Nov. 29 Local sports: DM hoops; Fairview bowling: Jordan Oldtimers and Welland Tigers hockey
REDS FALL TO PATRIOTS
After trailing 20-6 after one quarter and 34-20 at the half, a second half rally wasn’t quite enough as the Denis Morris Reds senior boys basketball team fell 58-50 to the Saint Paul Patriots in Niagara Catholic Athletic Association play.
“We got it down to two in the fourth quarter but a couple of their kids hit some big shots and we couldn’t complete the comeback,” Reds coach Randy Conlon said. “A great effort by our kids against a strong, well-coached St. Paul team.”
Denis Morris opened the second half outscoring the Patriots 16-7 in the third quarter to close the gap to 41-36 heading into the final frame.
Leading the way for Saint Paul were John Graovaz with 14 followed by Jacob McLeod with 13 and Jerwyn Tuntantes with 12.
Denis Morris was led by Noah Honsberger with 16. Michael Conlon tossed in 10 while Anthony Caruso added eight.
Following are recent top tenpin and fivepin bowling scores, as submitted by the lanes and league secretaries:
Tuesday Morning Mixed: John Osborne 605, Gord McCormack 574, Bert Jakobs 517, Pat Weir 515, Alida Manuel 512, Ruth Reimer 450.
Tuesday Afternoon Ladies: Velma Rutka 499, Deb Freeman 489, Sharon Walsh 489.
Tuesday Night Men: First Division: Al MacDonald 519, Keith Miller 518, Keith Ballantyne 512. Premier Division: Terry Krawec 625, Codi McMaster 623, Ken Derosier 617.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Sandra Plumb 410, Darleigh Rosie 399, Sarah DePenning 398.
Wednesday Night Ladies: Liz Champion 482, Sue Brisbois 472, Rose Child 465.
Thursday Morning Ladies: Lisa Petersen 493, Carol Sheremetta 459, Janice Jones 426.
Thursday Night Mixed: Group 1: Kyle Brown 650, Codi McMaster 601, Terry Krawec 568. Group 2: Addison Nye 552, Angela Wiley 534, Rob Costantini 533. Group 3: Diane Scott 514, Trish Game 504, Alex Burse 502. Group 4: Cody Bride 462, Bridget Carroll 451, Sue Bride 437. Group 5: Sylvia Pogrebski 450, Sam Firlotte 448, Amanda Burse 396.
Friday Night Mixed: Ken Derosier 649, Doug Bruinsma 587, Ron Verkuyl 586, Julie Marano 495, Elaine Houtby 471, Dianne Cox 456.
Youth: Bantam: Robbie Donald 243, Alex Teneycke 236, Sam Visentin 163. Junior: Ben Foster 488, James Weller 439, Landon DeGlopper 309, Ava Conway 529, Sophia Beaudry 387. Intermediate: Zachary Beaudry 468, Addison Nye 467, Armen Menkemnian 396, Kayley Richardson 335.
Monday Morning Men: Good:Bob Scricca 493, Harry Hoenig 477, Gary Ward 453. Gooder: Don Hewitt 493, Rob Balanowski 448, Jim Henderson 439. Goodest: Ed Yuhasz 618, Dave Brown 611, Terry Krawec 579.
Monday Majors: Trena Sieber 673, Brendan Langelaan 617, Terry Krawec 614, Lisa Morabito 607, Rob Langelaan 595.
Tuesday Prime Timers: Randy Thomas 532, George Brown 503, Martin Lanteigne 501, Rachel Stanley 604, Maureen Cropper 542, Gaetane Papineau 503.
Tuesday Night Mixed: Brayden Girard 644, Jim Miller 580, Jay Reynolds 513, Angi Nesbitt 473, Lisa Loosemore 444.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Carla Sneek 588, Jane Sneek 513, Rose Marie brown 508.
French Club: Jacques Vaillancourt 552, Martin Lanteigne 526, Robert Bertrand 524, Cecile Hungerford 431, Suzanne Theriault 411, Marie-Josee Vaillancourt 404.
Friday 55 and Uppers: Kevin Shea 578, Randy Thomas 480, David Moriarity 464, Mary Chodoriwsky 424, Jackie Burton 407, Dianne Siegel 398.
Youth: Little Tykes (one game): Gavin Booker 120, Madelyn Lawson 106, Madalynn Spence 105, Charlotte Spence 88. Peewee: Ethan Barker 443, Michael Lazar 274, Thomas Running 272; Bantam: Jaymes Booker 263, Kyla Boles 316, Katie Adgey 215; Junior: Jacob Gough 600, Garrett Fisk 509, Joseph Best 396, Erica Boles 523, Katelynn Mitchell 449, Naomi Bertram 448 ; Senior: Sarah Malott 403.
Sunday Sport: Shawn Quesnel 521, Bill Booker 516, Scott Bartlett 502, Wendy Bonnette 544, Noella White 534, Angi Nesbitt 505.
Monday 55 and Up: Bob Walsh 576, Jim Copeland 545, Reg Sonnenberg 538, Marjie Rylett 480, Marilyn Goulding 479, Lucy Mulder 460.
UNIFOR Retirees: Tom Astley 618, Mike Locke 495, Mike O’Mally 486, Noreen Locke 489,Olga Astley 462, Colleen Wiley 446.
Monday Evening Mixed: George Brown 593, Dick Mallory 511, Bill Weaver 491, Erika Phair 529, Denise Livingston 504, Bonnee Brown 463.
JORDAN OLDTIMERS HOCKEY LEAGUE
Stars 12 Bruins 9
Stars: Jason Rose 4; Noel Buckley 3; Jamie Brophy 2; Brody Whetlam; Brandon Brousseau; James Wakunick.
Bruins: Josh Moore 3; Darrin Bower 2; Nick Hageman 2; Brent Kunselman; Chris Boom.
Hawks 8 Flyers 3
Hawks: Adam Goodbrand 3; Mike Howarth 2; Darren Horton 2; Jim Culp.
Flyers: Jeff Dixon; Matt Dixon, Kevin Paul.
Rangers 4 Canadiens 3
Rangers: Darren Craig; John Lamont; Keith Schmidt; Greg Penny.
Canadiens: John Richards 2; Sam Oort.
WELLAND TIGERS HOCKEY
Silver Stick Champions
The Welland Shadow Auto Tigers minor atom A hockey team won the Northumberland Regional Silver Stick tournament, defeating the Ottawa Sting 4-2 in the championship game.
Jackson Gallagher-Temple was solid in goal in the final game and points were contributed by Ethan Rousseau (2-1-3), Dylan Wood (1-2–3), Antonio Mete with a goal and Kingsley Lachnit with an assist.
Welland opened with a 3-2 loss to the Gloucester Orleans Blues. Rousseau and Liam Seguin netted goals and Thomas Russell played well in goal.
Up next was a 5-0 victory over the Ottawa West Golden Knights with Gallagher-Temple earning the shutout. The Tigers offence was led by Jordan Hotham with two goals and Wood, Lachnit and Brayden Farr with single goals. Rousseau, Blake Hudak and Liam Seguin added assists.
In a 1-1 tie against North Toronto, Russell played well in goal and Rousseau scored.
Next up was an elimination game against the tournament favourites, the Kanata Blazers. Welland won 5-3 with Gallagher-Temple earning the win. The offence was led by: Rousseau (1-1-2), Wood, Lachnit, Hotham and Seguin with goals; Mete with two assists; and, Cooper Ebert, Hudak and Sebastien Boucher with single helpers.
Welland then advanced to the finals with a 5-2 semifinal victory over Gloucester Orleans Blues. Gallagher-Temple picked up the win in goal. The offence was led by: Hudak, Seguin and Wood with a goal and an assist; Boucher and Rousseau with goals; and, assists from Mete, Hudson Bassi, Hotham, Lachnit and Brody Channon.
Peewees take two of three
The Welland Telus Tigers major peewee A hockey team improved to 9-4-1 in Niagara District Peewee Doherty divisional play after taking four of six possible points last weekend.
Ryan Reeves, Jordan Raso and Max Myers scored in a 3-1 win over Niagara Falls 3-1 with Thomas Mousseau recording the lone Flyers tally.
The first-place Stoney Creek Warriors then blanked the Tigers 2-0 with Faysal Khaled and Joshua Mayich providing the offense and Nicolas Moryta recording the shutout.
Welland doubled Fort Erie 4-2 despite getting outshot 23-7 and spending nearly half the 40-minute game in the penalty box. Dayton Flatt, Ryan Reeves, Alexander McQuillan, and Jordan Raso scored for the Tigers with Brentin Porter netting both goals for the Meteors.
Minor peewees take two
The Welland Tigers 91.7 Giant FM/Country 89 Tigers minor peewee A hockey team improved to 11-0-2 in minor peewee divisional play with an 11-1 victory over the Niagara-on-the-Lake Wolves.
Tanner Cutler and Carson McComber each scored three times and Matteo Mete, Mason Risto, Julian Belcastro, Chace Buti, and Colby Franchetti added singles. Andrew Bayne scored the lone Niagara-on-the-Lake goal.
Welland also beat the Dunnville AE Mudcats 8-0 with Braxton Fleguel recording the shutout. Cutler scored twice and singles goals were netted by Belcastro, Mete, Franchetti, Miller Miotto, Tyler Laszlo and McComber.
Minor midgets a perfect 10
The Welland Tigers minor midget hockey team improved to 10-0 in league play with a pair of victories.
In an 8-1 victory over West Niagara Flying Aces, goals were scored by Tyler Isherwood (2), Kaden Falardeau (2), Chase Hubbel, Ryan Kelly and Grant Sinclair. Adding assists were Isherwood (3), Ethan Fox (2), Nathan Lambrechts (2), Kolby Sumbler (2), Cooper Armstrong, Brayden Flint, Kelly and Falardeau.
Jacob Salmon recorded the shutout in a 10-0 victory over the Dunnville Mudcats. Goals scorers were Kaden Falardeau (4), Dylan Coers (2), Caleb Theriault (2), Flint and Lambrechts. Contributing assists were Sumbler (4), Falardeau, Kelly and Ethan Fox.