Beverly hockey

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

NOVICE

Beverly netminder Jules Vegh was stellar between the pipes when the #1 Novice house league Bandits faced off against Tavistock recently.

Outstanding plays by all players - including hat tricks from Ian Searles, and Lucas Stafford, a goal from Owen Whalen and assists from Nelson Coles and Josh Lessaline - led the Bandits to a 9-1 win. Not to be outdone, Beverly's #2 Novice house league team beat Tavistock, 5-3. Outstanding defence by Jack Laidlaw helped goalie Paige Corbett get another win under her belt. In a game against a team that always comes out strong, Lucas Lochner scored four goals for the Bandits.

Both Beverly teams are at the top of their games early in the season and the Novice #1 Bandits are undefeated to date.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford

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BANTAMS

The Beverly Bandits Bantam Boys defeated Tavistock 2 to 1, in a battle for first place in the Grand Valley League.

Steven Laurence opened the scoring for Beverly with a power-play goal assisted by Taylor Jensen and Ian Clunies. In the second period, defenceman Nick Weaver took a pass from Jordan Grundy and rushed in to score the winner. Goaltenders Steven Bancarz and Kelsan Gehlert shared netminding duties and made several point-blank saves to ensure the victory.

The Beverly team has managed to outwork most of their opponents this year, and boast a record that now stands at 6-1-2.

-Submitted by Ken Ofield

Beverly hockey

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

NOVICE

Beverly netminder Jules Vegh was stellar between the pipes when the #1 Novice house league Bandits faced off against Tavistock recently.

Outstanding plays by all players - including hat tricks from Ian Searles, and Lucas Stafford, a goal from Owen Whalen and assists from Nelson Coles and Josh Lessaline - led the Bandits to a 9-1 win. Not to be outdone, Beverly's #2 Novice house league team beat Tavistock, 5-3. Outstanding defence by Jack Laidlaw helped goalie Paige Corbett get another win under her belt. In a game against a team that always comes out strong, Lucas Lochner scored four goals for the Bandits.

Both Beverly teams are at the top of their games early in the season and the Novice #1 Bandits are undefeated to date.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford

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BANTAMS

The Beverly Bandits Bantam Boys defeated Tavistock 2 to 1, in a battle for first place in the Grand Valley League.

Steven Laurence opened the scoring for Beverly with a power-play goal assisted by Taylor Jensen and Ian Clunies. In the second period, defenceman Nick Weaver took a pass from Jordan Grundy and rushed in to score the winner. Goaltenders Steven Bancarz and Kelsan Gehlert shared netminding duties and made several point-blank saves to ensure the victory.

The Beverly team has managed to outwork most of their opponents this year, and boast a record that now stands at 6-1-2.

-Submitted by Ken Ofield

Beverly hockey

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

NOVICE

Beverly netminder Jules Vegh was stellar between the pipes when the #1 Novice house league Bandits faced off against Tavistock recently.

Outstanding plays by all players - including hat tricks from Ian Searles, and Lucas Stafford, a goal from Owen Whalen and assists from Nelson Coles and Josh Lessaline - led the Bandits to a 9-1 win. Not to be outdone, Beverly's #2 Novice house league team beat Tavistock, 5-3. Outstanding defence by Jack Laidlaw helped goalie Paige Corbett get another win under her belt. In a game against a team that always comes out strong, Lucas Lochner scored four goals for the Bandits.

Both Beverly teams are at the top of their games early in the season and the Novice #1 Bandits are undefeated to date.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford

* * *

BANTAMS

The Beverly Bandits Bantam Boys defeated Tavistock 2 to 1, in a battle for first place in the Grand Valley League.

Steven Laurence opened the scoring for Beverly with a power-play goal assisted by Taylor Jensen and Ian Clunies. In the second period, defenceman Nick Weaver took a pass from Jordan Grundy and rushed in to score the winner. Goaltenders Steven Bancarz and Kelsan Gehlert shared netminding duties and made several point-blank saves to ensure the victory.

The Beverly team has managed to outwork most of their opponents this year, and boast a record that now stands at 6-1-2.

-Submitted by Ken Ofield