoring for the home team in the 5-2 win, was Oliver McCulloch, Grady Riley, Holden Goulah, Cameron Stevens, and Shea Teather. Noah Hughes Had a pair of assists in the game, and Riley picked up one. Matt Travers was solid between the pipes for the win.

On Sunday, the Red Devils Played their 3rd game in three days, when they hosted the Vaughn Kings for an exhibition game in Marmora. The Devils took a 2-0 lead in the first period, but the speedy Kings team battled back, and the game ended in a 3-3 tie. Mason Whalen, Miller Nicholson, and Shea Teather lit the lamp for the Devils. Assisting on the goals were Jaxson Plummer, Grady Riley, Whalen and Nicholson. Dax Sage was in net for the Devils and made some exceptional saves.

The Borchert’s Roofing Red Devils will take a break from league play next weekend, when they head to Toronto to participate in The Shanahan Tournament.


U14- Free Flow Petroleum
The U14 Free Flow Petroleum Red Devils picked up two wins and a loss over three regular season games this week.

A mid-week game at home marked the Devils first match-up of this season vs Ajax-Pickering. Only allowing the visitors to hit the scoreboard once, the U14s pulled out a 4-1 victory. Cohen Bedore holding strong in net. Scoring for the U14s: Liam Campbell (Grayson Walst and Max Dubé), Dubé x2 (Jacob Moore and Kaden Koutroulides), and Moore (Dubé and Jack Foley).

A weekend on the road, the U14s visited the North Central Predators on Saturday, followed by the Barrie Jr. Colts on Sunday.

Saturday, the Predators, took an early lead, however, the U14s weren’t long responding, Airhart feeding the puck to L. Campbell who scored the Devils first of the weekend. Soon after, Tavin MacDonald (L. Campbell) took a shot from the point, to make it 2-1. A power play goal by Moore (L. Campbell) sent the Devils into the 3rd period with a 3-1 lead. Early in the 3rd the home team closed the gap to only one. Although one quick Airhart to MacDonald set up was nicely redirected by J. Campbell, shifting the momentum once again. Quinte’s final goal by Lemieux, secured the 5-2 victory for goaltender Katste Brant and the U14s.

On Sunday versus the Barrie Jr. Colts, saw a high-scoring and physical game between these rivals. With Barrie having taken a quick lead, the U14s fought back one by one. Foley (Noah Lesser) scored the U14s lone goal of the first period as they headed into the second with a 4-1 deficit. The battle continuing, the U14s tied things up in the middle frame with goals by: L. Campbell (J. Campbell and Walst), Moore (Dubé and Lesser) and Foley (unassisted). Walst (Airhart), notched the U14s last goal of the game. Goaltender Katste Brant and the U14s took in their first loss (8-5 with an empty net) during league-play.

On deck: The Free Flow Petroleum U14s will be participating in the Shanahan Tournament, in Toronto this weekend.

U16 - Madison Excavating
The Madison Excavating U16 Red Devils notched 3 more wins under their belt giving them an impressive 10 -0 record! Their first win of the week was a home game Thursday verses the York Simcoe Express with a 5-2 win. Scoring by Reed Gee, Ben Vreugdenhil, Beckett Ewart, Liam Storms and Braedyn Rogers. Assists by Liam Storms, Beckett Ewart(2), Braedyn Rogers, Liam Philip and Ben Danford. In net Mike McIvor.
The next two victories were away games beginning with a 10-0 win verses Peterborough on Saturday. Goals by  Ben Danford, Beckett Ewart(2), Thomas Kuipers, Jared Langdon, Ethan Toms(3), Gage Butcher, Braedyn Rogers. Assists by Braedyn Rogers(2), Ben Vreugdenhil(2), Jared Langdon, Ethan Toms, Beckett Ewart(2), Brody Partridge, Thomas Kuipers, Liam Philip and Ben Danford. Glen McInnes in net for the shut out!
Sunday was a 3-2 win against the Barrie Colts. Goals by Nolan Donnelly, Jared Langdon and Ben Vreugdenhil. Assists by Thomas Kuipers, Braedyn Rogers, Beckett Ewart . Mike McIvor in net for the win. 

On Deck:
Three games on deck this week. Home game Thursday verses Kingston and two road games Saturday and Sunday verses North Central and a rematch with Barrie! 

 

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