Here is the Weekly Report for the week ending Sunday Feb 27...
U15- Pita Pit
The Pita Pit U15 Quinte Red Devils ended the regular season with a bang this weekend. They hit the road on Saturday to beat the Whitby Wildcats 3-0. Liam Boyer had the shut out and the goals were scored by Evan Erwin, Brody Nielissen and Sunny Fanjoy with an empty netter.
On Sunday, the Red Devils hosted the Clarington Toros and took the win, 7-1. Reece Herman protected the pipes and Brody Nielissen had a hat trick. Others goals were scored by Ben Sherwin, Deke Osterhout, Sunny Fanjoy and Vincent Larose-Amyot. What a strong finish for the Red Devils.
Up next, the Pita Pit Quinte Red Devils will fight for a spot at the OMHA Championships playing two games each against the Barrie Colts, Whitby Wildcats and the Ajax-Pickering Raiders. It should be an exciting series…. Good luck Red Devils!
U10- Gillespie’s Tree Service
The Gillespie’s Tree Service QRD U10’s travelled to Clarington on Saturday to take on the Toros in their first ever playoff game. The season series between the teams was pretty evenly split as they both had 1 win and 1 loss. The QRD squad played a solid game by limiting the Toros scoring chances and taking advantage of their power play opportunities. Hayden Tripp started in net for the Red Devils and helped the team earn their first ever playoff victory.
QRD Goal Scorers: Kade Osterhout x 2, Everett Brown and Blake McManus
On Sunday the Red Devils played host to the Peterborough Petes. The only time these two teams played each other during the regular season was back in October and it ended in a tie. Quinte seemed to dictate the play early as they jumped out to a 2-0 lead. However, in the 2nd period QRD started to get in some penalty trouble which kept Peterborough in the game. QRD would go perfect on the penalty kill as goaltender Hayden Tripp earned his first playoff shutout and the team went to 2-0 in the playoff round.
QRD Goal Scorers: Everett Brown x 3 and Kade Osterhout
Coaches Corner with Head Coach Andrew Brown:
“What a great way to start a fun and exciting playoff experience for these kids. We are very proud of our attention to detail in the defensive zone this last weekend. We continue to refine our game in many ways and take one day at a time. We will look to carry our momentum into another fun weekend ahead.”
U11- Borchert’s Roofing
After 3 seasons together, The Borchert's Roofing QRD U11 AAA Team were excited to finally get some playoff action under their belts this past weekend. In game one of the OMHA Playoffs, The Red Devils came out flying and kept their foot on the gas, as they skated to a 8-1 win over the Richmond Hill Coyotes. There were eight different goal scorers in the game for the Devils; Noah Hughes, Jaxson Plummer, Brody Grant, Cam Stevens, Mason Whalen, Rowyn Haley, Shea Teather and Grady Riley. Adding Helpers on the goals; Oliver McCulloch (2), Miller Nicholson, James Gullage, Teather, Plummer, Riley and Grant. Matt Travers was sharp between the pipes for the win. Shea Teather was named player of the game.
On Sunday, the Red Devils headed to Whitby to take on the Wildcats. the Devils played a very solid team game and skated to a 12-1 win on the road. Brody Grant scored 4 goals in the game, and was named player of the game. Also scoring for the Devils was James Gullage (2), Miller Nicholson (2), Grady Riley, Noah Hughes, Shea Teather and Cameron Stevens. Assists going to Teather (3), Gullage (2), Stevens (2), Mason Whalen (2), Haley (2), Plummer, Grant, Thomas Marsden and Jack Woods. Dax Sage was solid in net for the win.
On Deck: Monday 6:30 pm vs Peterborough @ Marmora, Saturday 2:00 pm vs Whitby @ Marmora & Sunday 1:00 pm @ Clarington.
U13- E360 Solutions
The E360 Solution U13’s finished off their regular season with a win and a loss.
On Saturday the team travelled to Lindsay to face the Central Ontario Wolves. It was a slow start but half way through the game the Devils got on the board when Maclean Chisholm passed to Ryan Foley for the goal. The Devils would score again, when Keegan Goulah, assisted by Jake Gawley, scored five hole during the power play. Lily Reid would take home the shutout and 2-0 win.
The Devils hit the ice on Sunday to host the Whitby Wildcats at home in Madoc. The Red Devils were down two goals at the start of the second period. Chase Cybulskie got the team on the board with a tip in from Pierson Clute. Followed by a goal from Galen O’Shea, assisted by Ty Leavitt. The Devils were still down one goal at the end of the second period. Nate Rashotte, assisted by Clute, would find the back of the net but the clock would run out and the game would end 4-3. In net, Charlie Vos kept the team in the game.
The E360 Solutions had a great season and finished with a 15-8-5 record earning them fifth place overall. The team is ready to turn up the heat and start play offs later this week. Go Quinte Go!
U12- Stampkrete Concrete Contracting
The Stampkrete QRD U12’s travelled to Woodville on Sunday to take on the Central Ontario Wolves. Central had taken the first 2 contests vs. Quinte, so Quinte was looking to seek some revenge.
Coen Lowry would score a PP goal late in the 1st period to put QRD up 1-0. Drawing assists on the power play marker were Ewan Dahle and Trent Clow.
Central would tie it up in the second, deflecting a point shot past Ryerson Swan to even the contest 1-1. Quinte would respond quickly, when Hudson Brown converted a nice pass from Lowry on a perfectly executed 2-on-1. After a hard fought penalty filled 3rd period, the game would end 2-1 for Quinte, securing a 4th place seed heading into the playoffs.
Ryerson Swan took the win in net for QRD.
Next Up: Playoffs TBD
U18- McInroy Maines Construction
The Quinte McInroy-Maines Construction U18 Red Devils picked up two wins to open the ETA OMHA playdowns.
In Game One on Thursday night, the Red Devils defeated the Clarington Toros 6-1. Keenan Wiles (2), Trent Williams, Aiden Haller-Brady, Bailey Pipe and Jack Lowry scored in the win while Carter McKee (3), Kellen Dostaler (3), Ethan Osborne (2), Liam Reid, Tyson Carr, Spencer Horgan and Kyle Ramsperger picked up assists. Brady Spry picked up the win in goal. Devils of the Day were Carter McKee, Jack Dever, Jack Lowry and Liam Reid.
In Game Two, the Devils hit the road and came home with a 5-0 win over the Barrie Colts. Cooper Kellar, Kyle Ramsperger, Trent Williams, Bailey Pipe and Carter McKee scored for QRD while Spencer Horgan, Aiden Haller-Brady, Ethan Osborne, Kellen Dostaler and Jack Lowry added assists. Brady Spry picked up the shutout between the pipes. Devil of the Day was awarded to the whole team for an impressive team effort.
U9- Foley Bus Lines
The Foley Bus Lines QRD U9AAA Team, travelled to Peterborough on Wednesday for a mid week game vs The Pete's. The Devils skated hard and played well as a team on their way to a 4-1 win over The Pete's. Lighting the lamp for the Red Devils was Max Norton, Jaxon Elrick, Evan Andrews and Kade Whelan. Assisting on the goals; Andrews (2), Noah Gilchrist, Norton, Nathan Wain and Oliver Hodgins. Lily Groeneveld was sharp between the pipes for the win.
On Deck: Tuesday March 1st @ Kingston & Thursday March 3rd @ Oshawa.