Atom A/E Sabres give Georgina a fight in Thanksgiving tourney

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres Atom A/E team did an outstanding job at their first tournament of the season. For the second year in a row the team successfully advanced to the finals.

The Sabres out-scored the competition in the tournament this year, 26 to 4. Unfortunately, they came up short against Georgina in the final, which they lost, 1-0.

The Sabres out-played and out-shot (26-10) Georgina for most of the game but lady luck - no doubt full of Thanksgiving turkey - was sleeping.

The tournament started on Friday with a 3-2 win over Georgetown. The team displayed their never-quit attitude by successfully coming back from a 2-0 deficit.

Frank Gladiator, the team's head coach, made second period line changes that proved successful with two quick goals from Spencer Fearon and Ryan Fritz just 19 seconds apart. Zack Carr picked up a helper on both.

The team remained aggressive and was rewarded with the game winner coming off the backhand of Michael Harris. A great win, given a tough loss 6-5 the night before to the same Georgetown team in league play.

Saturday's game against Brantford gave the team a chance to free- wheel and resulted in a 7-0 win. Goals were spread through all three periods with Harris leading the way with two. Fritz, Zack Carr, Jacob Gilles, Eric Houston and Eric Gladiator all chipped in with singles.

Nick Castellan and Gilles racked up two helpers a piece. Other assists went to Fritz and Alex Batey. New net minder Dakota Anchor picked up his first shut-out.

Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest but not for the Atom A/E Sabres, with two wins, 6-0 against Chatham and 10-1 against Innisfil with a 10-1 win. Zaakery Rogers earned the second shutout of the tournament. The goals came fast and often, led for the day by Gilles and Harris who each registered hat tricks in the second game.

Eric Houston and Jacob Benallick picked up a couple on the day with singles going to Batey, Fearon, Carr, and defenseman Josh Parkinson on a great rush.

Monday morning's final was a great effort by the team; unfortunately Georgina's goalie was outstanding, turning away 26 shots - most of them excellent scoring chances.

Submitted by Randy and Sherry Del Mastro

Atom A/E Sabres give Georgina a fight in Thanksgiving tourney

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres Atom A/E team did an outstanding job at their first tournament of the season. For the second year in a row the team successfully advanced to the finals.

The Sabres out-scored the competition in the tournament this year, 26 to 4. Unfortunately, they came up short against Georgina in the final, which they lost, 1-0.

The Sabres out-played and out-shot (26-10) Georgina for most of the game but lady luck - no doubt full of Thanksgiving turkey - was sleeping.

The tournament started on Friday with a 3-2 win over Georgetown. The team displayed their never-quit attitude by successfully coming back from a 2-0 deficit.

Frank Gladiator, the team's head coach, made second period line changes that proved successful with two quick goals from Spencer Fearon and Ryan Fritz just 19 seconds apart. Zack Carr picked up a helper on both.

The team remained aggressive and was rewarded with the game winner coming off the backhand of Michael Harris. A great win, given a tough loss 6-5 the night before to the same Georgetown team in league play.

Saturday's game against Brantford gave the team a chance to free- wheel and resulted in a 7-0 win. Goals were spread through all three periods with Harris leading the way with two. Fritz, Zack Carr, Jacob Gilles, Eric Houston and Eric Gladiator all chipped in with singles.

Nick Castellan and Gilles racked up two helpers a piece. Other assists went to Fritz and Alex Batey. New net minder Dakota Anchor picked up his first shut-out.

Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest but not for the Atom A/E Sabres, with two wins, 6-0 against Chatham and 10-1 against Innisfil with a 10-1 win. Zaakery Rogers earned the second shutout of the tournament. The goals came fast and often, led for the day by Gilles and Harris who each registered hat tricks in the second game.

Eric Houston and Jacob Benallick picked up a couple on the day with singles going to Batey, Fearon, Carr, and defenseman Josh Parkinson on a great rush.

Monday morning's final was a great effort by the team; unfortunately Georgina's goalie was outstanding, turning away 26 shots - most of them excellent scoring chances.

Submitted by Randy and Sherry Del Mastro

Atom A/E Sabres give Georgina a fight in Thanksgiving tourney

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres Atom A/E team did an outstanding job at their first tournament of the season. For the second year in a row the team successfully advanced to the finals.

The Sabres out-scored the competition in the tournament this year, 26 to 4. Unfortunately, they came up short against Georgina in the final, which they lost, 1-0.

The Sabres out-played and out-shot (26-10) Georgina for most of the game but lady luck - no doubt full of Thanksgiving turkey - was sleeping.

The tournament started on Friday with a 3-2 win over Georgetown. The team displayed their never-quit attitude by successfully coming back from a 2-0 deficit.

Frank Gladiator, the team's head coach, made second period line changes that proved successful with two quick goals from Spencer Fearon and Ryan Fritz just 19 seconds apart. Zack Carr picked up a helper on both.

The team remained aggressive and was rewarded with the game winner coming off the backhand of Michael Harris. A great win, given a tough loss 6-5 the night before to the same Georgetown team in league play.

Saturday's game against Brantford gave the team a chance to free- wheel and resulted in a 7-0 win. Goals were spread through all three periods with Harris leading the way with two. Fritz, Zack Carr, Jacob Gilles, Eric Houston and Eric Gladiator all chipped in with singles.

Nick Castellan and Gilles racked up two helpers a piece. Other assists went to Fritz and Alex Batey. New net minder Dakota Anchor picked up his first shut-out.

Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest but not for the Atom A/E Sabres, with two wins, 6-0 against Chatham and 10-1 against Innisfil with a 10-1 win. Zaakery Rogers earned the second shutout of the tournament. The goals came fast and often, led for the day by Gilles and Harris who each registered hat tricks in the second game.

Eric Houston and Jacob Benallick picked up a couple on the day with singles going to Batey, Fearon, Carr, and defenseman Josh Parkinson on a great rush.

Monday morning's final was a great effort by the team; unfortunately Georgina's goalie was outstanding, turning away 26 shots - most of them excellent scoring chances.

Submitted by Randy and Sherry Del Mastro