Flamborough Sabres tyke selects blast into playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Gator Ted's/ Thomson Metal Tyke Select Sabres have been busy since December's tournament wins in Milton.

They tied St. Catharines 3-3 in an early January game with winger Jamie Stanton coming up big with two goals, one assisted by Stephanie Glenney and the other by Hunter Bosch. Nick Boehmer scored on a pass from the face-off-winning Ben Harrison, to tie it up.

After being shutout and handed a frustrating loss against Burlington, the Tykes were determined to win big in their next outing against St. Catharines. They accomplished this with a 6-1 win, which saw Logan McCarles skate away with a hat trick, assisted by Harrison and Shayne Scullion. Logan Rosa netted two goals with help from Will Kline, Harrison and Zack MacLellan. Hunter Bosch fed a beautiful pass to Nick Boehmer, who hammered one past the St. Catharines goalie.

Goaltender Dylan Dukeshire put on an outstanding performance and was a few minutes short of claiming a shutout.

The Tykes next took on Guelph and despite goals from Stanton and Rosa with assists from Kline and Scullion, lost the contest 4-2.

The kids wanted to get a little more aggressive on the ice and that's exactly what they did in their next game against Oakville. But with the aggressiveness came a string of penalties and despite some outstanding penalty killing by Mitchell Mingay, Hunter O'Dell and Mathew Oosterveld, along with a goal by Shane Hanley, they took a 6-1 loss.

The Tykes blasted into the playoffs with a first round 3-2 win against Milton last Friday night at the Tonelli Arena. Stanton came up big with two goals, one of which was unassisted in the first period.

Harrison, at centre, put the tykes ahead in the second and Milton answered right back with a goal of their own. The hard-pushing Oosterveld, Evan Jeffrey and Shane Hanley kept the Milton crowd on the edge of their seats until Stanton's second goal in the third, the game winner, on a beautiful pass from Kline.

The Tykes seem to have found the right balance through a mix of offensive, defensive and physical play that they will be sure to bring to the ice for next week's playoff game against Dundas.

-Submitted by Laura and Trevor Scullion

Flamborough Sabres tyke selects blast into playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Gator Ted's/ Thomson Metal Tyke Select Sabres have been busy since December's tournament wins in Milton.

They tied St. Catharines 3-3 in an early January game with winger Jamie Stanton coming up big with two goals, one assisted by Stephanie Glenney and the other by Hunter Bosch. Nick Boehmer scored on a pass from the face-off-winning Ben Harrison, to tie it up.

After being shutout and handed a frustrating loss against Burlington, the Tykes were determined to win big in their next outing against St. Catharines. They accomplished this with a 6-1 win, which saw Logan McCarles skate away with a hat trick, assisted by Harrison and Shayne Scullion. Logan Rosa netted two goals with help from Will Kline, Harrison and Zack MacLellan. Hunter Bosch fed a beautiful pass to Nick Boehmer, who hammered one past the St. Catharines goalie.

Goaltender Dylan Dukeshire put on an outstanding performance and was a few minutes short of claiming a shutout.

The Tykes next took on Guelph and despite goals from Stanton and Rosa with assists from Kline and Scullion, lost the contest 4-2.

The kids wanted to get a little more aggressive on the ice and that's exactly what they did in their next game against Oakville. But with the aggressiveness came a string of penalties and despite some outstanding penalty killing by Mitchell Mingay, Hunter O'Dell and Mathew Oosterveld, along with a goal by Shane Hanley, they took a 6-1 loss.

The Tykes blasted into the playoffs with a first round 3-2 win against Milton last Friday night at the Tonelli Arena. Stanton came up big with two goals, one of which was unassisted in the first period.

Harrison, at centre, put the tykes ahead in the second and Milton answered right back with a goal of their own. The hard-pushing Oosterveld, Evan Jeffrey and Shane Hanley kept the Milton crowd on the edge of their seats until Stanton's second goal in the third, the game winner, on a beautiful pass from Kline.

The Tykes seem to have found the right balance through a mix of offensive, defensive and physical play that they will be sure to bring to the ice for next week's playoff game against Dundas.

-Submitted by Laura and Trevor Scullion

Flamborough Sabres tyke selects blast into playoffs

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Gator Ted's/ Thomson Metal Tyke Select Sabres have been busy since December's tournament wins in Milton.

They tied St. Catharines 3-3 in an early January game with winger Jamie Stanton coming up big with two goals, one assisted by Stephanie Glenney and the other by Hunter Bosch. Nick Boehmer scored on a pass from the face-off-winning Ben Harrison, to tie it up.

After being shutout and handed a frustrating loss against Burlington, the Tykes were determined to win big in their next outing against St. Catharines. They accomplished this with a 6-1 win, which saw Logan McCarles skate away with a hat trick, assisted by Harrison and Shayne Scullion. Logan Rosa netted two goals with help from Will Kline, Harrison and Zack MacLellan. Hunter Bosch fed a beautiful pass to Nick Boehmer, who hammered one past the St. Catharines goalie.

Goaltender Dylan Dukeshire put on an outstanding performance and was a few minutes short of claiming a shutout.

The Tykes next took on Guelph and despite goals from Stanton and Rosa with assists from Kline and Scullion, lost the contest 4-2.

The kids wanted to get a little more aggressive on the ice and that's exactly what they did in their next game against Oakville. But with the aggressiveness came a string of penalties and despite some outstanding penalty killing by Mitchell Mingay, Hunter O'Dell and Mathew Oosterveld, along with a goal by Shane Hanley, they took a 6-1 loss.

The Tykes blasted into the playoffs with a first round 3-2 win against Milton last Friday night at the Tonelli Arena. Stanton came up big with two goals, one of which was unassisted in the first period.

Harrison, at centre, put the tykes ahead in the second and Milton answered right back with a goal of their own. The hard-pushing Oosterveld, Evan Jeffrey and Shane Hanley kept the Milton crowd on the edge of their seats until Stanton's second goal in the third, the game winner, on a beautiful pass from Kline.

The Tykes seem to have found the right balance through a mix of offensive, defensive and physical play that they will be sure to bring to the ice for next week's playoff game against Dundas.

-Submitted by Laura and Trevor Scullion