Local sports briefs: OMHA semis headed to Owen Sound

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OMHA semis coming to city

Three Owen Sound Minor Hockey squads will play OMHA semfinal games at the Julie McArthur Regional Recreation Centre on Friday. The Owen Sound Leeder and Associates Junior Attack major atoms will face-off against Erie North Shore on the east pad at 7 p.m. The major atoms lead the series 2-0. The Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Junior Attack major peewees will play the St. Thomas Stars on the west pad at 7:30 p.m, their series is tied at 1-1. The Owen Sound Kunkel Bus Lines Junior Attack major bantams will host the St. Thomas Stars on the west pad at 8:45 p.m.

Major atoms keep climbing

The Owen Sound Leeder and Associates Junior Attack major atom team had another successful weekend of hockey that actually began in Collingwood against the Collingwood Blackhawks on Thursday night.  The Attack beat the home squad 4-1 to secure the top seed in the round robin Georgian Bay League playoffs and a date in the final.  On Friday night, the Attack defeated the Penetang Flames 7-2 to complete the round robin with a perfect 6-0 record.  On Saturday the Attack travelled to play Erie North Shore (Windsor area) for the start of the best-of-five OMHA semifinals. In game one the Attack outplayed the hosts for most of the game, but the game remained close until the final buzzer.  In the end the Attack came out on top with a 4-3 win. Game 2 was much closer, and a little more chippy.  The Attack fell behind early, but clawed back to take the lead, a lead they would not relinquish.  The Attack would go on to win 4-2.


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Major bantams split in St. Thomas

The Owen Sound Kunkel Bus Lines Junior Attack major bantams split the first two games of their OMHA playdown semifinal series in St. Thomas against the Stars on the weekend. On Sunday the Junior Attack fell 3-0. On Saturday, Curtis Arnold and Cole Gowan each scored a pair in a 4-2 win. Game 3 and 4 of the best three of five series returns to Owen Sound Friday night at 8:45 p.m. at the Julie McArthur Regional Rec Centre, and Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre. Game 5, if necessary, is Sunday at 5:15 p.m. in St. Thomas.

Major peewees split with Stars

The Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Junior Attack major peewee club travelled to St. Thomas this past weekend for a pair of games in their best-of-five OMHA semifinals. Saturday resulted in a close 1-0 loss, but they redeemed themselves Sunday, knotting the series, with a 3-1 victory.


Atom AEs earn home ice

The Owen Sound Locking Business Furnishings Junior Attack atom AE team won their fifth playoff game against Collingwood on Saturday. Their 5-1 win cinched first place in the Georgian Bay League playoffs giving them home ice advantage in the championship round. Felix Moore scored the hat trick, Dexter Carder and Tristen Roux added one goal each. With 32 shots on goal, Carrigan McGregor had an amazing game between the pipes.


Minor bantams beat Burlington

The Owen Sound Firefighter Junior Attack minor bantams topped the Burlington Eagles 3-1 in Tri-County League playoff action on Saturday. Bryce Martin scored a pair of goals while Brett Warrilow added a single marker for the Attack.


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Atom C Ice Hawks split playoff contests

The Owen Sound Sign Street Ice Hawks atom C club won their playoff game in Kincardine 5-1 over the Kinucks on Sunday. Aimee Dubosq got the win. Hailey Feltis had a hat trick while Ryann Seaman and Dani Wilkie had singles. On Friday night Owen Sound lost their playoff game against the Chatsworth Rebels 2-1. Tessa Linklater scored the only goal for Owen Sound.

Atom local league Hawks still undefeated

The Owen Sound John Tamming Ice Hawks atom local league team finished their regular season this weekend undefeated with an impressive 14 wins, 0 losses and 2 ties.  The girls played their rivals the Township of Chatsworth Rebels on Saturday, the girls worked hard and came out with a tie, 1-1. The lone goal for the Ice Hawks was scored by Maddie Bloor.  Sunday the Ice Hawks met the Saugeen Storm and finished the last game of regular season with a 8-0 win.  Alyssa Law had four goals for Owen Sound, while Maddie Bloor, Marisa Timmons, Addie Clark and Bronte Kirby all added a goal each.


Peewee Rebels tops in Gregg North Division

The Township of Chatsworth Harold Sutherland Construction Rebels peewee team hosted the Walkerton Capitals on Saturday in Game 6 and came away with a 3-1 victory. Alex Baker, Ben Clark and Austin Cook scored for the Rebels while Travis Goll netted the Capitals marker. The win slots the Rebels top spot of the Gregg North Division.

Midget Rebels downed by Storm

The Township of Chatsworth Moggie Valley Timber Inc. Rebels midget team lost to Saugeen Shores Storm 5-2. Brandon Stewart scored the Rebels goals.


KTW’s blank Blizzettes

Cheryl McCallum scored the winning goal for the KTW’s against the Blizzettes. Sam Schmalz earned the shut out for the KTW’s.

Goal Diggers whooped by Wiarton

Wiarton bested the Goal Diggers 3-0 in Grey Bruce Ladies Broomball League action with goals from Courtney Thompson, Chase Bridge and Bryanna Bell.

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