Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continue to sink their teeth into the competition

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The minor atoms AAA Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continued their winning ways in recent games, defeating St. Catharines 7-0. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Christopher Haigh (three goals), Carlo Difeo (one goal), Michael Werner (two goals), and Connor Murphy (one goal). Netminder Michael Singh got the shutout.

The Jr. Bulldogs came back for seconds, again defeating the St. Catharines Falcons, 5-0. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Cristiano DiGiacinto with two goals, and Difeo, Haigh and Werner with one marker apiece. Michael Caluori was in goal for the shutout.

In other action, the Bulldogs defeated Guelph 4-3. Nathan Tandan, Difeo, Werner and Murphy each scored one goal; Singh was in net for the win.

On the downside, the Bulldogs lost to the Oakville Rangers, 3-0.

Next up, the Bulldogs beat Welland 7-0. Scoring for Hamilton were Haigh (two goals), Michael Menicanin, Quentin Maksimovich, Connor Murphy, Werner and Di Giacinto. Caluori was in net for the shutout.

In other action, Brampton put the bite on the Bulldogs, 5-1. Jordan Harris scored the lone Hamilton goal; Singh was in net.

Hamilton bounced back for a win against Burlington, defeating the Eagles, 8-3. Jordan Harris, Murphy and Maksimovich each netted two goals, while DiGiacinto and Haigh were good for one apiece. Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski

Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continue to sink their teeth into the competition

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The minor atoms AAA Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continued their winning ways in recent games, defeating St. Catharines 7-0. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Christopher Haigh (three goals), Carlo Difeo (one goal), Michael Werner (two goals), and Connor Murphy (one goal). Netminder Michael Singh got the shutout.

The Jr. Bulldogs came back for seconds, again defeating the St. Catharines Falcons, 5-0. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Cristiano DiGiacinto with two goals, and Difeo, Haigh and Werner with one marker apiece. Michael Caluori was in goal for the shutout.

In other action, the Bulldogs defeated Guelph 4-3. Nathan Tandan, Difeo, Werner and Murphy each scored one goal; Singh was in net for the win.

On the downside, the Bulldogs lost to the Oakville Rangers, 3-0.

Next up, the Bulldogs beat Welland 7-0. Scoring for Hamilton were Haigh (two goals), Michael Menicanin, Quentin Maksimovich, Connor Murphy, Werner and Di Giacinto. Caluori was in net for the shutout.

In other action, Brampton put the bite on the Bulldogs, 5-1. Jordan Harris scored the lone Hamilton goal; Singh was in net.

Hamilton bounced back for a win against Burlington, defeating the Eagles, 8-3. Jordan Harris, Murphy and Maksimovich each netted two goals, while DiGiacinto and Haigh were good for one apiece. Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski

Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continue to sink their teeth into the competition

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The minor atoms AAA Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continued their winning ways in recent games, defeating St. Catharines 7-0. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Christopher Haigh (three goals), Carlo Difeo (one goal), Michael Werner (two goals), and Connor Murphy (one goal). Netminder Michael Singh got the shutout.

The Jr. Bulldogs came back for seconds, again defeating the St. Catharines Falcons, 5-0. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Cristiano DiGiacinto with two goals, and Difeo, Haigh and Werner with one marker apiece. Michael Caluori was in goal for the shutout.

In other action, the Bulldogs defeated Guelph 4-3. Nathan Tandan, Difeo, Werner and Murphy each scored one goal; Singh was in net for the win.

On the downside, the Bulldogs lost to the Oakville Rangers, 3-0.

Next up, the Bulldogs beat Welland 7-0. Scoring for Hamilton were Haigh (two goals), Michael Menicanin, Quentin Maksimovich, Connor Murphy, Werner and Di Giacinto. Caluori was in net for the shutout.

In other action, Brampton put the bite on the Bulldogs, 5-1. Jordan Harris scored the lone Hamilton goal; Singh was in net.

Hamilton bounced back for a win against Burlington, defeating the Eagles, 8-3. Jordan Harris, Murphy and Maksimovich each netted two goals, while DiGiacinto and Haigh were good for one apiece. Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski