Hockey academy alumni scoring well
tional Hockey League (NZIHL) after his team the Canterbury Red Devils iced the Dunedin Thunder 7-3 for the league championship. Autumn MacDougall and Bobbi Strople were both named to Team Nova Scotia’s Under 17 Women’s division for the Atlantic Cup Challenge Cup tournament scheduled for mid-October in Moncton, NB. The tour- nament is the highlight event of the High Performance Program, bringing top hockey players from all across the Atlantic region to compete in the Men’s Under 14 and Under 15 and theWomen’s Under 15 and Under 17 divisions. the following Friday. Nepean clipped Cum- berland 3-2 in overtime on Sept. 8. After that the scoreboard has lit up in the Grads’ favour with wins against Ottawa, Cornwall and Gloucester. The Grads have a pair of games at home at the Navan Memorial Arena over the Sept. 20 weekend against Ottawa and Kanata. The Rockland Nationals head for North Dundas or a Saturday morning match against the Rockets to open the National Capital Junior Hockey League season. The Nats are home Sunday against the Papineauville Vikings. Nats vs Rockets
ROCKLAND | Rockland’s influence on the international hockey scene is starting to show. The Canadian International Hockey Acad- emy (CIHA) celebrates the achievements of some of its recent alumni since their gradu- ation. Jacob Ratcliffe was named the 2013 Rook- ie of the Year in the New Zealand Interna-
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One of the final warm-up games before the regular hockey season begins saw the Eastern Ontario Wild (green) and the Ottawa Valley Titans (white) butting heads on the ice at the Clarence-Rockland Arena over the Sept. 15 weekend. Regular season opens for the Wild Sept. 23, 7 p.m., at the Ray Friel Recreation Complex in Orléans against the CIHA Voyageurs.
NAVAN | The start of the new hockey sea- son is working out half and half for the Cumberland Grads. The junior A club has won four and lost four of its scheduled games so far after two weeks of play on the Canadian Junior Hock- ey League (CJHL) schedule. The Grads slipped in their Aug. 31 opener against Kemptville 2-1 but rallied the fol- lowing day to clip Brockville with the same score in overtime play. Smith Falls edged out Cumberland 5-2 on Labour Day Mon- day and Gloucester whipped the Grads 7-4
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