Beverly Bandits midgets take gold at Paris Syl Apps tourney

Community Apr 12, 2016 Flamborough Review

The Beverly Bandits midget team played its way to gold at the Syl Apps memorial Tournament in Paris, which ran April 1-3.

On Friday evening the Bandits defeated the Brock Wild 3-1 in the first preliminary game. In the Saturday afternoon game, the Midland Centennials defeated the Bandits 3-2, which put pressure on the Beverly team to come up with a win in game three, against the New Hamburg Huskies #2 Team. The Huskies had a 1-0 lead after the second period, but the Bandits scored two in the third period to win 2-1 and move on to the quarter-finals.

The quarter-final game was a rematch against the Midland Centennials, but this time Beverly came out on top 2-0, with Callum Williams putting in both Beverly goals and Matt Watson earning the shutout.

The Bandits defeated the Dresden Jr. Kings in the semifinals 3-1, with Curtis Abernethy playing a very strong game in goal and the rest of the team shutting down the powerful Jr. Kings.

In the final against the Thornton Tigers, the Bandits blanketed the opposition throughout the game, winning the Championship 2-1. Bandits goals – both unassisted – were netted by Callum Williams and Stefan Mielzynski in the first period.

The Bandits went 5-1 in the tournament and used terrific goaltending, stellar defence, and outstanding playmaking in the offensive zone to win the title.

The Beverly Bandits roster includes Curtis Abernethy, Matt Watson, Bailey Davidson-Gouveia, Jordan Jongeling, Tyler Pratt, Dylan Ballantyne, Benjamin Giles, Derick Bezemer, Mitchell Cabral, Nicholas Leeson, Ethan Cox, Courtney Vanderhout, Robert Knight, Mitchell Pawlik, Callum Williams, Stefan Mielzynski and Jaxon Greenwood. Coaches are Peter Mielzynski, Cameron Watson, Ron Knight, Derrick Leeson and Charlie Pratt.

The Beverly Bandits midget team is supported throughout the season by its hockey families and Beverly Minor Hockey.

Beverly Bandits midgets take gold at Paris Syl Apps tourney

Community Apr 12, 2016 Flamborough Review

The Beverly Bandits midget team played its way to gold at the Syl Apps memorial Tournament in Paris, which ran April 1-3.

On Friday evening the Bandits defeated the Brock Wild 3-1 in the first preliminary game. In the Saturday afternoon game, the Midland Centennials defeated the Bandits 3-2, which put pressure on the Beverly team to come up with a win in game three, against the New Hamburg Huskies #2 Team. The Huskies had a 1-0 lead after the second period, but the Bandits scored two in the third period to win 2-1 and move on to the quarter-finals.

The quarter-final game was a rematch against the Midland Centennials, but this time Beverly came out on top 2-0, with Callum Williams putting in both Beverly goals and Matt Watson earning the shutout.

The Bandits defeated the Dresden Jr. Kings in the semifinals 3-1, with Curtis Abernethy playing a very strong game in goal and the rest of the team shutting down the powerful Jr. Kings.

In the final against the Thornton Tigers, the Bandits blanketed the opposition throughout the game, winning the Championship 2-1. Bandits goals – both unassisted – were netted by Callum Williams and Stefan Mielzynski in the first period.

The Bandits went 5-1 in the tournament and used terrific goaltending, stellar defence, and outstanding playmaking in the offensive zone to win the title.

The Beverly Bandits roster includes Curtis Abernethy, Matt Watson, Bailey Davidson-Gouveia, Jordan Jongeling, Tyler Pratt, Dylan Ballantyne, Benjamin Giles, Derick Bezemer, Mitchell Cabral, Nicholas Leeson, Ethan Cox, Courtney Vanderhout, Robert Knight, Mitchell Pawlik, Callum Williams, Stefan Mielzynski and Jaxon Greenwood. Coaches are Peter Mielzynski, Cameron Watson, Ron Knight, Derrick Leeson and Charlie Pratt.

The Beverly Bandits midget team is supported throughout the season by its hockey families and Beverly Minor Hockey.

Beverly Bandits midgets take gold at Paris Syl Apps tourney

Community Apr 12, 2016 Flamborough Review

The Beverly Bandits midget team played its way to gold at the Syl Apps memorial Tournament in Paris, which ran April 1-3.

On Friday evening the Bandits defeated the Brock Wild 3-1 in the first preliminary game. In the Saturday afternoon game, the Midland Centennials defeated the Bandits 3-2, which put pressure on the Beverly team to come up with a win in game three, against the New Hamburg Huskies #2 Team. The Huskies had a 1-0 lead after the second period, but the Bandits scored two in the third period to win 2-1 and move on to the quarter-finals.

The quarter-final game was a rematch against the Midland Centennials, but this time Beverly came out on top 2-0, with Callum Williams putting in both Beverly goals and Matt Watson earning the shutout.

The Bandits defeated the Dresden Jr. Kings in the semifinals 3-1, with Curtis Abernethy playing a very strong game in goal and the rest of the team shutting down the powerful Jr. Kings.

In the final against the Thornton Tigers, the Bandits blanketed the opposition throughout the game, winning the Championship 2-1. Bandits goals – both unassisted – were netted by Callum Williams and Stefan Mielzynski in the first period.

The Bandits went 5-1 in the tournament and used terrific goaltending, stellar defence, and outstanding playmaking in the offensive zone to win the title.

The Beverly Bandits roster includes Curtis Abernethy, Matt Watson, Bailey Davidson-Gouveia, Jordan Jongeling, Tyler Pratt, Dylan Ballantyne, Benjamin Giles, Derick Bezemer, Mitchell Cabral, Nicholas Leeson, Ethan Cox, Courtney Vanderhout, Robert Knight, Mitchell Pawlik, Callum Williams, Stefan Mielzynski and Jaxon Greenwood. Coaches are Peter Mielzynski, Cameron Watson, Ron Knight, Derrick Leeson and Charlie Pratt.

The Beverly Bandits midget team is supported throughout the season by its hockey families and Beverly Minor Hockey.