Mounties drop a pair

Sports Nov 15, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

It was a tough two days for the Paris Mounties.

The Provincial Junior Hockey League Doherty Division team had a tough time putting the puck in the net, dropping a pair of games.

Friday, Benjamin Cripps scored the game’s first goal before the Tavistock Braves struck four times in a 4-1 loss on the road.

Josh Borys led the Braves attack, scoring twice in the first period, once in the second and once in the third. Jake Wiffen added the other Braves goal.

Saturday, Jay Dekker scored the only two Mounties goals in a 6-2 win over the Norwich Merchants.

Blake Pow scored three goals to lead the way, while Ryan Dayman added a pair. Peter Cappucci netted one goal.

With the two defeats, the Mounties drop to 11-7-0-1. Friday, the Mounties are on the road against the Wellesley Applejacks, before they host the Woodstock Navy Vets Saturday and Burford Bulldogs Monday. All games are at 7:30 p.m.

 

ICE CHIPS: The Mounties made a few changes to its lineup, adding Cameron Stokes from the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Guelph Hurricanes. The Mounties also acquired Keaton Young from the Hagersville Hawks, in exchange for Nick Visser.

Mounties drop a pair

PJHL team makes a couple moves to bolster things

Sports Nov 15, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

It was a tough two days for the Paris Mounties.

The Provincial Junior Hockey League Doherty Division team had a tough time putting the puck in the net, dropping a pair of games.

Friday, Benjamin Cripps scored the game’s first goal before the Tavistock Braves struck four times in a 4-1 loss on the road.

Josh Borys led the Braves attack, scoring twice in the first period, once in the second and once in the third. Jake Wiffen added the other Braves goal.

Saturday, Jay Dekker scored the only two Mounties goals in a 6-2 win over the Norwich Merchants.

Blake Pow scored three goals to lead the way, while Ryan Dayman added a pair. Peter Cappucci netted one goal.

With the two defeats, the Mounties drop to 11-7-0-1. Friday, the Mounties are on the road against the Wellesley Applejacks, before they host the Woodstock Navy Vets Saturday and Burford Bulldogs Monday. All games are at 7:30 p.m.

 

ICE CHIPS: The Mounties made a few changes to its lineup, adding Cameron Stokes from the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Guelph Hurricanes. The Mounties also acquired Keaton Young from the Hagersville Hawks, in exchange for Nick Visser.

Mounties drop a pair

PJHL team makes a couple moves to bolster things

Sports Nov 15, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

It was a tough two days for the Paris Mounties.

The Provincial Junior Hockey League Doherty Division team had a tough time putting the puck in the net, dropping a pair of games.

Friday, Benjamin Cripps scored the game’s first goal before the Tavistock Braves struck four times in a 4-1 loss on the road.

Josh Borys led the Braves attack, scoring twice in the first period, once in the second and once in the third. Jake Wiffen added the other Braves goal.

Saturday, Jay Dekker scored the only two Mounties goals in a 6-2 win over the Norwich Merchants.

Blake Pow scored three goals to lead the way, while Ryan Dayman added a pair. Peter Cappucci netted one goal.

With the two defeats, the Mounties drop to 11-7-0-1. Friday, the Mounties are on the road against the Wellesley Applejacks, before they host the Woodstock Navy Vets Saturday and Burford Bulldogs Monday. All games are at 7:30 p.m.

 

ICE CHIPS: The Mounties made a few changes to its lineup, adding Cameron Stokes from the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Guelph Hurricanes. The Mounties also acquired Keaton Young from the Hagersville Hawks, in exchange for Nick Visser.