Oct. 10 Local Sports Report: Brock rowing; Fairview bowling; Welland Tigers hockey
Brock is hosting the Brock Invitational Regatta Saturday at Henley lsland and is collecting non-perishable food items for Community Care.
“We hope to fill a full coach boat of food for the local food bank in time for the holiday season,” rower Olivia Reynolds said.
Members of the Brock Badgers rowing team performed well at Trent University’s annual Head of the Trent Regatta.
Below are the team’s results:
Division 1 men’s university single: 8. Oskars Rugelis; 15. Francis Shein.
Division 1 university lightweight men’s single: 1. Thomas Markewich.
Division 1 women’s university single: 6. Bonnie Reynolds; 8. Erin Broski.
Division 1 women’s university lightweight single: 3. Jordan Isnor.
Division 2 women’s university eight: 2. Varsity eight (from bow were Jenna Veerman, Sabrina Tigwell, Shayna VanBeilen, Isabella Mazzarolo, Amanda Martin, Brianna Spanics, Shannon Van Baalen, Anna Maloney and cox Sophia Buzzell); 4. Lightweight eight (from bow were Olivia Jose, Andrea Jansen, Catorina Cormier, Serena Weaver, Madeline Hingston, Jordan Isnor, Alicia Piazza, Erin Corkery and cox Brooke Kew); 7. Junior varsity eight (from bow were Hana Parkin, Olivia Reynolds, Everest Masselink, Hannah Wade, Abigail Verge, Sydney Wilkins, Melanie Lachnit, Olivia Sommer and cox Kit Wright).
Division 2 men’s university coxed four: 2.David Campbell, Sam Stewart, Erik Hohnstein, Brandan Andrews and cox Riley Pizek.
Division 2 men’s university lightweight coxed four: 1. Noah Van Helvert, Cameron Hickman, Jacob Martens, Owen Volkner and cox Liam Bull.
Division 2 junior varsity double: 7. Kailin Rourke and Rowan O’Neill.
Division 3 women’s university double: 3. Bonnie Reynolds and Erin Broski.
Division 3 women’s university lightweight double: 1. Jennifer Beaudette and Carly Zanatta.
Division 3 men’s junior varsity coxed four: 1. Jack MacIntyre, Jared Boles, Ashraf Salih, James Kwinecki and cox Luc Arbour; 2. James Bell, Adam Muldoon, Ethan Keeso, Lukas Sty and cox Liam Bull; 7. Noah Homiak, Hudson Boisvert, Austin Hurley, Mitchel Kvacica and cox Magtha McCormack.
Division 4 men’s university eight: 2. Erik Hohnstein, Brandan Andrews, Josh Chiarot, Ben Hersche, Francis Shein, David Campbell, Michael Ciepiela, Daniel Brophy and cox Riley Pizek.
Division 4 men’s university lightweight eight: 1. Kevin Keith, Cameron Hickman, Noah Van Helvert, Owen Volkner, Thomas Markewich, Stephen Harris, Jacob Martens, Jacob Giesbrecht and cox Liam Bull; 3. Ashraf Salih, Jack MacIntyre, Samuel Maconco, Lukas Stys, Jared Boles, Adam Muldoon, Antonio DiDomenico, Ivan Cunko and cox Luc Arbour.
Division 4 women’s university coxed four: 1. Amanda Martin, Brianna Spanics, Shannon Van Baalen, Anna Maloney and cox Sophia Buzzell; 5. Jenna Veerman, Shayna VanBeilen, Sabrina Tigwell, Isabella Mazzarolo and cox Magtha McCormack.
Division 4 women’s university lightweight coxed four: 2. Alicia Piazza, Jennifer Beaudette, Carly Zanatta, Erin Corkery and cox Brooke Kew; 4. Andrea Jansen, Olivia Jose, Serena Weaver, Madeline Hingston and cox Kit Wright.
