Nov. 20 area sports: Canada Summer Games; CEBL; Jordan Olditmers and Welland hockey; Fairview Bowling;
RegattaSport has been chosen as the official licensed merchandising partner for the Niagara 2021 Canada Summer Games.
“The RFP (request for proposal) process canvassed previous Games’ suppliers, in addition to suppliers from across Canada and Niagara,” said Games chief revenue and marketing officer Steve Katzman. “In the end, the proposal from RegattaSport embodied the logistics as well as the spirit we were looking for”
“It was a bit of a David versus Goliath story in terms of us pursuing this opportunity but we knew we had the experience, desire and capability to go after it,” RegattaSport co-founder Joe Camillo said
OTTAWA JOINS CEBL
The Ottawa BlackJacks are the newest franchise in the Canadian Elite Basketball League.
The BlackJacks will join the league for the 2020 season and have signed a multi-year agreement with TD Place to host their games.
Ottawa joins Hamilton, Edmonton, Guelph, Fraser Valley, Hamilton, Niagara and reigning champion Saskatchewan.
Following are results from the Jordan Oldtimers Hockey:
Stars 2 Rangers 2
Stars: Brody Whetlam 2.
Rangers: Keith Schmidt; Jeff Younger.
Hawks 11 Canadiens 1
Hawks: Dave Pundyk 3; Darren Horton 2; Mike Howarth 2; Greg Wells; Adam Goodbrand; Jim Culp; Chris Riediger.
Canadiens: Wayne Wall.
Bruins 7 Flyers 3
Bruins: Adam Regular 2; Mike Sheridan 2; Josh Moore; Stuart Hunt; Peter Beukema.
Flyers: Kevin Paul; Jeff Dixon; Matt Dixon.
WELLAND TIGERS HOCKEY
Minor midgets still perfect
The Welland Tigers minor midget A hockey team improved to 8-0 in league play with a 4-0 win against the Glancaster Bombers.
Tyler Isherwood and Caleb Theriault each scored twice and assists were contributed by Dylan Coers (2), Brayden Flint (2), Ryan Kelly (2), Ethan Fox and Jacob Tessier.
Jacob Salmon notched the shutout.
Atoms triple Warriors
The Welland Shadow Auto Tigers minor atom A hockey team improved to 11-1 in divisional play after defeating the Stoney Creek Warriors 6-2.
Thomas Russell got the win in net for the Tigers while the offence was led by Ethan Rousseau (3-2-5), Kingsley Lachnit (1-2-3), Dylan Wood (1-1-2), Jordan Hotham (1-0-1), and Brody Channon, Blake Hudak and Antonio Mete with single assists.
Pelham edges major peewees
The Pelham Panthers edged the Welland Telus Tigers 2-1 in major peewee A action in Pelham.
Tyler Ray scored for Welland on an assist from Ryan Reeves.
Jonah Shapland and Gabriel Forte scored for Pelham to hand Welland its third loss of the season.
Minor peewees top Merritton
The Welland 91.7 Giant FM/Country 89 Tigers improved to 9-0-2 in Niagara District Peewee Belcot action by defeating the Merritton minor peewee AE Bulldogs 9-0.
Colby Franchetti, Tyler Laszlo and Julian Belcastro netted two goals apiece and Matteo Mete, Chace Buti, Miller Miotto and Tanner Cutler each scored once for Welland. Braxton Fleguel earned his first regular season shutout for the Tigers who ran their unbeaten streak to 15 games.
At the Boston Pizza Cup tournament in St. Thomas, the Tigers made it to the semifinals before losing 5-2 to Owen Sound. Belcastro and Franchetti scored in the loss.
On the way to the semifinals, Welland: lost 5-2 to St. Clair Shores (goals by Laszlo and Jonah Bello); tied the St. Thomas Stars (hat trick by Franchetti); tied the Owen Sound Attack 3-3 (Cutler two goals and Laszlo one); and blanked the Burlington Junior Cougars 3-0 (goals by Carson McComber, Jared Duerden and Franchetti, and shutout by Fleguel).
Tuesday Morning Mixed: John Osborne 599, Dave Ryder 581, Gord McCormack 434, Rosemarie Simpell 450, Pat Weir 448, Kay Slader 396.
Tuesday Afternoon Ladies: Cindy Boles 563, Velma Rutka 486, Sharon Walsh 478.
