TRAPPER"S ROUNDUP - September 28, 2015
Trappers AAA Roundup
Pee Wee Majors travelled to Sudbury for a weekend set against the Wolves. The team continues to show a strong focus and improvement. In game one the Trappers took a 3-2 lead into the third, but fell short on a penalty shot that gave the Wolves a 4-3 victory. Game 2 was a tight defensive battle with the score 1-0 after two. The Trappers couldn’t find the offense needed to push ahead and Sudbury managed a few more to take a 4-0 win. In Sundays match the Trappers came with a determined focus and executed a strong team effort to grab the victory 5-4. Overall it was a strong effort by everyone. The team will be travelling to Toronto this weekend for a tournament.
The minor bantam Savignac AAA Trappers faced the Nickel City Sons over the weekend. Losing the first 2 games Saturday, by scores of 7-3 and 5-2. The Trappers bounced back with a 3-2 win on Sunday.
The major bantam Trappers, sponsored by The Station travelled to Timmins this past weekend to take on the Timmins Eagles for two league games. In game one Saturday night the Trappers defeated the Eagles 10-1. The Trappers were lead offensively by Kobe Seguin with 1 goal and 3 assists, Nick Wojick with 2 goals and 1 assist, Ian Denomme chipped in with 1 goal and 2 assists, Ryan Mills had 2 goals. Single tallies went to Payton Vescio, Hunter Foreshew, Ethan Allair and Cole Craft. Brady Lacharity chipped in with 3 assists with other helpers going to Matt Hardwick (2), Jacob Peterson-Galema and Currie Giesler. Joe Rainville picked up the win between the pipes.
In game two on Sunday the Trappers were lead by Vescio who set up three goals. Mills had 2 goals while singles went to Sam Garagan, Denomme, Lacharity and Craft. Single assists went to Foreshew and Wojick. Zach Roy picked up the win in net. Other team members with solid efforts this weekend are Adam Howe and Cole Goddard.
The Trappers travel to the Nickel City to take on the Nickel City Sons next weekend. Game times are 8pm Saturday and 10:30 Sunday at Centennial Arena.