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Quinte Red Devils - Weekly Report - Nov. 7, 2022
Here is the weekly report for the week ending Sunday Nov 6...

Gillespie’s Tree Service U13s Winning Streak Continues!

 

With three games since Thursday the Gillespie’s Tree Service Quinte U13s’ have strung together eight in a row to bring their season to 10-1-1 and are now on top in their division. First, we started off by beating Clarington 4-1 at home on Thursday with goals by Clow, Seguin, Lowry and Marion. Assists earned by Marion, Clow, Dahle, Harold. Ferriss with the W in net. 

 

Then the team travelled to St. Andrews College on Saturday and managed to beat YSE 3-1 who were in second place. Goals by Laurin, Whelan and Dahle, assists given to Thompson, Lowry & Dewar. Ryerson Swan earned the win between the pipes this game. 

 

Then to top off the weekend we had a penalty-filled game on Sunday in Markham but finished with a 5-1 win.  Ferriss was in net Vs the Waxers. Putting the goals up for this one were Clow (2), Laurin, Thompson & Marion. Assisted by Whelan, B. Aird, Laurin, Dewar & Seguin. 

 

Nathan Ferris and Ryerson Swan have been solid in net for the Red Devils, only allowing 18 Goals against in the first 12 games. There is no lack of offence with this crew as the whole team has chipped in on the goals. For team defence, the goals against average speak for themselves. The Quinte U13s take pride in their team and attitude comes first. 

 

ON DECK: The Gillespie’s Tree Service U13s have practices this week and then they are off to the Niagara North Front Row Sports Classic tournament on Friday! 

 

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The McInroy Maines U18 Quinte Red Devils competed in 3 tough battles in league games this week, taking home a tie, a loss and a win.

 

Tuesday was a midweek match up in Kingston to face the Gaels at the Invista centre. After a back-and-forth effort, the first period would end with a 1-1 split. Quinte's first goal of the game came from Gage Butcher, assisted by Luke Jarmin and Thomas Kuipers. The second set would see the Devils down by a goal before heading into the third and final period of the game. Second period goal from Ben Vreugdenhil, assisted by Kuipers and Thomas Elkins. It was Wyatt Gregory who would come up strong with the tying goal in the third on the set up from Jared Woolley and Trent Williams. The Devils were not able to get the go ahead goal and would settle for the 3-3 split. Dean Spry was in net for the tie.

 

The Devils were at home to host the Ajax-Pickering Raiders on Thursday at the QSWC. The Raiders were first on the scoreboard leaving the Devils down by two going into the second. The second period saw Quinte come back from the deficit and score 3 in the set. Beau Reade got the offence started, assisted by Cooper Kellar and Rylan Reid. Two more goals were added to the board in the second. Butcher, assisted by Woolley and Kellar and Keenan Wiles on the set up from Deacon Ellis. Going into the third with a 3-3 tie it was a tough battle between the two teams. The Raiders would slide one past the Devils netminder to take the lead, leaving the Devils fighting to tie it back up. An empty netter with .05 seconds left in the game would seal the loss of 3-5 for the Quinte crew. Spry again battled in net for Quinte. 

 

Saturday had the U18s on the road to once again face the Barrie Colts for the third time of the season. Hoping to recover from the previous loss to the Colts, the Devils wasted no time taking the lead in the first with goals from Butcher and Williams. Assisting in the first were Kellar and Kuipers. The second period was dominated by the Devils as they tallied up 5 goals to take a strong lead in the game. Scoring in the second were Reade, Williams, Justin Murdoch(2) and Wiles. Assists came from Ty McCambridge, Gregory and Woolley). In a physical third period, Vreugdenhil would add the only goal of the set, assisted by Kuipers to make it a 8-2 final win for the Devils. Spry was strong between the pipes for Quinte. 

 

ON DECK: The McInroy Maines U18 Red Devils will be back in action this upcoming Saturday as they host the York Simcoe Express at the Mackay rink at QSWC 6pm.

