Vikings clip Beavers’ tails
New black belts for Rockland
"e Castors got a last-minute clipping from the Vikings in junior B hockey action in Casselman. %e Sept. 3 pre-season match between Clarence Creek and Casselman "nished with 5-4 on the scoreboard thanks to a three-goal push in the third period from the Vikings. Clarence Creek Beavers got the early jump on their hosts with three goals in "rst period to one solo point for the Vikings. Casselman tallied another goal in second period and managed to keep the Castors in check on the scoring. %ird period saw the scoring situation reversed from the "rst period with Clarence Creek gaining just one more point while Casselman took a three-point jump to the lead and the win. Scoring for the Vikings were Nicolas Bra-
zeau, Jeremie Lefebvre twice, including one short-hand point, Sébastien Plante and Kyle Colette. Lefebvre’s second goal of the game with about two minutes on the clock clinched the win for Casselman. Goal assists for the Vikings came fromLandon Veenstra, Sébas- tien Roy, Joel Hunt, Oliver Castleman, Har- rison Wood, Lefebvre and Colette. Goals scored for the Castors came o# the sticks of Olivier Brunet, with a solo shot, Jordan Baptiste and Stéphane Routhier on power plays, and Zachary Fournier. Assisting were CameronWalker, Dominic Henrie and Routhier. Goaltending duties were shared between Reilly Tondreau and Gabriel La- plante in the Vikings net and Aaron Cathcart- McKinnon, Ryan McLaughlin, and Miguel Daoust for the Castors.
Cornwall squeaks past CIHA The Cornwall Colts and the CIHA Voyageurs clashed over the weekend in the Ontario Hockey Asso- ciation (OHA) with the Colts galloping off with a 4-2 win.The AAA Major Midget match saw the two teams trade their two-goal leads with the Colts gaining the deciding upper hand with a goal from Hunter Duchesne in the second-period play. Goal scorers for the Voyageurs included Pavel Gogolev and Marcus Odermatf.Saturday’s loss for the Voyageurs followed on a 6-2 defeat to the OHA U18 squad the previous day. Voyageurs and Wildcats tie In U18 girls hockey action, the CIHA Voyageurs and the Nepean Wildcats fought each other to a one-all tie in the season opener for the CIHA team, Sept. 10. The Wildcats scored the first point on a first-period power play. The Voyageurs returned the power-play point later in third period from Evelyne Bourke off a blue-line pass from Sydney Linnick. The Voyageurs host the Ottawa Lady 67s, Saturday at 3 p.m. – Gregg Chamberlain
Two young local martial artists havemade their mark in a big way.Jacob Lee Knickle, 10, and Derek Swanson, 13, are the "rst junior members of the Rockland YMCA/ YWCA program for tae kwon do tomake black belt rank.#e two junior members (pictured with instructors Daniel Naylor, left, Michael Vong, andMlyes McLaughlin) underwent their spring tests at the local club’s parent school at the Tae E. Lee Tae Kwon Do Dojang. #eir "nal grades and new ranking were con"rmed at the end of the summer. #e two are the "rst junior members of the Rockland club to achieve black belt status since the Y tae kwon do program began in 2010 through the e$orts of Sabbunim Vong under the supervision of Grand Master Lee. #e school’s training program emphasizes courtesy, loyalty, integrity, perseverance, and self-control during its physical "tness and skill development regimen. Classes reopen for new and current students in September.
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