Tuesday Night Men: First Div: Keith Ballantyne 485, Cameron Chase 479, Keith Miller 472; Premier Div: Codi McMaster 643, Greg Panas 578, Ron Verkuyl 553.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Barb Mawhood 528, Sandra Plumb 495, Grace Beke 458.
Wednesday Night Ladies: Janice Osowiec 547, Colette Williams 508, Darlene Rymer 473.
Thursday Morning Ladies: Heidi Jacobsen 500, Martha Hildebrandt 455, Becky Kyle 435.
Thursday Prime Timers: Peter Goehle 458, Mike Johnson 445, Dave Ryder 426, Ruth Reimer 451, Velma Rutka 409, Lisa Pennekamp 403.
Thursday Night Mixed: Group 1: Codi McMaster 640, Bernie Wieler 589, Jeff Henderson 589; Group 2: Wayne Johnston 567, Addison Nye 554, Doug Fretz 526; Group 3: Alex Burse 505, Diane Scott 495, Sam Seinen 494; Group 4: Cody Bride 518, Dolores Costantini 474, Paul Schankula 456; Group 5: Charlene Calder 416, Sylvia Pogrebski 407, Giovan Cooper 397.
Friday Night Mixed: Chris Rogers 632, Rob Falk 590, Ken Derosier 573, Sara Henderson 481, Elaine Houtby 461, Karlene Falk 446.
Youth: Bantams: Alex Teneycke 204, Preston Yates 158, Sam Visentin 138; Junior: Landon DeGlopper 328, Sophia Beaudry 373, Intermediate: Armen Menkemnian 572, Zachary Beaydry 439, Seth Edwards 346; Senior: Ayden Fisk 261.
Monday Morning Men: Good: Bob Scricca 531, Harry Hoenig 531, Harold Stubbert 492; Gooder: Rob Balanowski 569, Vince DeNapoli 562, Jim Henderson 512; Goodest: Brad Woods 576, John Osborne 561, Wayne Dolinski 548.
Monday Majors: Matt Donald 640, Terry Krawec 629, Trena Sieber 621, Sandi Burse 615, Bruce Scott 599.
Tuesday Prime Timers: Jim Shaw 574, George Brown 538, Don James 534, Maureen Cropper 568, Gaetane Papineau 505, Sheila Masters 499.
Tuesday Night Mixed: Brayden Girard 647, Joseph Bos 514, Ken McKay 488, Angi Nesbitt 492, Lisa Loosemore 401, Teri Kielbowich 332.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Cheryl Prudhomme 579, Rose Marie Brown 575, Muriel Estey 531.
French Club: Jacques Vaillancourt 630, Maurice Gaudreault 586, Robert Bertrand 583, Marie-Josse Vaillancourt 485, Pierrette MacDougall 467, Rolande Fournier 459.
Friday 55 and Uppers: Kevin Shea 561, Philip Lamothe 529, Randy Thomas 503, Nan Brogden 432, Jackie burton 399, Doreen Anzik 382.
Youth: Little Tykes (one game): Scarlett Colledge 106, Madalynn Spence 99, Charlotte Spence 98; Peewee: Michael Lazar 321, Thomas Running 188, Duncan Hilborn 185; Bantam: Jaymes Booker 258, Katelynn Gough 304, Cotia Edwards 224, Evelyn Hilborn 223; Junior: Jacob Gough 516, Ethan Siren 449, Henry Soares Jr 447, Felicia Currie 503, Naomi Bertram 458, Emma D’Aloisio 409; Senior: Chanzen Krafve 579, Olivia Prudhomme 442.
Sunday Sport: Scott Bartlett 616, Shawn Quesnel 586, Bill Booker 543, Noella White 599, Wendy Bonnette 522, Angi Nesbitt 467.
Monday 55 and Up: Jim Copeland 576, Bob Walsh 531, Ian Cooper 512, Helen Black 506, Marg Allan 492, Vivian Buetow 485.
UNIFOR Retirees: Tom Astley 541, Jon MacDonald 516, Terry Bryan 481, Audrea Frizell 458, Darlene Smith 452, Sabina Christie 426.
Monday Evening Mixed: Seaward Billard 529, Bill Weaver 495, Dick Mallory 467, Jackie Billard 533, Denise Livingston 501, Erika Phair 448.
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