 

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U16 Pita Pit Quinte Red Devils Go 1-1-1 This Weekend

 

At home on Thursday, the U16 Pita Pit Quinte Red Devils took on the Ajax-Pickering Raiders. It was a tough battle from start to finish and both teams walked away with a point with the game ending in a 3-3 tie. Liam Boyer was in net and the Red Devil goals were scored by Sunny Fanjoy and Brody Nielissen (2).

 

On Saturday, the Red Devils hit the road to play the Peterborough Petes. Another tight game from beginning to end with the game holding at a 1-1 tie. With 15 seconds left in the game, the Peterborough Petes scored to take the win, 2-1. Reece Herman protected the pipes and Quinte’s only goal was scored by Cohan Sands. 

 

The Pita Pit Red Devils travelled to Clarington on Sunday and this time they came out on top with a 2-1 win. Boyer was in net and both of Quinte’s goals were scored by Nielissen. 

 

ON DECK: On Saturday at home (4pm) the Pita Pit Red Devilstake on the North Central Predators and then on Sunday they travel to St. Andrews College to play the York-Simcoe Express. 

 

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The Free Flow Petroleum Red Devils drop their lone match over the weekend

 

The Quinte Free Flow Petroleum Devils traveled to Peterborough Saturday evening for a match against the Petes. Liam Campbell, on a feed from Matthew Airhart and Noah Lesser, opened scoring for the Devils. Peterborough would even things up with a breakaway goal and the period would end in a tie. While Quinte was kept off the scoreboard in the 2nd, Peterborough found the back of the net twice. From the point in the third, a power-play goal from Airhart would bring the game within reach for the Devils, but a Petes’ empty net goal ended the tilt, Otsirakatste Brant taking the 4-2 loss between the pipes for the Devils. 

 

ON DECK: The Devils have a busy week, hosting the Central Ontario Wolves on Wednesday, 8:30pm on CAA and the North Central Predators on Saturday, 2pm on Mackay. On Sunday the team travels to Markham to take on the Waxers.

 

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The short-staffed Quinte U14 E360 Solutions Red Devilspicked up two points in ETA league play this weekend.

 

On Saturday, the Red Devils dropped a 4-1 decision to the Barrie Colts before picking up a 3-2 win on Sunday over APR.

 

4-1 Loss to Barrie

G: Chisholm

A: Tracze, Munnings

Devils of the Day: Nate Rashotte and Ty Leavitt

 

3-2 Win over APR

G: Rowat, Colson, Whalen

A: Tracze, Foley, Rashotte, Munnings, Clute

Devils of the Day: Charlie Vos and Wyatt Whalen

 

ON DECK: The Quinte U14 E360 Solutions Red Devils will attend  the Ottawa Myers Tournament next weekend

 

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The Bonn Law QRD U12 Team picked up 5 of 6 points in league play this weekend, during their 3-day road trip.

 

The Bonn Law Red Devils started their weekend in Barrie on Friday evening. Although they didn’t get much going in the first period, it was a different story when they scored 6 goals in the second and 4 more in the third period, on their way to a 10-0 win. James Gullage scored 4 goals in the game, while Shea Teather and Noah Hughes each added a pair. Cameron Stevens and Brody Grant each added a goal in the game as well. Chipping in with helpers on the goals; Grant (3), Teather (2), Gullage, Hughes, Whalen, Pettey, Marsden & Goulah. Dax Sage shut the door on the Colts, to pick up the shutout. 

 

On Saturday, The Devils were at Richmond Hill for a game with The Coyotes. After taking a 2-0 lead into the second period, the Red Devils took their foot off the gas and the Coyotes took advantage with their hard work, and the game would end in a 3-3 tie. Austin Pettey, Jaxson Plummer and Mason Whalen provided the goals in the game. Assists; Pettey, Gullage, Grant, Plummer. Matt Travers stood tall between the pipes in the game. 

