COMMUNITY IN ACTION
Sharks win Schooners Invitational
The SLC Sharks managed to defeat their Brockville rivals in order to win the Schooners Invitational. The Cornwall team didn’t waste any time getting the scoring started with Jesse Fontaine snipping the top corner just one minute into the game. Right after the goal, both teams took a more passive approach to the game as they started to show some fatigue by playing their sixth game within two days. The game remained tied until Christian Leger sent an innocent shot on net that handcuffed the Schooners goalie with just three-minutes remaining in the game. SLC-Brockville brought lots of pressure in the dying minutes but Justin Rutley would score on the empty net with seven seconds left that sealed the victory for the Sharks. «This was a really important performance for our club» said Sharks coaches Sean Boulerice and Mike Pettinella.
Bringing home silver medals
The Cornwall Atom B Typhoons brought home the silver medal at the 40th Annual Belleville Bearcats Girls Hockey Tournament. The Typhoons went 3-0 in the round robin thanks to 4-1, 3-1 and 3-2 victories. The Typhoons had an exciting rematch against the Gloucester/Cumberland Stars in the final dropping a 4-3 shootout decision. The Typhoons had scored twice with the net empty for an extra skater in the final 1:16 of the third period to force overtime. Olivia Laplante led the Typhoons offence with three goals during the tournament. Ava Bellefeuille, Kristen Zeran and Julia Cameron each scored twice. Maude Millette, Bella Vincent, Ella Dickson and Paisley Cook had one goal each. The two goaltenders split duties with Emily McLaughlin picking up two round robin victories and Amelie Brunet in goal for one win.
The Journal Cornwall
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
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