Division 4 junior varsity men’s double: 2. Olen Noel and Jacob Gula.
Division 5 university women’s varsity eight: 13. Kavya Kamalasanan Nandalan, Edith Turpel, Abigail Stewart, Joyce Khouzam, Courtney Albanese, Mariska Andrade, Julika Frome, Olivia Tanham and cox Luc Arbour.
Division 5 men’s university double: 2. Oskars Rugelis and Sam Stewart.
Division 5 university men’s lightweight double: 1. Thomas Markewich and Stephen Harris,
Division 5 junior varsity women’s coxed four: 3. Megan Scheuring, Casey Botbyl, Kady Wellman, Everest Masselink and cox Magtha McCormick.
Following are recent top tenpin and fivepin bowling scores, as submitted by the lanes and league secretaries:
Tuesday Morning Mixed: John Osborne 578, Bert Jakobs 567, Gord McCormack 550, Alida Manuel 530, Janny Haverkamp 474, Rosemarie Simpell 457.
Tuesday Afternoon Ladies: Velma Rutka 480, Cindy Boles 458, Stella Slavinjak 452.
Tuesday Night Men: First Division: Al MacDonald 525, Keith Ballantyne 469, Shari Langelaan 459. Premier Division: Greg Panas 620, Clayton Donald 614, Ken Derosier 600.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Janet Guy 457, Barb Mawhood 419, Sandra Plumb 419.
Wednesday Night Ladies: Muriel Tanner 489, Janice Osowiec 469, Barb Colbey 455.
Thursday Morning Ladies: Karla Gilmore 503, Heidi Jacobsen 445, Martha Hildebrandt 436, Dianne Cox 436.
Thursday Prime Timers: Dave Ryder 497, Glen Seburn 485, Mike Johnson 480, Trish Game 498, Velma Rutka 479, Marg Millar 460.
Thursday Night Mixed: Group 1:Stefani Burger 658, Terry Krawec 623, Lisa Morabito 613 ( 299). Group 2: Rob Costantini 543, Wayne Johnston 521, Angela Wiley 492. Group 3: Diane Scott 602, Addison Nye 495, Jim Price 495. Group 4: Lena Lewis 508, Mike Mcgrath 503, Samantha McDowell 480.
Friday Night Mixed: Greg Panas 614, Chris Rogers 586, Ken Derosier 568, Sara Henderson 502, Elaine Houtby 485, Cathy Thacker 434.
Youth: Preps: Alex Teneycke 248, Preston Yates 122. Junior: Landon DeGlopper 276, Ava Conway 492, Sophia Beaudry 348; Intermediate: Addison nye 510, Zachary Beaudry 413, Armen Menkemnian 336, Mya Conway 528, Kayley Rihardson 399; Senior: Ayden Fisk 345.
Monday Morning Men: Good: Paul Schankula 482, Bob Berge 473, Harold Stubbert 471. Gooder: Jim Henderson 551, Don Hewitt 491, Rob Balanowski 476. Goodest: Wayne Dolinski 627, Terry Krawec 603, Dave Brown 561.
Monday Majors: Gord McCormack 679, Terry Krawec 652, Bruce Scott 648, Lisa Morabito 549, Sandi Burse 516.
Tuesday Prime Timers: Philip Lamothe 537, Kevin Shea 520, Douglas Arsenault 494, Rachel Stanley 483, Monique Dorling 464, Bunny Hamilton 457, Rosalyn Upshall 457.
Tuesday Night Mixed: Brayden Girard 740, Ken McKay 524, Jim Miller 493, Angi Nesbitt 498, Mandy Jenkins 453, Lisa Loosemore 394.
Wednesday Morning Ladies: Ann Langelaan 517, Cathy Vandelaar 515, Jane Sneek 479.
French Club: Bob Walsh 580, Jacques Vaillancourt 573, Martin Lanteigne 554, Suzanne Theriault 462, Cecile Hungerford 436, Toni Ball 425.
