Here is the QRD Weekly Report for the week ending November 21...
U11- Borchert’s Roofing
The Borchert's Roofing QRD U11 AAA Team, recorded back to back shutouts this weekend and improved their record to 12-0 in league play.
On Saturday, the Red Devils hosted the Central Ontario Wolves in Marmora. Dax Sage closed the door in net, on their way to a 4-0 win. Lighting the lamp for the home team was Grady Riley, Shea Teather, Noah Hughes and Edmund Dowling. Picking up assists on the goals was Miller Nicholson, Mason Whalen and Jaxson Plummer.
On Sunday, the Devils were in Madoc, to take on the Barrie Colts. After a scoreless first period, the home team buried 8 unanswered goals, from 8 different goal scorers. Thomas Marsden, Austin Pettey, James Gullage, Grady Riley, Shea Teather, Jaxson Plummer, Miller Nicholson and Jack Woods all had a goal in the game. Assisting on the goals: Nicholson (3), Whalen (3), Rowyn Haley (2), Plummer, Hughes, Marsden, Hughes. Matt Travers was sharp in net, picking up the shutout.
On deck: The Red Devils head on a road trip next weekend to take on the Barrie Colts and North Central Predators.
U15- Pita Pit
The U15 Pita Pita Red Devils had just one game this weekend against the York-Simcoe Express. Deke Osterhout had an outstanding game, scoring all three of Quinte’s goals but unfortunately, the Red Devils just couldn’t pull off the win when the Express scored a last minute empty net goal to end the game with a final score of 5-3.
The game that was scheduled for Saturday against the Barrie Colts will be made up at a later date.
On deck: The Red Devils will be on the road next week to take on Barrie and North Central.
U10- Gillespie’s Tree Service
The Gillespie Tree Services QRD U10’s travelled to Aurora this weekend to battle a strong York-Simcoe Express squad. The Express jumped out of the gate with two goals and led 2-0 after the first period. The action was back and forth in the second period as the QRD fought to gain some momentum, however the score remained 2-0 heading into the 3rd period. Finally, the resilience of QRD paid off as they got on the board with an early power play goal in the 3rd. As the 3rd period continued goaltender Hayden Tripp kept QRD in the game with some key saves. QRD was able to tie the game at 2-2 late in the 3rd period and depart Aurora with a well earned point in the standings.
Through the first 7 league games of the season QRD owns a 3-2-2 record which has them near the middle of the group. While the theme of this season is development and teamwork, it is also great to see the group have some success.
QRD Goal Scorers: Kade Osterhout and Robbie Robinson
Coaches Corner with Head Coach Andrew Brown:
“We really have started to define our character as a team. This weekend we travelled to play a top place team, we knew what the challenge was all about and rose to the occasion. The never-give-up attitude our group shows has been very impressive. Super proud of our group.”
On deck: Sunday November 28th vs Markham Waxers
U13- E360 Solutions
Tough week for the E360 Solution U13’s with only one win!
A mid-week game saw the E360 Solution U13’s hit the road to take on the Central Ontario Wolves. The Wolves would score three goals before the Devils got on the board in the second period during a 5 on 3 when Nate Rashotte (assisted by Seth Scaletta and Chase Cybulskie) found the back of net. Quinte would score again in the third period when Cybulskie tapped in the rebound from MacLean Chisholm. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough as Quinte took the 4-2 to Central Ontario.
Next, the E360 Solution Devils faced off against the Peterborough Petes. Cole Coughlin fired a shot from the blue line to get Quinte on the board. A minute later, Ty Leavitt found the back of the net and Keegan Goulah would score to end the first period with Quinte up 3-2 over the Petes. Quinte would add one more to the scoreboard with a goal from Rashotte and collect two points with the 4-3 win. Assists went to: Wyatt Whalen, Ryan Foley, Lily Reid, Chisholm x 2, Rashotte and Scaletta.
The E360 Solution U13’s didn’t have to wait long for another match up against the Central Ontario Wolves, this time in their own barn. However, the devils came up short with only two goals by Goulah and Chisholm. The Wolves took the 6-2 win.
On deck: The team faces the first place York Simcoe Express and the Barrie Colts.
U12- Stampkrete Concrete Contracting
The Stampkrete QRD U12’s travelled to Peterborough on Wednesday November 17th to take on a strong Petes squad. It was a very tight affair, with both teams trading scoring opportunities. After a scoreless 1st period, Joey Seguin found the back of the net off of a great passing play by Lauchlan Whelan and Easton Thompson. Peterborough answered back quickly, to take the game into the 3rd period with the score tied 1-1. Peterborough scored again halfway through the 3rd, and with the goalie pulled for the extra attacker QRD could not find the back of the net. Peterborough would go on to win 2-1. Ryerson Swan had a stellar game in net for QRD!
