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Barfoot Scores OT Winner

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Georgian Bay Playoffs

Owen Sound Collins Barrow Attack 4 Midland Centennials 0

This win secured a tie for 1st place with Dundalk after going 4-1-1 in 6 playoff games.   

Scoring for Owen Sound were Ryan McNeill, Evan Saab, Brayden White and Kolten Nebb-McKeen.  

Keegan Bradley had the shutout.

Owen Sound will meet Dundalk for the Championship.

 

Blyth-Brussels 5 Chatsworth Moggie Valley Timber 1

Matt Woodroffe scored the Rebels lone goal.




OWHA Bantam Girls

Chatsworth Country Charm Mennonite Furniture 7
Walkerton Capitals 0


Ashlynn Stephenson recorded the shut-out.

Aubrey Urbshott had the hat-trick, while Emily Meuser, Jade Gilchrist, Tristin Brown and Morgan Moran added singles.




Peewee Playoffs

Owen Sound Boot and Blade Attack 3 Elmvale Coyotes 2

Ethan Kerr, Jordan Cochrane and Jaiden Whitlock scored for the Boot and Blade.

Ethan Kerr had the only goal in the 1-1 tie in Penetang versus the Flames.

 

 

Atom Girls

Grey Highlands 5 Chatsworth Desboro Lions Club Rebels 3

Claire Vokes scored two goals and Jolie McKnight added a single for the Lion's Club.

Next action is Wednesday night against Owen Sound Belfor Property for the last regular season game.




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Collingwood Blackhawks 6
Owen Sound Leeder & Associates Attack 3

Hunter Stewart, Morgan Armstrong and Brian Corbett scored for Leeder & Associates


Owen Sound Leeder & Associates Attack 5
Penetanguishene Flames 4

Nolan Edmonstone scored twice while Bennett Carr, Seth Stewart and Cohen Taylor added singles.






WOAA Novice Semifinal

Shallow Lake Lakers 1 Goderich 0 (OT)

Owen Barfoot scored 6 minutes into overtime

Laila Walser picked up the shutout and has only allowed 1 goal in regulation in 3 games for the Lakers.

All 3 games of the series have been decided in overtime with Goderich taking game one 2-1 and game two 1-0.

Goderich now leads the series 2-1 with game 4 slated for 7pm in Goderich on Tuesday night.   

A win by the Lakers Tuesday night will bring game 5 back to Shallow Lake on Thursday night at 6pm.

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