South Grenville Ranger Report
South Grenville Rangers hockey report
November 6 resulted in a road victory for the Novice B team #2 as they played in Smiths Falls and went home with a 4-2 win. A very solid effort was contributed by all of the South Grenville players right up to the final buzzer. Four Goals were scored by #7 Schylar Schapelhouman and two assists from #10 Shayden Schapelhouman.
A win for Novice C #2, also on November 6, against North Dundas. The final score was 3-0 for the Rangers. Gavin Longtin with a shutout and goals scored by #2 Macy Prosser, #9 Haiden Bernier-Aimer and #14 Michael Worden. Assists by #4 Parker Dake. Thursday, November 3, C#2 played North Dundas in Chesterville in an exciting game that saw a final score of 5-2 for the Rangers. Hat trick by Parker Dake,
one goal and an assist by Michael Worden, one goal by Macy Prosser and an assist by Owen Cook. Friday was a tough loss to Leeds at home in Spencerville with a final score of 5-0 despite a great performance from goalie Gavin Longtin.
Another win for Novice B team #2 on November 2 in Spencerville, against North Dundas. Both teams played hard, and both goalies played well despite the lopsided final score of 6-0 for the Rangers. Ronan Sloan with a shut-out and two goals scored by #15 Keelan Held, one goal by Ethan Kirkby #11 and three goals by #7 Schylar Schapelhouman. Assists by #14 David Sinclair, #16 Lane Hutt and two assists by Schylar Schapelhouman
At the Peewee C House #1 game on Saturday, October 29, the Rangers won 11-2 against Brockville 1. The team was lead by a first-time hat trick from Sam Spencer. Other South Grenville goals were scored by Hayden Wood, Charlie Swan, Xavier Carson and (affiliate) Aiden Hosick. Assists provided by Brandon Adams, Charlie Swan, Hayden Wood and Xavier Carson.
South Grenville Peewee B House played a great tournament in Pembroke this past weekend. It was a great team-building weekend. Their weekend record of two wins and one loss was not quite enough to move them on in the tournament. Ranger MVPs were Gus Curry, Kristian Gibbs and Owen Gallagher.