OTTAWA, ON – All twelve teams were in action Friday night with the Brockville Braves, Hawkesbury Hawks, Ottawa Junior Senators, Pembroke Lumber Kings, Kemptville 73’s, and Navan Grads all picking up victories.
BROCKVILLE 7 NEPEAN 5
Marco Iozzo, Patrick Lanthier, Liam Goreski, Colin Elliott, Evan Boucher, Owen Rainey, and Lucas Culhane all found the back of the net, while Philip Rondina grabbed the win as Brockville improved their season record to 7-3-0-1. Nepean, who fell to 2-8-0-0, had goals from Coleman Bennett, Owen Hollingsworth, Zachary Lefebvre, Anthony Rivard, and Louis Chabot, while Connor Shibley 26-saves in the loss.
HAWKESBURY 3 CARLETON PLACE 1
Willyam Gendron scored twice, Ryan Murphy scored a single, while Max Donoso made 23-saves as Hawkesbury won their eighth straight game to improve to 8-3-0-0 on the year. Reid Oliver scored the lone goal for Carleton Place, while Joe Chambers made 25-saves as the Canadians saw their record fall to 5-5-0-1.
OTTAWA 7 SMITHS FALLS 3
Philippe Jacques and Bodie Nobes scored two goals apiece, Edward Moskowitz, Thomas Freel, and Vincent Velocci also scored, while Felix Schnell made 24-saves as the Junior Senators improved to a CCHL best 9-1-0-0. Brody Fournier scored two goals, Ty Campbell also scored, while Victor Desjardins made 26-saves as the Bears fell to 2-8-0-0 on the year.
PEMBROKE 5 ROCKLAND 3
Brady Egan had 2 goals and 2 assists, Max Martin and Nathan Duck also added goals, while Dalton McBride made 25-saves as the Lumber Kings saw their season record improve to 6-3-0-1. Matteo Disipio scored in his debut, Alexandre Frechette and Justin Dauphinais also found the net, while Jack McGovern made 23-saves as Rockland fell to 1-7-1-1 on the season.
KEMPTVILLE 4 CORNWALL 2
Chase Lammi, Johnny Howie, Ty Whyte, and Patrick Haughian scored goals, while Connor Blackwood made 17-saves as Kemptville improved to 7-3-0-1. Cornwall, who saw their record drop to 2-7-1-2, had goals from Aaron Shaw and Josh Russell, while Dax Easter made 36-saves in the losing effort.
NAVAN 4 RENFREW 3
Ryan Burke, Owen Parsons, Alexandre Hogue, and Gabriel Crete led the offensive charge, while Ben West made 30-saves as Navan improved to 8-2-0-0 on the season. Renfrew, who saw their record fall to 6-4-0-0, had goals from Elvis Slack, Noah Vom Scheidt, and Charlie Johnson, while Will Craig made 31-saves on the losing end of things.