Nov. 15 Local Sports: RiverHawks, Jordan Oldtimers and Welland hockey; Fairview Bowling
RIVERHAWKS ON ROLL
The Niagara RiverHawks won their third straight game with a 4-3 victory over the visiting Port Dover Sailors Thursday night at the Gale Centre in Provincial Junior Hockey League action.
The RiverHawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead after one period on goals by Jayden Pettipiece and Tyler Seguin. They added an early second period goal by Alex Pettipiece before Port Dover scored two late period goals to cut the deficit to 3-2 after two periods of play.
The Sailors tied the game on the powerplay before the RiverHawks’ Brendan Davis scored the game winner on a powerplay midway through the period.
The Sailors outshot the RiverHawks 49–29 with Matt Boere making 46 saves to record the win
Niagara sit in fifth spot in the Bloomfield Division with 14 points. Grimsby is in first place with 30 points followed by Hagersville with 29 points.
JORDAN OLDTIMERS HOCKEY LEAGUE
Following are results from the Jordan Oldtimers Hockey League:
Hawks 8 Stars 3
Hawks: Adam Goodbrand 3; Adam Hendriks 2; Mike Howarth; Dave Pundyk; Darren Horton.
Stars: Jamie Brophy 2; Brody Whetlan.
Rangers 9 Bruins 1
Rangers: Tim Sawicki 6; Brent Shura 2; Gavin Kellogg.
Bruins: Adam Regular.
Flyers 8 Canadiens 0
Flyers: Matt Dixon 3; Kevin Paul 2; Jim Bartkiw 2; Drew Hering. Shutout by John Williams and Kevin Rolston.
Canadiens: No scoring.
WELLAND TIGERS HOCKEY
Major Peewees Take Two
The Welland Telus Tigers major peewee A hockey team improved to 7-2-1 in NDHL Peewee Doherty divisional play with a pair of victories last week.
Dayton Flatt, Josh Lamb and Blake Turner would find the net as Welland defeated the Glancaster Bombers 3-1 in their first meeting of the season. Cole Ruthowsky responded for Glancaster.
Tyler Ray and Flatt scored twice each to lead Welland to a 4-1 win over the Port Colborne Sailors 4-1. Wylde Winger would answer with a powerplay goal from Carson Preston to break up Lukas Biggar’s shutout bid.
Minor peewees still unbeaten
The Welland 91.7 Giant FM/Country 89 Tigers minor peewee A hockey team remained undefeated in NDHL minor peewee divisional play this week by quadrupling Pelham 8-2 and tying Dunnville 1-1.
Griffin Eller and Graham Latham scored twice in the first five minutes of play to give Pelham an early advantage but the Tigers then scored eight straight goals. Julian Belcastro, Tanner Cutler and Matteo Mete each scored twice and Chace Buti and Carson McComber added single tallies
Justin McNab netted a short-handed marker to put Dunnville up four minutes into the second period but Cutler tied it up for Welland with 13 minutes left in the game.
Following are recent top tenpin and fivepin bowling scores, as submitted by the lanes and league secretaries:
Tuesday Morning Mixed: Gord McCormack 616, John Osborne 559, Dave Ryder 520, Rosemarie Simpell 498, Pat Weir 468, Ruth Reimer 424.
Tuesday Afternoon Ladies: Lillian Book 548, Velma Rutka 498, Cindy Boles 478.
Tuesday Night Men: First Division: Keith Ballantyne 533, Cameron Chase 501, Al MacDonald 486; Premier Division: Tery Krawec 685, Ron Verkuyl 663, Miranda Panas 645.
Wednesday Morning Ladies :Sharon Armstrong 468, Barb Mawhood 455, Grace Beke 429.
Wednesday Night Ladies: Janice Osowiec 513, Cheryl Matheson 483, Judy Waud 472.
Thursday Morning Ladies: Helga Hertel 427, Carol Sheremetta 413, Becky Kyle 412.
Thursday Night Mixed: Group 1: Codi McMaster 666, Brad Fretz 625, Terry Krawec 602. Group 2: Jim Henderson 521, Angela Wiley 497, Amanda Cote 492. Group 3: Sam Seinen 499, Diane Scott 486, Alex Burse 484. Group 4: Paul Schankula 502, Bridget Carroll 474, Cody Bride 456. Group 5: Giovan Cooper 451, Marie Scott 440, Charlene Calder 349.
Friday Night Mixed: Steven Falk 568, Chris Rogers 568, Ken Derosier 528, Wendy Herweck 463, Elaine Houtby 444, Dianne Cox 431.
Youth: Bantam: Robbie Donald 240, Sam Visentin 125, Preston Yates 99. Junior: James Weller 465, Ben Foster 444, Landon DeGlopper 349, Sophia Beaudry 405. Intermediate: Addison Nye 483, Zachary Beaudry 411, Armen Menkemnian 410, Kayley Richardson 333; Senior: Ayden Fisk 337.
Monday Morning Men: Good: Doug Lawrence 491, Bob Berge 483, Gary Ward 480. Gooder: Vince DeNapoli 497, Jim Henderson 480, Don Hewitt 449. Goodest: John Osborne 587, Gord McCormack 562, Frank Vale 555.
Monday Majors: Rob Langelaan 600, Doug Fretz 580, Ralph Barnim 579, Lisa Morabito 557.
Tuesday Prime Timers: Martin Lanteigne 516, Morgan Upshall 508, Jim Shaw 504, Gaetane Papineau 507, Helen Black 486, Connie Shaw 448.
Tuesday Night Mixed: Brayden Girard 703, Ken Mckay 590, Joseph Bos 492, Lisa Loosemore 516, Angi Nesbitt 424.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Carla Sneek 575, Cathy Vandelaar 559, Rose Marie Brown 543.
French Club: Jacques Vaillancourt 586, Bob Walsh 558, Martin Lanteigne 538, Cecile Hungerford 489, Pierrette MacDougall 476, Marie-Josee Vaillancourt 465.
Friday 55 and Uppers: Randy Thomas 469, Kevin Shea 466, Philip Lamothe 432, Nan Bogden 452, Mary Chodoriswsky 424, Clara Schyff 418.
Youth: Little Tykes (one game): Gavin Booker 118, Autumn Etherington 112, Madalynn Spence 95, Emma Rutherford 94. Peewee: Ethan Barker 355, Michael Lazar 291, Duncan Hilborn 178. Bantam: Liam Boles 371, Jaymes Booker 281, Katelynn Gough 316, Kyla Boles 305, Katie Adgey 259. Junior: Jacob Gough 485, Aaron Goertzen 463, Garrett Fisk 416, Erica Boles 489, Katelynn Mitchell 479, Naomi Bertram 356. Senior: Connor Latour-Williamson 617.
Sunday Sport: Shawn Quesnel 598, Bill Booker 512, John Stanbury 396, Noella White 533, Wendy Bonnette 524, Angi Nesbitt 440.
Monday 55 and Up: Jim Copeland 605, Ian Cooper 564, Ian Smart 546, Donna Potashnyk 545, Lucy Mulder 499, Vivian Buetow 482.
UNIFOR Retirees: Terry Bryan 483, Mike Locke 482, Jon MacDonald 441, Sabina Christie 450, Colleen Wiley 446, Michelle Copeland 429.
Monday Evening Mixed: Jeremy Williams 490, Seaward Billard 489, Bill Weaver 453, Denise Livinston 448, Erika Phair 388, Sharon Williams 387.