School was in session last Friday night, as the Rockland Nationals gave the Navan Grads some lessons in scoring goals. The CIHA Arena in Rockland is home to the Canadian International Hockey Academy but on December 6 it was the school of hard knocks learning for the Navan Grads as they lost 10-4 to the Nats. Rockland outshot and outscored Navan all night. First period finished one-all for the two teams with Simon Labelle scoring first for Rockland, assisted by Gunnar Smith and Cameron Last. Navan’s Alex Robert tied with the score with a power-play goal, assisted by Case Kantgias and Aldéric Denis. The Grads Will Murray got the first goal of second period, with help from Jackson Arcan and Alex Robert. After that the Nats took over control of the game and the scoring. Labelle punched in two more goals for a hat trick, one of them while the Nats were playing shorthanded on the ice at the period mid-mark, Sullivan and Smith helped out on both of Labelle’s goals Scoring singles for Rockland in second period were Noah Doyle, with help from Smith and Labelle, followed by Last with a power- play point, assisted by Doyle and Cameron Pound. Smith finished off the second-period scoring for Rockland with a power-play point, assisted by Labelle and Last. Third period saw two power-play goals by Ryan Park and Zane Dalpe to finish off Navan’s scoreboard tally. Assisting Park were Tristan Francis and Alex Robert, while Kantgias and Blake Buller assisted Dalpe. Labelle scored his fourth point of the night with a short-handed goal, assisted by Smith. Rockland’s three remaining goals came courtesy of Andrew Aboumossa, from Vincent Labelle and Joe Jordan, Smith from Last and Aidan Hilton, and Jack Sullivan from Simon Labelle and Gabby Kioki. The Nats schedule had them in Smiths Falls December 10, then Brockville on Friday and Nepean Sunday. They host Smiths Falls December 18. Hawkesbury The opening week of their December schedule proved a matter of win some and lose some for the Hawkesbury Hawks. The Hawks lost the first two of their latest four games in the December schedule for the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL). They finished up the weekend with two more wins for their season credit. Last Tuesday, in Navan, the Hawks lost 3-2 in overtime to the Grads, with goals by Jeremy Quesnel on a power play, assisted by Jérémie Payant, and by Owen Gonter, who tied up the score in third period with help from Luke Grainger. Scoring for Navan was Alex Robert with two goals, including the winning tiebreaker during overtime, and a single from Zane Dalpe in second period. Last Thursday night in Cornwall, the score was a repeat for the Hawks, but this time with the Cornwall Colts taking the win 3-2, with Will McKinley scoring two points in second period to give Cornwall the win. Scoring for Hawkesbury were Mark Cooper with a first- period power-play goal, assisted by Grainger, and Evan Johnston in second period, with help from Mark Cooper. Neither team was

Rockland a accueilli Navan vendredi dernier et les Nats ont donné une leçon aux Grads en marquant dix buts, remportant le match 10-6. —archives

able to score in third period. At home, last Friday, at the Robert Hartley Sports Centre, the Hawks hosted the Ottawa junior Senators. The Hawks dug their talons deep into the visiting team for a 6-2 win. The Hawks ruled first period with two goals from Zachary Lefebvre, with Jérémie Payant assisting on both. Drew Rose also helped out on Lefebvre’s first goal while Jeremy Quesnel provided an assist also on the second. Rose scored his own point towards the end of the period with help from Quesnel and Luke Grainger. Second period also belonged to Hawkes- bury, even if Ottawa got on the scoreboard with a power-play goal for the Senators from Maxime Blanchard, assisted by Mackenzie White. Luke Grainger and Azzaro Tinling took The Clarence Creek Castors split their weekend game results with a loss to the North Dundas Rockets and a win against the Metcalfe Jets. Saturday night in Chesterville the Castors lost 10-3 to the North Dundas Rockets. Sco- ring for Clarence Creek were Kyle Goodman, Zack Lugli, and Jacob Servant. Assisting on the goals were Samuel Gaudet, Nicholas Gaumond, and Austin Laprade, with Jacob Di Giloramo and Andrew Larivière sharing goalkeeping duty. Scoring a four-goal hat trick for the Roc- kets was Joel Hunt, with Jarrett Williams punching in a pair of points, and Nicholas Carroll, Jack Dewan, Justin Lefebvre, and William Watson scoring singles. Goal assists came from Carroll, Hunt, Lefebvre, Josh Tapp, Jack Van Kessel, Xavier Langevin, Brett Lan- nin, and Cole Hodges. Sebastian Moreau guarded the net. Sunday afternoon on their home ice, the Castors brought the Jets down 5-2, with Gaumond scoring two goals, and Lugli, Caleb Smith, and Connor Head-Smith tossing in singles. Assisting on the scoring were Lugli, Smith, Chris Bettez-Scott, Brody Dell’Elce, Byron Gagne-Lavictoire, Kyle Goodman, and Logan Lefebvre. Larivière guarded the net. GREGG CHAMBERLAIN

turns helping each to score more points and maintain Hawkesbury’s lead. Third period saw one last goal for Ottawa by Ethan Mulhearn, with help from Blanchard and Ranvir Gill-Shane. Brendan McCarthy finished off the Hawks goal tally in the last two minutes of game time, with an assist from Mathieu Sabourin. The score at the end of Sunday’s game in Smiths Falls mirrored Hawkesbury’s success at home last Friday. The Hawks ripped into the Bears 6-2, taking control of every period of the game. Scoring in first period for the Hawks were Jeremy Quesnel and Brendan McCarthy. Assisting Quesnel were Felix Sauvé and Zachary Lefebvre, while Sean E. Clarke help McCarthy on his short-handed goal. Noah

Adams put in a power-play goal for the Bears, with help from Tate Leeson and Cameron McLean. Second period also saw Hawkesbury score two goals, and one for Smiths Falls. Evan Johnston fired in a power-play point, with help from Grainger and Mark Cooper. Clarke scored his second goal of the day at the period mid-mark with help from Patrick Callahan. Theo Todd got the Bears their final point of the game, with assists from Leeson and Bruce Coltart. Scoring unassisted in third period to finish the Hawkesbury tally were Sebastien Paquette and Mathieu Sabourin.

The Hawks host the Grads December 13, then go to Kemptville on Saturday. They face the Senators again in Ottawa, December 18. CLARENCE CREEK CASTORS WIN AND LOSE OVER THE WEEKEND

Les Castors de Clarence Creek ont partagé leurs résultats de la fin de semaine du 7 décembre, avec une défaite de 10-3 samedi soir à Chesterville contre les North Dundas Rockets et une victoire de 5-2 à domicile contre les Jets de Metcalfe dimanche après-midi. —archives

6-4 Saturday night at the Morrisburg Arena. Sunday night at home Saint-Isidore lost 5-3 to the Vankleek Hill Cougars. No game details for either match were available at press time. Saint-Isidore has an away game December 13 against the Bytown Royals. Sunday night at home Saint-Isidore hosts the Metcalfe Jets.

The Castors are on the road December 14 to play the West Carleton Inferno. They host the Morrisburg Lions Sunday afternoon at home. Saint-Isidore The December 7 weekend proved a win- and-lose situation for Saint-Isidore in NCJHL hockey. Saint-Isidore beat the Morrisburg Lions

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