Bantams battle Halton

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Bantam team went on the road to Georgetown for a battle of Halton.

The hometown boys started the scoring early in the first period. Brett Noiles fired a low slap shot fed from defensive partner Roy LaChappelle, giving the Sabres a 1-0 lead they would not relinquish. The Sabres struck again with strong forechecking. Chris Ferguson plotted his first of the goals on a three- way pass from Dylan Leahy and Alex Standen. Sabres lead, 2-0.

The second period featured tight checking, with the Raiders notching their one and only goal. Flamborough netminder Spencer Scott made five key saves. The period ended, 2-1 Sabres.

In the third period Ferguson broke through the center ice area and was hit by a pass from La Chappelle. Fergie made no mistake and Flamborough was up 3-1 .

Brayden McLean finished the night off with the clincher assisted by Mitchell Weyrauch and Sean Irving 4-1 win over the Georgetown Raiders.

The Milton Maple Leafs where the Sabres next match up in Milton.

This tight checking game ended in a 3-2 victory for the hometown boys. Mitchell Weyrauch started the scoring in the second period unassisted to make it 1-0 Sabres.

Both teams landed a scoring punch in the third period. Milton tied things up, 1-1, but Sabres forward Sean Irving scored the Sabres second goal assisted by Zack Everett. Moments later Milton scored to tie the game at 2. Sabres goaltender Joel Thomson held the team in the game facing 15 shots.

With five minutes remaining in the third period, Pat Brennan (assisted by Weyrauch) broke the tie, giving the hometown Sabres the 3-2 win.

The Sabres' only league loss this season has been against the Burlington Eagles in a tight-checking game that ended 2-0.

The Sabres hold on to a solid 3-1 record with lots of hockey left to play.

-Submitted by Phil LaChappelle

Bantams battle Halton

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Bantam team went on the road to Georgetown for a battle of Halton.

The hometown boys started the scoring early in the first period. Brett Noiles fired a low slap shot fed from defensive partner Roy LaChappelle, giving the Sabres a 1-0 lead they would not relinquish. The Sabres struck again with strong forechecking. Chris Ferguson plotted his first of the goals on a three- way pass from Dylan Leahy and Alex Standen. Sabres lead, 2-0.

The second period featured tight checking, with the Raiders notching their one and only goal. Flamborough netminder Spencer Scott made five key saves. The period ended, 2-1 Sabres.

In the third period Ferguson broke through the center ice area and was hit by a pass from La Chappelle. Fergie made no mistake and Flamborough was up 3-1 .

Brayden McLean finished the night off with the clincher assisted by Mitchell Weyrauch and Sean Irving 4-1 win over the Georgetown Raiders.

The Milton Maple Leafs where the Sabres next match up in Milton.

This tight checking game ended in a 3-2 victory for the hometown boys. Mitchell Weyrauch started the scoring in the second period unassisted to make it 1-0 Sabres.

Both teams landed a scoring punch in the third period. Milton tied things up, 1-1, but Sabres forward Sean Irving scored the Sabres second goal assisted by Zack Everett. Moments later Milton scored to tie the game at 2. Sabres goaltender Joel Thomson held the team in the game facing 15 shots.

With five minutes remaining in the third period, Pat Brennan (assisted by Weyrauch) broke the tie, giving the hometown Sabres the 3-2 win.

The Sabres' only league loss this season has been against the Burlington Eagles in a tight-checking game that ended 2-0.

The Sabres hold on to a solid 3-1 record with lots of hockey left to play.

-Submitted by Phil LaChappelle

Bantams battle Halton

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Bantam team went on the road to Georgetown for a battle of Halton.

The hometown boys started the scoring early in the first period. Brett Noiles fired a low slap shot fed from defensive partner Roy LaChappelle, giving the Sabres a 1-0 lead they would not relinquish. The Sabres struck again with strong forechecking. Chris Ferguson plotted his first of the goals on a three- way pass from Dylan Leahy and Alex Standen. Sabres lead, 2-0.

The second period featured tight checking, with the Raiders notching their one and only goal. Flamborough netminder Spencer Scott made five key saves. The period ended, 2-1 Sabres.

In the third period Ferguson broke through the center ice area and was hit by a pass from La Chappelle. Fergie made no mistake and Flamborough was up 3-1 .

Brayden McLean finished the night off with the clincher assisted by Mitchell Weyrauch and Sean Irving 4-1 win over the Georgetown Raiders.

The Milton Maple Leafs where the Sabres next match up in Milton.

This tight checking game ended in a 3-2 victory for the hometown boys. Mitchell Weyrauch started the scoring in the second period unassisted to make it 1-0 Sabres.

Both teams landed a scoring punch in the third period. Milton tied things up, 1-1, but Sabres forward Sean Irving scored the Sabres second goal assisted by Zack Everett. Moments later Milton scored to tie the game at 2. Sabres goaltender Joel Thomson held the team in the game facing 15 shots.

With five minutes remaining in the third period, Pat Brennan (assisted by Weyrauch) broke the tie, giving the hometown Sabres the 3-2 win.

The Sabres' only league loss this season has been against the Burlington Eagles in a tight-checking game that ended 2-0.

The Sabres hold on to a solid 3-1 record with lots of hockey left to play.

-Submitted by Phil LaChappelle