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CCHL Recap | Entertaining Five Game Friday

 

OTTAWA, ON – There were five games across the CCHL region on Friday which saw victories from the Navan Grads, Ottawa Junior Senators, Smiths Falls Bears, Rockland Nationals, and Renfrew Wolves.

 

F | NAVAN 3 BROCKVILLE 2

Colin MacDougall scored twice, Gabriel Crete added a single, while Diego D’Alessandro made 30-saves as Navan improved their season record to 15-5-2-0. Brockville, who dropped to 10-11-0-0, had goals from Kowin Belsterling and Thomas Haynes, while Sami Molu finished with 31-saves in the loss.

 

F | OTTAWA 3 HAWKESBURY 2

Nicolas Papineau, Liam Lucas, and Braxton Ross tallied goals, while Connor Shibley made 40-saves as Ottawa improved to 15-4-2-0 on the year. Hawkesbury, who fell to 10-7-1-3, had two goals from Landon Brownlee, while Dimitri Pelekos made 30-saves in the loss.

 

F | SMITHS FALLS 6 KEMPTVILLE 1

Hunter Brown and Owen Watson scored two goals apiece, Trevor Faucher and Alec Hamady added singles, while Will McEvoy made 35-saves as Smiths Falls improved to 15-6-0-1 on the season. Kemptville, who fell to a record of 6-11-3-0, had their lone goal from Nicholas Bennett, while Jacob Biron made 36-saves in the loss.

 

F | ROCKLAND 3 NEPEAN 1

Nicolas White scored twice, Jordan Prepszl added a single, while Hadyn Gould made 15-saves as Rockland improved to 9-8-1-2 on the season. Nepean, who fell to 4-13-0-2, had their lone tally from Nicholas Larkin, while Luca Sandu made 36-saves in the losing effort.

 

F | RENFREW 4 PEMBROKE 3 OT

Tyson Tomasini scored twice, including the overtime winner, Robert Martiniello and Jace Letourneau also tallied goals, while Sebastian rear made 26-saves as Renfrew improved to 12-6-1-1 on the year. Pembroke, who dropped to a record of 5-12-1-1, had goals from Pratt Stetson, Ryan McNally, and Matt Yeager, while Ben Forget made 42-saves in the loss.