On Saturday November 20th the Stampkrete QRD U12’s hosted the Barrie Jr. Colts at the Marmora Arena. It was a tight checking game, but Quinte was unable to muster any offence. Barrie would go on to secure a 4-0 victory with Ryerson Swan taking the loss in net.
On Sunday November 21st the Stampkrete QRD U12’s travelled to St. Andrew’s College to take on the York-Simcoe Express. After a scoreless 1st period, Quinte erupted in the 2nd with 4 goals before adding 2 more in the 3rd to take a 6-1 win. Scoring for QRD was Hudson Brown (2), Coen Lowry (2), Easton Thompson and Ben Hunt. Drawing assists on the goals were Trent Clow (2), Brechyn Aird (3), Ewan Dahle and Lowry. Nathan Ferriss secured the win in net making some timely saves and snuffing out all rebound attempts!
On deck: The team travels to Whitby this week to participate in the Silver Stick Tournament
U14- Free Flow Petroleum
The U14 Free Flow Petroleum Devils dropped a game Saturday but
bounced back strong for a win at home on Sunday.
The weekend began with a 3-0 loss in Whitby on Friday. On Sunday, the
U14s hosted the Peterborough Jr. Petes, where they put their teamwork and drive
on display every minute of the game.
The Petes, scoring first, did not hold onto the lead long, as the Devil’s
responded quickly. Jack Foley, assisted by Matthew Airhart, scored Quinte’s
first goal. The Petes scored once again, only to have Quinte answer with one of
their own. Kaden Koutroulides, from a Liam Campbell feed, evened the period 2-2.
The sequence repeating itself one final time with the Petes scoring first. Airhart
(unassisted) sent the game into the third period, tied up 3-3. Some impressive
Devils action from Katste Brant in net and outward, the home team surged once
more. Airhart, by way of a Moore and Foley set up and earned the game winner. The
Free Flow Petroleum U14s were victorious, 4-3.
Next up: The U14s have a busy schedule this week. Join us for one of home games, Wednesday night at 7:45pm (Family Dental Centre) vs. Kingston or Sunday at 1:30pm (CAA) vs. North Central. The Devils also head to Oshawa on Saturday.
U16- Madison Excavating
The Madison Excavating U16 Devils added another tie and 2 wins to their undefeated season.
The first game on Thursday ended in a 3-3 tie against Central Ontario. Goals scored by Beckett Ewart and Ben Vreugdenhil(2). Assists by Ben Vreugdenhil, Deke Osterhout, Beckett Ewart, Braedyn Rogers, Ethan Toms and Ben Danford. In net Mike McIvor.
On Saturday the boys came out flying in a 9-3 victory over Peterborough. Goals scored by Gage Butcher, Beckett Ewart, Thomas Kuipers(2), Deke Osterhout, Ethan Toms, Braedyn Rogers, Ben Vreugdenhil and Liam Storms. Assists by Deke Osterhout, Braedyn Rogers, Thomas Kuipers, Reed Gee, Trey Cocek(2), Brody Partridge, Carson Campbell(2), Liam Philip, Liam Storms, Ben Danford, Jared Woolley and Gage Butcher. In net Glen McInnes.
On Sunday they once again came out strong beating the Whitby 9-1. Scoring by Thomas Kuipers(3), Beckett Ewart, Brody Partridge, Gage Butcher(2), Braedyn Rogers and Ethan Toms! Assists by Ben Vreugde hil(3), Liam Philip, Thomas Kuipers, Reed Gee, Ben Danford(3), Brody Partridge(2) and Nolan Donnelly. Mike McIvor in net for the win.
On deck: The boys will be attending the International Silverstick Tournament in Whitby next weekend.
U18- McInroy Maines Construction
The Quinte McInroy-Maines U18 Red Devils picked up two wins in ETA league game this week.
In a 6-2 win over the Clarington Toros on Wednesday, QRD got a hat trick from Aiden Haller-Brady and two goals from captain Kellen Dostaler while Justin Murdoch added a single marker. Trent Williams (3), Carter McKee, Spencer Horgan, Ethan Osborne, Alex Delisle, Kyle Ramsperger, Bailey Pipe and Dostaler picked up assists while Brady Spry grabbed the win between the pipes.
Devils of the Day was shared by Joey Coates, Haller-Brady and Dostaler.
In a 4-2 win over the Peterborough Petes on Saturday, Williams (2), Murdoch and Osborne handled the scoring while Dostaler and Jack Lowry picked up assists.
Brayden Friedrich picked up the win in goal.
Devil of the Day went to Trent Williams.
On Sunday, Dostaler, Osborne, Murdoch, Horgan and Spry participated in the ETA all star game and picked up a 6-1 win as part of Team Ensoll. Osborne scored in the win while Dostaler and Murdoch assisted on the all-QRD tally.
On deck: The team plays two mid week home games hosting the Richmond Hill Coyotes on Tuesday night at 7:45pm at the CAA and the Ajax-Pickering Raiders at 8:30pm on Thursday night on the Mackay pad.