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Morning Recap | Five Games in busy night across CCHL region

 

OTTAWA, ON – There were five games across the CCHL region on Friday night as the Ottawa Jr Senators, Cornwall Colts, Smiths Falls Bears, Kemptville 73’s, and Navan Grads all pulled out victories.

 

NAVAN 7 ROCKLAND 1

Alec Lovisek netted a hat-trick, Aidan Puley, Cayden Faust, Gabriel Crete, and Owen Parsons tallied singles, while Ben West made 34-saves in the victory. Matis Ross scored the lone goal for the Nationals, while Jack McGovern made 32-saves in the loss.

 

OTTAWA 5 BROCKVILLE 4

Julian Recine scored twice, Simon Isabelle, Vincent Velocci, and Edward Moskowitz added singles, while Felix Schnell made 22-saves in the victory. For the Braves, Colin Stacey scored twice, Matthew Donovan and Jackson Hay also scored, while Will McEvoy made 14-saves in the loss after coming in to relieve Brandon Abbott who left the game midway through the second period.

 

CORNWALL 5 HAWKESBURY 2

John Richer scored two goals, Brayden Bowen, Jake Coleman, and Nicolas Elie also found the net, while Alex Houston finished with 31-saves for the win. Jeremy Quesnel and Landon Brownlee replied for the Hawks, while Sasha Gaumond and Dimitri Pelekos shared the loss. 

 

SMITHS FALLS 4 RENFREW 2

Sean James (1G,2A) and Brody Fournier (1G, 2A) led the way with 3-point nights, Alec Hamady and Lleyton McLean also scored goals, while Victor Desjardins made 27-saves to pick-up the victory. Renfrew received goals from Tyson Phare and Tyson Tomasini, while Will Craig finished with 19-saves in the losing effort.

 

KEMPTVILLE 3 PEMBROKE 2

Hunter Brazier tallied two goals, Johnny Howie added a single, while Tyler Laureault made 19-saves for the win. Brady Egan and Jordan Fuller led the way for the Lumber Kings with a goal apiece, while Dalton McBride finished with 35-saves in the loss.