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Morning Recap | CCHL Fall Showcase wraps up final day

 

OTTAWA, ON – The third and final day of the CCHL Fall Showcase saw the Navan Grads, Hawkesbury Hawks, Renfrew Wolves, Kemptville 73’s, Rockland Nationals, and Nepean Raiders claim victories.

 

NAVAN 4 PEMBROKE 3

Danyk Drouin scored twice, including the game-winning goal, Owen Parsons and Alexandre Hogue added singles, while Ben West made 28-saves for the win. Pembroke had two goals from Brady Egan and a single from Riley Thompson, while Dalton McBride made 31-saves in the loss.

 

HAWKESBURY 2 BROCKVILLE 1

Rylee Hlusiak scored his seventh goal of the showcase, including the game-winner, Ryan Murphy scored his first career CCHL goal, while Max Donoso made 31-saves in the victory for Hawkesbury. Owen Belisle tallied the lone marker for Brockville, while Brandon Abbott 19-saves in the losing effort.

 

ROCKLAND 4 SMITHS FALLS 1

Gabriel Filion, Joshua Reid, Tyler Stewart, and Matis Ross scored goals, while Jack McGovern made 20-saves for the win. Colton Chipman scored for Smiths Falls, while Victor Desjardins finished with 26-saves on the losing end of things.

 

RENFREW 4 OTTAWA 1

Preston Brighton tallied two goals, Charlie Johnson and Mathieu Parent also scored, while Will Craig made 29-saves in the win. Ottawa got their lone goal from Julian Recine, while William Desmarais made 26-saves in the loss.

 

KEMPTVILLE 6 CORNWALL 1

Hunter Brazier (2), Grant Eastwood, Devon Savignac, Benjamin Campeau, and Nathan Merrett led the way offensively, while Tyler Laureault made 19-saves for the victory. Cornwall got their lone goal from Emerick Nadeau, while Alex Houston finished with 26-saves.

 

NEPEAN 3 CARLETON PLACE 0

Owen Hollingsworth, Tyler Melvin, and Costa Touliopolous found the back of the net, while Connor Shibley pitched a 30-save shutout for Nepean. Brady McEwan made 30-saves in the losing effort for Carleton Place.