QUINTE RED DEVILS WEEKLY REPORT #12 - Jan. 8/24
Happy New Year everyone!
The Madison Excavating U12s Start the New Year with a Win
On Sunday afternoon, the Madison Excavating U12 Quinte Red Devils travelled to Woodville to face off against the Central Ontario Wolves in their first game of 2024. The first period saw an early breakthrough from the Wolves, who managed to light up the scoreboard just two minutes and thirty-eight seconds into the game. The Red Devils quickly responded with two goals at the 5:52 and 4:47 marks. The back-and-forth battle continued, with the Wolves notching a second goal two minutes later, evening the score at two after the first period. In the second frame, QRD gained some momentum, scoring their third goal of the game to take the lead into the final period. The Devils then dominated the final period, scoring three consecutive goals to solidify a 6-2 victory.
Coach’s Corner with Head Coach, Evan Osterhout: “The team took little time in getting back into good habits after the holiday layoff, and overall, a great team effort against COW. It was exciting to get back into game action and we look forward to the next few months.”
ON DECK:Tuesday, January 9th @ Whitby Wildcats
The U16 Free Flow Petroleum Red Devils Net 2 Wins on a Weekend Road trip to Oshawa
The U16s played two games against Oshawa this weekend. Maddox Dagenais (Mickael Fournier and Jean-Cristoph Lemieux) opened scoring in the first period of Saturday’s matchup. Oshawa answered and the teams would end the second frame tied at 1. Midway through the second Liam Campbell (Quinn Macdonald and Lemieux) would find the net. And with less than two minutes of play remaining in the third, Campbell (Lemieux and Noah Lesser) would score again, putting the game out of reach for Oshawa. Providing strong goaltending throughout, Noah Groeneveld earned the 3-1 victory in net.
On Sunday, the Devils again faced Oshawa. Campbell (Lesser) opened scoring for the Devils, followed by Lemieux, who potted a shorthanded goal, unassisted. Play continued through the second with neither team hitting the twine. On a feed from Rhett Colson, Liam Grant would find the net early in the third. Before the end of the period, Campbell (Lemieux and Dagenais) would again find the net on a beauty drop pass, followed by Dagenais (Grant). Strong between the pipes, Otsirakatste Brant earned the shutout 5-0 win in net.
ON DECK: Tuesday, the Devils host Clarington at the QSWC. Saturday, the York Simcoe Express visit the Devils and Sunday the team travels to Lindsay to face the Central Ontario Wolves.
The Quinte U15 E-360 Solutions Red Devils picked up all six points in 3 league games this week
3-1 Win vs Kingston Jr. Gaels
A dominant performance saw the U15s outshoot KJG 49-16 in a disciplined and impressive team performance
G: Scaletta, Coughlin, Fisher
A: Leavitt 2, Gawley, Whalen
Devils of the Day: Ryan Foley and Ryan Sherwin
Lily Reid with the win in goal for QRD
3-2 Win vs COW
The Red Devils outshot COW 30-13 and dominated long stretches of the game before giving up two late goals and holding on for the 2 points
G: Leavitt, Fisher, Rowat
A: Foley, Chisholm, Gawley, Clute, Leavitt
Devils of the Day: Cole Coughlin and Chase Cybulskie
Charlie Vos with the win in goal for QRD
5-0 Win vs Markham Waxers
A complete performance for all three periods, the Red Devils played a fast and physical team game, with Lily Reid posting the shutout in goal
G: Rowat 2, Manlow, Chisholm, Coughlin
A: Gawley 2, Coughlin, Clute, Colson, Foley, Cybulskie, Leavitt
Affiliate player Luke Manlow scored his first goal as a Red Devil in the win and was cited by the coaching staff for an excellent effort
Devils of the Day: #all19, game shirts to Cole Rowat and Lily Reid
The U14 Gillespie’s Tree Service Quinte Red Devils came into the New Year right where they left off with two games on the week, they started off the new year in Kingston looking for revenge from the first game of the season that they lost.
The Devils won the contest 3-1 with Ferriss getting the win in net. Goals were scored by Whelan(2) and Dahle with helpers coming from Laurin, Seguin, B. Aird, Harold and Fisher.
To wrap up the week the squad had their last game of the season against the Whitby Wildcats in Baltimore. The Devils were victorious with Gayle getting the win between the pipes. Goals were scored by Whelan(2) and Lowry with assists coming from Kennedy, Peeters, Harold, M. Aird and Fisher.
ON DECK: The Devils face off with Markham on a back-to-back this Saturday and Sunday and hope to keep their momentum going.
The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils Have a Four Point Weekend
The team won both of their road games this weekend picking up four points.
Saturday they were in Peterborough to take on the Petes. Quinte won by a score of 5-2. Scoring for the Red Devils was Will Beebe (2), Evan Andrews, Kash Nelson and Cohen Reid. Picking up assists were Noah Gilchrist (2), Nelson, Reid, Matt Dawson, Ryker Thompson, Graydon Tucker, Max Norton and Malkin Courtney.
Blake Laurin had the win in net and Beebe was named Devil of the Day.
Sunday they played in Clarington against the Toros. The Red Devils skated to a 7-1 win. Scoring for Quinte was Kash Nelson (3), Jaxon Elrick, Max Norton, Evan Andrews and Cohen Reid. Picking up assists were Reid, Norton, Will Beebe and Matt Dawson.
Lily Groeneveld had the win in net and was also named Devil of the Day.
ON DECK: The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils have one game this week, as they hit the road on Sunday to play the Markham Waxers.
U10s Start 2024 with Three Straight Wins
After a well deserved and much needed two week break the Breakaway Fuels U10 Devilswere back in action this week to kick off the second half of their season. They started the week with a Tuesday night game on the road against the Peterborough Petes. The Petes came out aggressive and took it to the young devils for the first few shifts but they were able to weather the storm and Kolton Solmes found Kai Mackie for a goal with 31 seconds left in the first to open the scoring. The Petes would even the score early in the second before Evan VanEgmond and Mason Cooke would put the Devils up 3-1. Assists went to Silas Templar and VanEgmond. Wade Robinson would round out the scoring in the third with an unassisted tally and the game would end 4-1. Deacon Vos would get the win in net.
Saturday saw the young Devils take on a feisty Ajax Pickering Raiders team. This one was a tight checking affair and remained scoreless until partway through the second when Solmes found the back of the net from Ethan Dowling and Jax Scott. Jackson Simpson would put them up by two with an unassisted goal five minutes later. The score remained 2-0 until late in the third when Ajax would get a late power play goal. Despite some late pressure Jordan Andrews stood tall in the net to preserve the 2-1 win.
Sunday had the Breakaway Boys hitting the road to face the Markham Waxers. The road legs were evident in the first period but Vos would make some key saves to keep the game scoreless through one. With just over five minutes left in the second Mackie would bang home a rebound off a Dowling shot to give the boys a 1-0 lead. Greyson Rennie would score from Avery Thickson ninety seconds later to stretch the lead. A third period insurance goal by Solmes from Dowling and Rennie would complete the scoring and give the young Devils a 3-0 victory.
ON DECK: Next weekend sees the Breakaway Fuels Boys compete in the Taylor Hall Classic Tournament in Kingston. All the Quinte U10 round robin games will be at the Strathcona Paper Centre in Napanee. Friday, they play at 11:30and 5. Saturday games will be at 1 and 5:30.