 

On Sunday, The Red Devils travelled to St. Andrew’s college, looking to bounce back against the undefeated York Simcoe Express. After a fast paced, back and forth first period, the score remained 0-0 at the end of one. Brody Grant got his team on the board with a goal in the first shift of the second period, but YSE would add two of their own before the end of the frame, taking a 2-1 lead into the third. The Devils went to work in the third period, scoring five unanswered goals on their way to a 6-2 win over The Express. Grant added two more goals to complete the hat trick, while Nicholson, Gullage and Teather also lit the lamp in the win. Adding assists on the goals was Gullage (4), Teather (3), Whalen and Hughes. Dax Sage picked up his second win of the weekend with another strong game in net. 

 

ON DECK: It’s another busy week for The Red Devils, as they host the Kingston Junior Gaels Wednesday night in Belleville, before heading to North Central for two games Saturday & Sunday. 

 

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The Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils U11s’ weekend ends with two losses

 

The Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils U11s had a busy weekend of travel, taking on the York-Simcoe Express this past Saturday in the first of two road games. In spite of QRD firing fifteen shots on the York-Simcoe net, only one of those shots would find its way past the goalie, ending in a 4-1 loss. QRD dominated the play in the first period of the game, which saw Blake Sills opening up the scoring early in the first period. York-Simcoe would answer QRD’s goal with two of their own in the second period. The Express added two more goals in the third period to seal the deal. In net, Ben Larmer showed a solid and consistent effort. 

  

On Sunday, the Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils U11s travelled to Richmond Hill to take on the Coyotes. The game went back and forth without a goal until the last twenty-four seconds of the game, when the Coyotes capitalized on a late powerplay.  QRD would come away with a 1-0 loss. Larmer fought hard between the pipes with some truly timely saves. In spite of the losses this weekend, the team will continue to use each game to learn, grow, and fine tune their skills.

 

Coach’s Corner with Head Coach Andrew Brown: 

 

“We are gaining experience in having adversity early on in the season. The kids are committing to have some of their best practices this week in response to the adversity from this past weekend.”

 

ON DECK: The Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils U11s will be in Niagara Falls from November 11th-13th for the Front Row Sports Classic tournament.  

 

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The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils are perfect in ETA league play with 8 wins and 0 losses.

The Foley Bus Lines U10 Devils keep it rolling by winning both games this weekend. On Saturday QRD welcomed the North Central Predators for a home game in Marmora and played a very strong game winning 11-1. Blake Laurin picked up the win in net and Malkin Courtney was named player of the game.

Goals: Noah Gilchrist (2), Evan Andrews (2), Will Beebe (2), Max Norton, Matt Dawson, Kash Nelson, Linden Ludolph, Ethan Dowling

Assists: Gilchrist (2), Nelson (2), Cohen Reid (2), Norton (2), Andrews, Dowling, Dawson

On Sunday the Red Devils traveled to St.Andrew’s College in Aurora to take on the York-Simcoe Express. Quinte came out of the gate strong and won 8-2. Lily Groeneveld picked up the win between the pipes and Ethan Dowling was named player of the game.

Goals: Evan Andrews (3), Kash Nelson (2), Noah Gilchrist (2), Max Norton

Assists: Dowling (4), Ryker Thompson (3), Andrews, Jaxon Elrick, Mac Brown, Norton, Will Beebe, Nelson, Courtney

ON DECK: The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils are at home (Marmora) Saturday at 2pm vs Oshawa and are on the road Sunday to take on Clarington.

Sponsors
Free Flow Petroleum
Sponsor of our U15 team.
Gillespie's Tree Service
Sponsor of our U13 team.
Madison Excavating and Landscaping
Sponsor of our U11 team.
The Pita Pit
Sponsor of our U16 team.
Environmental 360 Solutions
Sponsor of our U14 team
Foley Bus Lines
Foley Bus Lines began operations in 1961 with one school bus to service the newly-opened central Madoc Township Public School. We quickly grew to a company with a large fleet of coaches, buses and vans, serving clients not only in our local area, but across all of Ontario. Sponsor of our U10 team.