The Beverly report

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After two weeks off for the Christmas break, Beverly #1 faced off against Twin Centre #3 in St. Clements on January 8. The Bandits won 7-1. Lucas Stafford was good for three goals, Ian Searles netted two goals and Nelson Coles and Tanner Gariepy scored one apiece. Tyke player Ryan Whalen came up to give the bantams a hand, and earned an assist.

Beverly #2 had the week off, due to a tournament commitment.

Beverly Bandits #1 followed up their win with two games last weekend, and managed to hold onto their 11-0 record.

On Saturday, the Bandits faced off against the first-place St. George team. Beverly's brick wall defence of Tanner Gariepy, Josh Lassaline and Jordan Jones held back the St. George offence to secure the fourth shutout of the season for goalie Jules Vegh. Owen Whalen and Lucas Coles netted one apiece for the Bandits, while Lucas Stafford got the hat trick in the Bandits' 5-0 win.

On Sunday, the Bandits hosted Ayr #2 in what ended up being a battle between the two teams' defensive lines. Ian Searles was good for two goals, Stafford netted another two and Vegh hit the net once in another 5-0 shutout for Beverly. Powerhouse tyke player Ryan Whalen helped propel the Bandits' success, adding assists on two goals in previous games.

The Bandit #2 team played strong on Saturday, walking away with a 1-1 tie. Goalkeeper Paige Corbett was tough in net to keep the game even.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford

The Beverly report

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After two weeks off for the Christmas break, Beverly #1 faced off against Twin Centre #3 in St. Clements on January 8. The Bandits won 7-1. Lucas Stafford was good for three goals, Ian Searles netted two goals and Nelson Coles and Tanner Gariepy scored one apiece. Tyke player Ryan Whalen came up to give the bantams a hand, and earned an assist.

Beverly #2 had the week off, due to a tournament commitment.

Beverly Bandits #1 followed up their win with two games last weekend, and managed to hold onto their 11-0 record.

On Saturday, the Bandits faced off against the first-place St. George team. Beverly's brick wall defence of Tanner Gariepy, Josh Lassaline and Jordan Jones held back the St. George offence to secure the fourth shutout of the season for goalie Jules Vegh. Owen Whalen and Lucas Coles netted one apiece for the Bandits, while Lucas Stafford got the hat trick in the Bandits' 5-0 win.

On Sunday, the Bandits hosted Ayr #2 in what ended up being a battle between the two teams' defensive lines. Ian Searles was good for two goals, Stafford netted another two and Vegh hit the net once in another 5-0 shutout for Beverly. Powerhouse tyke player Ryan Whalen helped propel the Bandits' success, adding assists on two goals in previous games.

The Bandit #2 team played strong on Saturday, walking away with a 1-1 tie. Goalkeeper Paige Corbett was tough in net to keep the game even.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford

The Beverly report

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After two weeks off for the Christmas break, Beverly #1 faced off against Twin Centre #3 in St. Clements on January 8. The Bandits won 7-1. Lucas Stafford was good for three goals, Ian Searles netted two goals and Nelson Coles and Tanner Gariepy scored one apiece. Tyke player Ryan Whalen came up to give the bantams a hand, and earned an assist.

Beverly #2 had the week off, due to a tournament commitment.

Beverly Bandits #1 followed up their win with two games last weekend, and managed to hold onto their 11-0 record.

On Saturday, the Bandits faced off against the first-place St. George team. Beverly's brick wall defence of Tanner Gariepy, Josh Lassaline and Jordan Jones held back the St. George offence to secure the fourth shutout of the season for goalie Jules Vegh. Owen Whalen and Lucas Coles netted one apiece for the Bandits, while Lucas Stafford got the hat trick in the Bandits' 5-0 win.

On Sunday, the Bandits hosted Ayr #2 in what ended up being a battle between the two teams' defensive lines. Ian Searles was good for two goals, Stafford netted another two and Vegh hit the net once in another 5-0 shutout for Beverly. Powerhouse tyke player Ryan Whalen helped propel the Bandits' success, adding assists on two goals in previous games.

The Bandit #2 team played strong on Saturday, walking away with a 1-1 tie. Goalkeeper Paige Corbett was tough in net to keep the game even.

-Submitted by Patty Stafford