Friday 55 and Uppers: Philip Lamothe 528, Randy Thomas 470, Kevin Shea 467, Dianne Siegel 494, Clara Schyff 395, Gloria Shea 384.
Youth: Little Tykes (one game): Gavin Booker 107, Madalynn Spence 103, Autumn Etherington 97, Charlotte Spence 90. Peewee: Michael Lazar 268, Ethan Barker 255, Thomas Running 199 ; Bantam : Liam Boles 341, Kyla Boles 357, Katelynn Gough 333, Scotia Edwards 295. Junior: Jacob Gough 541, Aaron Goertzen 467, Henry Soares Jr. 467, Erica Boles 474, Felicia Currie 471, Emma D’Aloisio 425. Senior: Chanzen Krafve 560, Olivia Prudhomme 487, Sarah Malott 379.
Sunday Sport: Scott Bartlett 682, John Howard 505, Shawn Quesnel 495, Wendy Bonnette 713, Noella White 500, Angi nesbitt 451.
Monday 55 and Up: Ian Cooper 650, Jim Copeland 583, Ian Smart 547, Lucy Mulder 515, Marilyn Goulding 494, Donna Potashnyk 473.
UNIFOR Retirees: Tom Astley 526, Jon MacDonald 498, Mike Locke 419, Colleen Wiley 476, Michelle Copeland 396, Irene Charkowy 389.
Monday Evening Mixed: George Brown 554, Dick Mallory 469, Doug Powell 443, Jackie Billard 649, Erika Phair 523, Denise Livingston 514.
WELLAND TIGERS HOCKEY
Peewee As take two
The Welland Telus Tigers major peewee A hockey team improved to 3-1 in league play and currently sit atop the Peewee Doherty division standings.
Lukas Biggar earned his first shutout of the regular season as he backstopped the team to a 4-0 win over Thorold. Josh Lamb scored twice and Blake Turner and Jordan Raso score one each.
In the team’s home-opener, Raso netted a hat-trick, Turner contributed a pair of goals and Tyler Ray, Ryan Reeves and Dayton Flatt each chipped in single tallies as the Tigers outlasted Stoney Creek 8-5.
Minor midgets go 3-0
The Welland Tigers minor midget A hockey team started its regular season with three straight victories, defeating West Lincoln 7-0, Garden City 3-2 and Niagara Falls 6-0.
Against West Niagara , goals were scored by Brayden Flint (2) Jacob Passmore (2), Cooper Armstrong, Dylan Coers and Kaden Falardeau. Coers had two assists and the winning goaltender was Jacob Salmon.
Against Garden City, Falardeau, Flint and Tyler Isherwood scored and Ben Stea picked up the win in goal.
Scoring against Niagara Falls were Isherwood (2), Flint (2), Caleb Theriault and Falardeau. The shutout was recorded by Jacob Salmon.
Peewee AEs go 1-2
The Welland Mike Knapp Ford peewee AE hockey team went 1-2 in play last week, losing 5-3 to the Niagara West major peewee AE team, defeating Niagara-on-the-Lake 5-3 and falling 4-2 to Stoney Creek
Against Niagara West, Lincoln Kelley, Maxime Rainville and Brennen Hagar scored for Welland.
Versus Niagara-on-the-Lake, Hagar, Noah Forrester, Townes Bestward, Aiden Bury and Rocco Seneca scored for Welland and Brody Marton picked up the win in goal.
Against Stoney Creek, Rainville and Chance Hubbel scored for the Tigers.
Minor peewees edge Niagara Falls
The Welland Tigers 91.7 Giant FM/Country 89 Tigers minor peewee A hockey team improved to 2-0 in divisional play with a 3-2 win over the Niagara Falls Flyers.
Colby Franchetti, Tyler Laszlo and Tanner Cutler scored for Welland. Jaxson Hess and Parker Dolan answered back for the Flyers.